Two years after coming out as transgender, a police officer loses her job and alleges discrimination.
In what she hopes will bring an end to a seven-year legal struggle, one Pennsylvania trans woman looks to put a history of discrimination behind her.
As we celebrate the president's announcement of a nondiscrimination order, let's be realistic too.
Orrin Hatch says a presidential executive order banning anti-LGBT discrimination should let religiously affiliated employers opt out.
The City Commission approved the LGBT-inclusive measure unanimously.
In February, Labor Secretary Tom Perez announced that the department would begin reviewing 2012's Macy v. Holder case, determining how best to integrate that decision into department policy.
Meanwhile, ExxonMobil's refusal to enact nondiscrimination protections demonstrates the need for a presidential order banning anti-LGBT discrimination by federal contractors, say the authors of a new report on workplace bias.
The city council of Topeka, Kansas, passed an 'equality package' to extend employment nondiscrimination protections to transgender individuals and those in domestic partnerships.
While the federal government no longer discriminates against gay workers, it once went to great lengths to rid itself of them -- and a group is gathering historical materials related to that effort.