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Congress is set to hold its first-ever forum on anti-transgender violence next week in response to the 'epidemic of violence' against transgender people.

The LGBT community was shocked when Houston voted against Proposition 1, or the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, which bans sexual and gender discrimination.

The downside of the SC ruling in favor of same-sex marriage last June is that domestic partner benefits in the US gov't are slowly being recalled.

More than $1 million in federal grants will provide critical resources to the Ali Forney Center, which works with homeless LGBTQ youth in New York City.

Governor Jerry Brown backs a bill prohibiting state agencies to work with companies that don't offer transgender employees equal health care coverage.

Hillary Clinton has completely come around with a list of 10 promises she'll hold herself to the LGBT community in the upcoming US presidential elections.

Federal officials have allocated $41 million to address the processing of 70,000 rape kit backlog all over the US at the urging of Senator Tammy Baldwin.

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is the fifth federal appeals court to hear arguments on same-sex couples’ marriage rights this year.The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals appeared poised to strike down bans on same-sex

67% of Republican voters would be happy to vote for an openly gay candidate but most still wouldn’t want to find out someone in their family was gay, according to new polling New polling by researchers at

CINCINNATI — The broadest attack yet on states' gay marriage bans will be Wednesday in a packed courtroom in downtown Cincinnati, where lawyers challenging four states' prohibitions will stand shoulder to shoulder in hopes of