Nikki Haley finally addressed the gay murders and torture in Chechnya, and while the U.N. ambassador's statement is more than we got from Trump or Tillerson, it feels too little, too late.

April 19 2017 5:39 AM

The president is a foe of equality, the paper of record writes plainly.

April 17 2017 5:43 PM

Tamara Adrián is fighting to improve the lives of Venezuela's severely beleagured citizens. Through all this, she's changing the nation's views on sexual and gender minorities.

April 13 2017 5:32 AM

Bentley quit Monday night as Alabama's legislature was preparing to impeach him amid allegations that he misused state resources to cover up an affair with a former staffer, according to CNN.

April 10 2017 7:47 PM

Alexander Pechtold and Wouter Koolmees were seen holding hands outside the Dutch parliament in a show of solidarity after a gay couple was beaten while walking hand-in-hand on Sunday.

April 05 2017 3:20 PM

The California politician may be Trump's most vocal critic in Congress, but fearlessness has long been a trait of this trailblazer.

March 31 2017 4:11 PM

The president can bully and bluster with executive orders, but his effects on the judicial branch will be even more far-reaching and long-lasting.

March 30 2017 5:20 AM