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Andrew and Elad Dvash-Banks filed suit because the government refuses to recognize the American citizenship of one of their children.
Dana thanks the black women of Alabama who kept a bigot from the Senate. Also, comedian Sampson McCormick talks about performing in front of the KKK.
During the Billboard's Women in Music Awards red carpet, we caught up with John Legend's manager, Ty Stiklorious, and asked why we haven't seen more women running the music business.
Following the first hearing of oral arguments at the Supreme Court, David Mullen and partner Charlie Craig explain why this case is not just about dessert.
Here's what Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, had to say after the conclusion of today's oral arguments.
The most significant gay rights case in two years was heard on Tuesday morning by the Supreme Court.
As a part of her Point Foundation Community Service Project, University of Souther California student and 2017 Point Scholar Kerri Cecil organized a memorial honoring the 2,609 trans people murdered since 2008.
Two separate groups joined forces and marched through the streets of Hollywood in response to the flood of sexual assault allegations in the workplace.
With the marriage equality postal survey now over in Australia, more than 30 Australian filmmakers and actors have been collaborating internationally over the past month on the I Do Project.
Comedian Dana Goldberg is sick and tired of the "thoughts and prayers" sentiment. Aren't you?
Trans actress Alexandra Billings (Transparent) believes that the trans community is afraid of "muddying the waters" when it comes to joining the #MeToo conversation.
Before the Senate votes between four judicial nominees who hold very problematic views, Democratic Party Leader Patty Murray fights back against the conservative tide.