Indiana lawmakers will be doing some homework before returning to the state capitol next year, but LGBT-inclusive antidiscrimination law isn't one of the assigned subjects.
One of Alabama's most famous gay natives, Apple CEO Tim Cook, had urged the state to adopt such protections, but the bill is moved to the trash for now.
The Republican governor of North Carolina says he will not sign a partisan bill to give magistrates and clerks the right to refuse to perform same sex marriages or issue marriage licenses to gays and lesbians.
This represents 'the biggest leftward shift' on any of the 19 issues covered in Gallup's Values and Beliefs Survey.
He hasn't held office since 2006, but George Pataki says he's ready to be the next president of the United States.
The activist is ecstatic that Laramie — the city where her son was fatally attacked — finally moved to protect its LGBT citizens, but laments inaction in other parts of Wyoming and the nation.
Sgt. Shane Ortega tells The Advocate how he's been able to serve for years in the U.S. Army as an openly transgender man and about the pressure he faces now that the world knows who he is.
Sharif will apparently do some damage control for Ian Reisner and Mati Weiderpass, who've been denounced for holding an event for antigay pol Ted Cruz.