The state of New York has become the sixth in the US to ban the "gay panic defense" in murder cases that defendants use to justify attacks on LGBTQ victims.
The county of the Los Angeles jurisdiction will the first in the US to keep track of all violent deaths involving LGBTQ victims.
Taking one step further, the Trump administration has filed a brief with the Supreme Court arguing in favor of LGBTQ employment discrimination.
The Supreme Court is set to take up the cases of LGBTQ workplace rights and whether the federal civil rights law protects the LGBTQ community.
A US federal appeals court ruled in favor of Marsha Wetzel, who sued a senior living center for not protecting her against harassment from other tenants.
Sixteen states want the Supreme Court to overturn a lower court decision that says workplace anti-discrimination laws cover transgender workers as well.
Labeled as an anti-LGBT hate group, the Alliance Defending Freedom is the main force that's trying to roll back LGBT rights through the courts.
A federal court has ruled that a religious agency can't take taxpayer funds while stopping LGBT foster parents from adopting children.
President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for the US Supreme Court bodes major trouble for the LGBT community given the judge's track record.
A recent ruling by the Supreme Court has sent labor unions in the country reeling-- and this has possible effects for LGBT workers.