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Justice Department wants SCOTUS to rule that Title VII doesn't protect trans workers from sex discrimination
DOJ repeats arguments that cake-baking is a form of protected First Amendment speech
LGBTQ groups call his confirmation "distressing," "deeply disturbing" and a "travesty"
The lawsuit marks a historic first for the Justice Department
Attorney General Eric Holder taps Ben Mizer to be the next head of the Justice Department’s Civil Division
President Barack Obama’s nominee for attorney general fielded questions on same-sex marriage and polygamy during her confirmation hearing Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Attorney General Eric Holder determines Title VII's prohibition of sex discrimination encompasses discrimination based on gender identity.
Federal law enforcement agencies will be prohibited from profiling on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in most cases under new guidance issued...
Attorney General Eric Holder announced Friday that marriages taking place in states impacted by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision not hear several cases challenging same-sex...
Departing Attorney General says LGBT equality "civil rights issue of our day"
When Eric Holder steps down as attorney general after nearly six years as the nation’s top lawyer, he will leave behind a legacy on LGBT-rights...
Attorney General Eric Holder announced the completion of the administration’s implementation of last year’s U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down Section 3 of the Defense...
Holder calls Boy Scouts' gay ban a "relic of an age of prejudice"
Attorney General Eric Holder announced Friday that the Obama administration will recognize the more than 300 same-sex couples legally married in Michigan before the intervention...
The Obama administration will file a brief in the Proposition 8 case before the Supreme Court, NBC News reported Thursday afternoon. “Administration officials say the...