One of Minnesota's most well known politicians, former vice president Walter Mondale, is organizing a campaign to defeat the ban on same-sex marriage put on his state's ballot.
Two women charged with homosexuality in the west central African nation of Cameroon are scheduled to go on trial Thursday, according to reports from advocacy groups. They are represented by civil rights attorney Alice Nkom (pictured).
As Santorum wins in Mississippi and Alabama, exit polls show born-again and evangelical Christians continue to thwart Mitt Romney while helping his opponents.
Meryl Streep, Johnny Depp, and Justin Bieber are among the latest notable figures who have joined the effort to help get the R rating of the documentary Bully changed.
A young transgender woman has filed a lawsuit alleging she was harassed and discriminated against by police officers in Cicero, Ill., a suburb of Chicago.
Julian Fellowes, an Emmy and Golden Globe winner for TV's Downton Abbey, will write the screenplay for the much-discussed remake of Gypsy starring Barbra Streisand as Mama Rose.
Tennessee Republican governor Bill Haslam wishes the "don't say gay" bill would just go away, even though it's proposed by members of his own party.
A growing number of LGBT public servants have scaled political ladders in Latin America to hold high-profile offices.