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Executive orders seek to reverse some of the Trump administration's more controversial policy decisions
Judge's order will prevent DHS from imposing higher burden of proof on refugees while courts hear challenge to rule
On Tuesday evening, Rev. Raphael Warnock, the pastor of the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, was declared the winner of the seat currently filled by Republican...
A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction blocking the Trump administration from implementing and enforcing an executive order prohibiting federal contractors and grantees from...
New rule would radically overhaul immigration system by creating narrow criteria for asylum eligibility
Court finds Ohio's policy, which was made more restrictive in 2016, "does not pass constitutional muster"
Critics say rule's stricter standards would result in more LGBTQ asylum seekers being turned away
Class-action lawsuit claims insurance exclusions denying transition-related care are discriminatory and unconstitutional
Trump executive order calls bias training "divisive" and dismisses it as "race and sex scapegoating"
Following Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, LGBTQ advocates are looking down the road at the possibility that a 6-3 conservative majority...
Conservative jurist's confirmation creates a 6-3 conservative majority that critics say could threaten LGBTQ rights
Amy Coney Barrett calls sexual orientation a "preference" during hearing, but later apologizes for it.
Social conservatives celebrate the prospect of Amy Coney Barrett succeeding liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court
A federal judge has ruled that the U.S. Social Security Administration’s categorical denial of survivor’s benefits to surviving same-sex partners who were barred from marrying...
Trump expressed hope that if he wins re-election, he could appoint up to 4 justices to the bench over the next four years