For the first time, gay and lesbian soldiers were able to attend the Commander-in-Chief's Inaugural Ball with their same-sex partners.
An anonymous group is urging senators to reject Chuck Hagel's nomination for secretary of Defense because, the group says, he is antigay, among other things.
The latest chapter in Ashley Broadway's ongoing effort to join a spouses' club at Fort Bragg finds her declining an offer of a 'special guest membership.'
In the wake of controversy surrounding the exclusion of a lesbian wife from an officers spouses' club, LGBT advocates are ramping up pressure on the Pentagon to revise guidelines across the military to prohibit discrimination against LGBT service members and their families.
A transgender woman who went AWOL from the Marines 31 years ago will be issued a discharge with honorable conditions from the military.
Hagel commits to upholding benefits under "current law" and for "the families of all our service members," but LGBT families lack a laundry list of benefits.
The former ambassador to Luxembourg went on the radio to back the Defense nominee's confirmation.
In response to a recent controversy in which a lesbian wife of an army lieutenant colonel was denied membership to a spouses club, the Marine Corps issued new guidelines mandating that all spousal support clubs operating on Marine bases be LGBT-inclusive.
Military judge Denise Lind has ruled that Army private Bradley Manning was treated unlawfully before his trial, awarding him 112 days of credit toward his sentence if he is convicted.
With the new possibility that Barney Frank could join the U.S. Senate, his opinion on whether Chuck Hagel should be confirmed get renewed attention — and a revision.