Two grocery employees claim they were fired for refusing to wear aprons adorned with what they say was an LGBTQ+ symbol.
Trevone Miller, 18, is charged with capital murder, which carries a sentence of either the death penalty or life in prison without parole.
The new documentary explores the town of Eureka Springs, Ark., that is home to a vibrant LGBTQ community and to evangelical Christians.
The city can't enforce its law while its case against the state's ban on such protections proceeds, the Arkansas Supreme Court rules.
Deb Cuny lived in one of the 35 states that have not yet banned "conversion therapy." She shares her amazing story with The Advocate.
Lupe Valdez's win in the Democratic primary runoff was one of several significant LGBT victories Tuesday.
The new law, Act 911, requires schools to display donated posters with the Arkansas flag and the motto "In God We Trust."