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The Department of Justice has weighed in on two lawsuits challenging anti-transgender laws, saying it believes the laws are unconstitutional.
The U.S. State Department has changed its policy to grant automatic U.S. citizenship to children born abroad to married same-sex couples.
A coalition of 16 LGBTQ organizations has launched the Freedom and Opportunity for All campaign urging passage of the Equality Act
Sweeping LGBTQ rights legislation is expected to pass the House easily, but faces an uncertain fate in U.S. Senate
HUD promises various actions to combat anti-LGBTQ discrimination in housing.
Tennis star says she wants to ensure a "level playing field" for cis women while allowing for trans participation
Law professor Suzanne Goldberg, a veteran of Lambda Legal, has a history of fighting for LGBTQ civil rights
President Joe Biden has repealed the Trump administration's ban prohibiting most transgender people from serving in the U.S. military.
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