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Congressional Hopeful Jirair Ratevosian on Armenia, LGBTQ+ Rights, and the American Dream

The out candidate in California's 30th Congressional District talks about a crisis in his ancestral land and what he hopes to do in the U.S. House.

Laphonza Butler Won't Run for California U.S. Senate Seat

Butler, the first Black lesbian in the Senate, is serving the remainder of Dianne Feinstein's term, but she won't run for a full term in 2024.

What Is EMILY's List, the Group Sen. Laphonza Butler Led?

The group Butler ran supports pro-choice Democratic women, including LGBTQ+ ones, running for public office.

Laphonza Butler Sworn in as First Black Lesbian U.S. Senator

Vice President Kamala Harris swore Butler in on Tuesday.

Who Is Laphonza Butler, California's New, History-Making U.S. Senator?

Butler, a Black lesbian, has a long record of history-making activism.

George Santos Really Wants You to Meet His Husband

He name-dropped his husband in solemn tribute to late Sen. Feinstein, inciting a blend of humor and confusion across social media.

Gavin Newsom Chooses Queer Democratic Activist Laphonza Butler to Fill Dianne Feinstein’s Senate Seat

Laphonza Butler makes history as the first out person of color in the Senate.

Dianne Feinstein: An LGBTQ+ Rights Champion

Feinstein was slow to embrace marriage equality but eventually did, and she supported the community in other ways.

From AIDS to Assassinations, Sen. Feinstein Was Always There for Us

David Mixner, Dianne Feinstein's friend and colleague for over 40 years, shares thoughts about her strength of character.

Dianne Feinstein Remembered by Political Leaders as a 'Titan' in the U.S. Senate

The nation mourns a trailblazer in politics, advocate for women’s rights, and champion for LGBTQ+ equality.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Trailblazing LGBTQ+ Rights Advocate, Dies at 90

Feinstein leaves legacy of championing women’s and LGBTQ+ rights.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein's LGBTQ+ Record: Positive With Some Exceptions

Feinstein announced Tuesday that she won't seek reelection. Here'a a look at her record in San Francisco and the Senate.