Issuing an executive order banning LGBT workplace discrimination was a critical step. Enforcing it will make history.
A California man sues the pizza chain for failing to provide benefits for employees' same-sex spouses.
A Minnesota hunting club that had refused to host a same-sex wedding will now foot the bill for the festivities.
The owners of Redline, a gay bar debuting in downtown Los Angeles this fall, explain why they're opening their business outside the gayborhood.
The Networkers: One activist uses the Internet to bring LGBT history to the masses.
The Networkers: Erica Anderson links up with the biggest names in the news business to get information to readers faster than ever before.
The Networkers: Calvin Stowell, the director of digital and content at Do Something, knows how to use social media to make the world a better place.
A Utah journalist-activist is calling on Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to retract support for the state's attorney general and make a donation to his opponent.
The Cake Pros bakery in Schuylkill Haven, Pa., refused to bake a cake for a local lesbian couple who wanted to celebrate the renewal of their wedding vows.
Locals are accusing the oldest gay bar in Brighton, England of advertising a discriminatory ban against straight patrons.
The number of bar raids in America may have subsided, but LGBTs in Africa, Russia, the Mideast, to name a few, still face antigay laws that subject them to police hostility and brutality.