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Advocates: Dropping HB 2 lawsuit shows Trump administration "continues to abandon transgender Americans"
A member of the Latin Kings street gang made history last week when he became the first person to plead guilty to a federal hate...
"H.B. 2 is causing irreparable stigmatic, psychological, economic, social, and physical harm to transgender people."
Two weeks after Orlando, the LGBT community is finding its focus, politicians are returning to normal, and the investigation into Omar Mateen deepens
Attorney General meets with victims' relatives and prosecutors in Orlando while investigation into shooting continues
Congressional Caucus releases video in observation of International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia
The Obama administration has taken its firmest stance in favor of transgender rights after the U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against the state...
Lawsuit comes decision day for Tar Heel State to announce whether they'll continue to defend HB 2
The Department of Justice on Monday announced new guidance that is designed to help law enforcement agencies avoid gender bias when responding to sexual assault or...
The U.S. Senate on Thursday confirmed Loretta Lynch, the former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, to become the nation’s first African-American...
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.