The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that California's law banning so-called ex-gay therapy cannot take effect until the court has heard further arguments on the merits of the ban.
The court tells same-sex couples who brought the case to identify specific laws that discriminate.
D.C. prosecutors dropped charges stemming from the 2011 environmental protest, but a federal case involving Choi's 'don't ask, don't tell' protest remains pending.
Following Monday's ruling that exempted three therapists from adhering to California's ban on "ex-gay" therapy for minors, another judge rejected another case to stop the law from going into effect.
Is Army private Bradley Manning, currently awaiting court martial for leaking government information, considering running for office?
U.S. District Court Judge William Shubb ruled for the First Amendment rights of “reparative” therapy practitioners and questioned evidence that the practice harms young people.
The Southern Poverty Law Center accuses a New Jersey 'conversion therapy' practice of fraud and deception.
If confirmed by the Senate, Judge Nitza I. Quiñones Alejandro would be the first out gay Hispanic woman to serve on the federal bench.
The gay police officer performed the work while on convalescent leave, a violation of department policy; he says it was unpaid and he's being unjustly singled out.