The White House quietly announced new policy that will ban most transgender people from serving in the military
Defense Secretary Mattis is slated to submit recommendations on allowing transgender individuals to serve
Amici states argue that a ban on transgender service members is discriminatory and unconstitutional
At least eight transgender people have filled out the paperwork to become part of the U.S. Air Force since the Pentagon issued guidance earlier this...
Last Friday, a federal judge in California issued a fourth preliminary injunction preventing the Trump administration from implementing its plans to ban all transgender individuals...
Last week, a federal circuit court rejected the Trump administration’s request to stay an order from a federal judge that opened the door for out...
Judge Marsha Pechman finds transgender service members likely to succeed in proving Trump's actions unlawful
Military experts: Claims that Armed Forces aren't ready to accept transgender recruits aren't believable
Judge Marvin Garbis says administration cannot deny gender confirmation surgery for transgender troops
Under interim guidance, transgender soldiers are still entitled to the same health benefits as their cisgender peers
Sterling Crutcher is just one of thousands of service members who could lose out if transgender ban takes effect
On Thursday, a federal judge in Baltimore heard arguments in a third of four lawsuits challenging the Trump administration’s policy of banning transgender military members...
More than 100 members of Congress have written a letter to U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis asking him to provide copies of communications between...
Government argues that plaintiffs can't claim they've suffered injury when ban hasn't been finalized yet
New guidance released last week by the Pentagon will allow currently serving transgender service members to re-enlist in the next several months until the Department...