WATCH: Texas Airline Crowd Tackles Antigay Attacker

WATCH: Texas Airline Crowd Tackles Antigay Attacker

Good Samaritans, including an unidentified cowboy, helped avert disaster at a Dallas Airport.

NY Court May Reinstate Hate Crime Conviction for Trans Woman's Killer

N.Y. Court May Reinstate Hate Crime Conviction for Trans Woman's Killer

Found guilty of a hate crime in the first-degree manslaughter of Lateisha Green, Dwight DeLee was set free on a technicality. But advocates hope to see the decision overturned.

U.S. Marine Charged with Murder of Trans Filipina Woman

U.S. Marine Charged with Murder of Trans Filipina Woman

Despite protests from Philippine LGBT rights groups, the American Marine suspected of killing Jennifer Laude Sueselbeck has remained in U.S. custody and now officially faces murder changes.

Trans Woman Severely Beaten Among Rash of Brooklyn, N.Y. Hate Crimes

Trans Woman Beaten Among Rash of Brooklyn Hate Crimes

A Bushwick trans woman clings to life after a brutal beating, following several other Brooklyn-based attacks in which perpetrators were yelling anti-LGBT slurs.

LAPD Offers $50K Reward for Leads in L.A. Trans Woman's Murder

LAPD Offers $50K Reward for Leads in L.A. Trans Woman's Murder

Authorities are offering $50,000 for information leading to the arrest of as many as three men suspected of killing Aniya Parker in an early morning robbery this month in East Hollywood.

Suspect Arrested in Murder of Calif. Trans Activist
October 09 2014 3:19 PM ET

Suspect Arrested in Murder of Calif. Trans Woman

Anaheim police have a suspect in custody in connection with the death of Zoraida Reyes, a transgender and immigrant activist found dead in June in Southern California.

Murdered L.A. Trans Woman Identified

Murdered L.A. Trans Woman Identified

47-year-old Aniya Parker died early Thursday morning after being confronted by a group of men in East Hollywood.

Police Release Video of Suspect in NYC Antigay Hate Crime

Police Release Video of Suspect in NYC Antigay Hate Crime

On September 14, two men became the target of antigay slurs and physical violence while walking through Midtown Manhattan.

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