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
The U.S. Supreme Court has granted Solicitor General Noel Francisco extra time to weigh in on a discrimination lawsuit brought by a transgender woman against...
8 separate requests filed as Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley announces push to confirm Supreme Court nominee
Just as it did with a case out of Washington, D.C. challenging President Trump’s ban on transgender military members, the U.S. Department of Justice has...
Two pro-LGBTQ legal organizations have filed an amended complaint on behalf of a mother suing a San Diego children’s hospital for discriminating against her transgender...
AG argues that Colorado's nondiscrimination law infringes on a baker's right to practice his religion
Justice Department and HHS want to allow employers to refuse to provide insurance coverage for contraception
The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee approved the nomination of Eric Dreiband, a controversial Trump nominee whose nomination has rankled LGBTQ and civil rights advocates, to...
Government argues that plaintiffs can't claim they've suffered injury when ban hasn't been finalized yet
Courts have previously found that Title VII does protect discrimination based on gender identity and sex stereotyping
Letter to U.S. senators warns that Eric Dreiband's record on civil rights is antithetical to the post he's seeking