Carla Salazar's murder was a mystery for 25 years, until advances in forensics finally led police to a suspect — the first arrest by a new task force focusing on cold cases.
Brangelina's oldest biological child prefers suits to dresses, and wants to be called John. And the famous couple is totally cool with it.
A teacher reminds his fellow educators: We're here to develop empathetic citizens. So why continue to bar trans students from their gender-affirming bathrooms?
The attorney general says the Civil Rights Act of 1964 covers discrimination based on gender identity.
The "world's first transversal magazine" broke ground by featuring 14 leading trans activists on the cover to commemorate the publication's fifth anniversary.
The good news keeps coming for New York's trans citizens seeking healthcare related to gender transition, even as advocates say some work still needs to be done.
Issue #15 of the quarterly focused on trans men features a self-portrait by Toronto artist Wynne Neilly
A Wisconsin school district has adopted a trans-inclusive athletics policy this week — before any trans students came forward to request the change.
In overturning a decision that medically necessary gender-confirmation surgery should be provided to a transgender inmate, advocates worry the court has created a harmful precedent.
Keymori Shatoya Johnson was shot to death two weeks ago, but local police and media have been reluctant to publicly identify her as a trans woman and possibly consider her murder a hate crime.
There's still time for President Obama to shake the hand of the first openly transgender U.S. service member. Here's how the outgoing Secretary of Defense can make that a reality.