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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 Justice Department says it has an interest in ensuring trans inmates are not sexually assaulted and receive gender-affirming health care.
A Louisiana man faces federal charges for attempting to kill and dismember a man he met on Grindr, and allegedly kidnapping two other men.
A California woman threatened "terrorism" against D.C.'s Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School for publishing same-sex wedding announcements.
Critics say rule's stricter standards would result in more LGBTQ asylum seekers being turned away
Justice Department files amicus brief in support of Indianapolis Archdiocese in response to Joshua Payne-Elliott's lawsuit
California AG Xavier Becerra calls birth certificate and transgender athlete bills "plain and simple discrimination"
Attorney General William Barr says allowing trans athletes to compete in women's sports is "fundamentally unfair to female athletes"
Suspects face federal carjacking and weapons charges in relation to the women's murders
DOJ has sided with a trio of cisgender girls suing to stop trans females from competing in women's sports
Department of Justice argues information sought by a BuzzFeed FOIA request is "exempt from disclosure"
Department of Justice tries to circumvent lower courts in an effort to expel transgender service members
Policy change was prompted by a lawsuit claiming female inmates are "threatened" by the mere presence of transgender women
ACLU says court should allow decision finding a funeral home director unlawfully fired a trans employee to stand
Senate Republicans have filed for cloture, or to end debate, on nomination of Eric Dreiband