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Sean Spicer's 'Alternative Facts' Are No Match for the Truth

Donald Trump's press secretary is gaslighting America, but his lies don't hold a candle to the power of protest evidenced by the historic Women's March.

I Have a Nightmare

Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of freedom in America for "all of God's children" is being defiled by the president-elect and his bigoted Cabinet picks.

Why I'm Proud to Be a Hollywood 'Sissy'

Sorry, Bristol Palin. The choice by entertainers not to perform at the inauguration is nothing if not courageous.

Donald Trump Hijacked My Holidays

A black gay man reflects on how racism and homophobia prevented him from going home to North Carolina for Christmas.

WATCH: Janet Mock Flips the Script on Cisgender Host

Turning the tables on Fusion's Alicia Menendez, trans author and activist Janet Mock assumed the role of interviewer to demonstrate the invasive and inappropriate questions trans women regularly face in the media.

NBA's Jason Collins Makes Time's 'Most Influential' List

Gay NBA player Jason Collins was named one of the "most influential" people in the world by Time, nabbing an inside cover of the magazine.

WATCH: Maddow Takes on 'Confusion' Over LGBT Issues

On her MSNBC program, Rachel Maddow juxtaposed two opposing news stories -- Louisiana's rejection of a repeal of its antisodomy law versus a California Prop. 8 lawyer's 'evolution' on same-sex marriage.

WATCH: Anderson Cooper Chronicles Boston Bombing Survivor's Recovery

In The Survivor Diaries, which airs tonight at 10 Eastern on CNN, the out journalist shares the story of Adrianne Haslet-Davis, a young dancer who lost her leg in last year's bombing.

WATCH: Melissa Harris-Perry Slams Mississippi Gov. for Signing Discriminatory Bill

In an open letter castigating Mississippi's governor, MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry set the record straight about what the state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act means for LGBT Mississippians.

Bill Maher Claims 'Gay Mafia' Whacked Mozilla CEO

The HBO Real Time talk show host makes an awkward joke, referencing the 'gay mafia,' while discussing Brendan Eich's ouster. 

WATCH: Anderson Cooper on Alec Baldwin's Antigay Remarks

"I got no beef,"  said the CNN anchor appeared on The Howard Stern Show, regarding allegations that he remains hostile towardBaldwin.

Alec Baldwin Backs Barney Frank Biopic

Compared to What: The Improbably Journey of Barney Frank premieres April 27 at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Bryan Fischer Calls 'Modern Family' 'Poison'

In the past week, both the antigay pundit and the Modern Family actor have remarked on the cultural impact of the ABC show, though each had different terms for the effect.

Rachel Maddow Accuses New Jersey BridgeGate Report of 'Slut-Shaming'

The taxpayer-funded report, released yesterday, repeatedly references a sexual relationship between New Jersey governor Chris Christie's ex-campaign manager and his former deputy chief of staff.

Nate Silver Points Out NYT Writer's 'Change of Tone' on FiveThirtyEight

Since Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight landed at ESPN, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman has written more 'unfavorable' stories about the site and its founder, says Silver.

Mississippi News Anchor: 'Too Much' LGBT Coverage, Take a 'Gaycation'

David Elliott of WLOX in Biloxi says LGBT folks should 'go on gaycation' and stop dominating the news cycle.

Fox News Clings to Term 'Homosexual' in Covering LGBT Issues

Despite a shift to other terminology by most news outlets, Fox persists in its use of 'homosexual' when covering stories about gays and lesbians.

MSNBC's Jonathan Capehart Rips Billy Graham's Homophobic Son for Supporting Putin

On Melissa Harris-Perry, MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart reads an open letter to Franklin Graham, deeming his support of Vladimir Putin "breathtakingly offensive."

Nate Silver Steps Into First Controversy at New Site

Gay statistician and politics guru Nate Silver drew fire this week for hiring a polarizing science writer, Roger Pielke Jr., for Silver's newly launched website.

New York Times Lets Barilla Off the Hook for Antigay Remarks

An editorial slide show that ran in Sunday's New York Times declares, perhaps prematurely, that the LGBT boycott of Barilla pasta has ended.