President Obama met with representatives of LGBT and other human rights groups in Russia today, as protests of the nation's antigay laws continued.
The student advocacy group announced today it will be giving its Chairman's Award to Lionsgate Films, which is currently promoting the film adaptation of Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game.
The nation's seventh-largest city now protects LGBT people from discrimination in public accommodations, employment, and housing.
The G20 summit hosted in St. Petersburg, Russia today and tomorrow will become a platform for discussing Russia's so-called "gay propaganda" law.
Just a week after doubling down on a section of U.S. law that kept the military and Department of Defense from offering spousal benefits to veterans in same-sex marriages, the Department of Justice announced today it will stop enforcing Title 38.
Grant County, N.M., willingly joined the list of counties with marriage equality, while Los Alamos County was ordered to do so Wednesday morning.
State prisons and county jails can resume marriages for gay, lesbian, and bisexual inmates
A widower won the right to be named as his husband's spouse on his death certificate