For the first time in eight years, it looks like the White House won’t mark LGBTQ Pride Month with any events or a proclamation recognizing the month-long celebration.
The number of young people living on the streets of Los Angeles County has shot exponentially up since last year, according to new local figures.
An appeals court took a step towards affirming transgender rights on Tuesday with a preliminary injunction in favor of a transgender teenager’s right to use the school bathrooms that align with his gender identity.
A Russian government official on Tuesday dismissed reports that gay men are being rounded up and tortured in prison camps in Chechnya.
UC Berkeley has fired a professor more than a year after three students accused him of sexual harassment.
Taiwan’s highest court ruled in favor of allowing same-sex marriage on Wednesday, paving the way for the country to become the first in Asia to legalize marriage equality.
The imam of a Connecticut mosque was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in New Haven, Connecticut, last week and faces deportation over “fraud in his immigration documents,” according to ICE.
In November last year, 46-year-old Sherrell Faulkner was found with critical injuries next to a dumpster in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The city of New Orleans is tearing down another Confederate statue on Friday, after months of controversy and threats against the workers contracted to remove them.
Rene Lima-Marin, 38, was finally expecting to be released from prison on Wednesday after serving 12 years of a 98-year sentence for armed robbery.
The U.S. government is denying visas to gay men being persecuted by authorities in Chechnya, according to a Russian LGBTQ rights group trying to broker their escape from the region.
The family of a 7-year-old special needs student in Dallas says school staff and police used excessive force to restrain him and then allegedly sent him to a mental health facility for a week without his mother’s permission.
After nearly seven years in military prison, former Army intelligence officer Chelsea Manning was released on Wednesday after having her 35-year prison sentence commuted by President Obama in January.
In May 2015, Joshua Brandon Vallum, 29, lured his former girlfriend, Mercedes Williamson, 17, into his car. They drove from her home in Alabama to his father’s house in Ludedale, Mississippi. There, he used a stun gun before stabbing her and hitting her in the head with a hammer until she died.
As battles over other LGBTQ rights continue in courts around the country, Americans’ support for same-sex marriage has reached an all-time high, according to Gallup poll results released Monday.
As the Trump administration continues its efforts to prevent immigrants from crossing the Mexican border, a report released on Thursday by Doctors Without Borders serves as a stark reminder that many of those crossing the border are fleeing extreme violence and endure inhumane conditions before reaching the U.S.
While all eyes were on President Donald Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday evening, another disturbing incident was playing out in Charleston, West Virginia, where a local news reporter was arrested while trying to ask HHS Secretary Tom Price questions.
Four lesbian couples are suing the state of Tennessee over a bill signed into law last Thursday by Governor Bill Haslam that could be used to discriminate against same-sex couples.
On Thursday, Brenda Bostick succumbed to head injuries at Bellevue Hospital after it appeared that she had been struck in the head in the New York City neighborhood of Chelsea on April 25.
Cuatro estudiantes de Albany High School, una preparatoria en la área de la Bahía de San Francisco en California, están demandando a su distrito escolar tras ser suspendidos por publicar y darle like a contenido racista en la red social Instagram.