Edie Windsor 'Thrilled,' Honored by New York's Governor as Civil Rights Pioneer

Edie Windsor: 'I'm Absolutely Thrilled!'

The plaintiff in the landmark case that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act two years ago celebrated Friday at the Stonewall Inn.

Op-ed: Witness to Stonewall History, 46 Years Later

Op-ed: Witness to Stonewall History, 46 Years Later

Go inside the impassioned hearing that led to the protection of New York's historic Stonewall Inn.

Covering Stonewall: Journalism Before the Rainbow
June 26 2015 2:30 AM ET

Covering Stonewall: Journalism Before the Rainbow

The riots of June 28, 1969, not only gave birth to the movement for LGBT rights but empowered closeted journalists to come out and lead their own revolution.

WATCH: Blood Mirror Reflects FDA's Gay Blood Ban in 7-Foot Tower

WATCH: How 7 Feet of Gay Blood Became Political Art

Blood Mirror by Jordan Eagles is a 7-foot-tall sculpture designed as a protest to the FDA's discriminatory blood donation policy.

Don Lemon Slammed for Displaying N Word on TV, Asking 'Are You Offended?'

Controversy Dogs Don Lemon for Showing the N Word

Critics are attacking the controversial CNN anchorman for showing a word on TV most of us won't even say out loud and The Advocate shows here only in context.

Stonewall Inn Declared a NYC Landmark

Stonewall Inn Declared NYC Landmark

The officials who determine which New York City buildings are historic declared the Stonewall Inn a landmark following a public hearing.

On the Edge of Glory: The Vote to Make Stonewall Inn a Landmark

Stonewall Inn on the Verge of Becoming a Landmark

New York City's Landmarks Preservation Commission is expected to declare the Stonewall Inn a city landmark after public hearings this week.

WATCH: Lesbian Couple Confronts 'Sodomite Semen' Pastor

WATCH: Lesbians Confront 'Sodomite Semen' Pastor

Pastor James David Manning of ATLAH World Missionary Church in Harlem told the two married women they were possessed by demons.

St Patrick's Day Organizer: Gays Will 'Have a Problem' Joining Parade Next Year

Will St. Patrick's Day Parade Exclude Gay Groups Again?

John Dunleavy, chairman of New York's St. Patrick's Day parade, says he will try to keep LGBT orgs from participating in the 2016 march up Fifth Avenue.

Transgender Woman Pushed Onto NYC Subway Tracks
June 04 2015 12:59 PM ET

Hate Crime: Trans Woman Pushed Onto Subway Tracks

New York City Police are hunting for the deranged man who assaulted a transgender woman and pushed her off a subway platform.

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