Obama writes in her book and elaborates to Ellen DeGeneres about how she and daughter Malia Obama celebrated national marriage equality outside the White House with the crowd.
GLAAD's Sarah Kate Ellis and Dustin Lance Black on the importance of Nielsen tracking LGBTQ households.
The longtime couple played by Jack Falahee and Conrad Ricamora will finally get hitched.
The racist attorney general, who locked children in cages, gets his just desserts, with a comedic send-off from Kate McKinnon.
The actress and activist apologized to Will & Grace fans because the network she works for aired an inflammatory, inaccurate, and racist ad.
McKinnon expertly impersonated Ingraham and lampooned Fox News Channel's alarmist coverage of the migrant caravan.
Fringe actress Jasika Nicole reflects on her time on the acclaimed sci-fi series, as well as why it's important for queer actors to play queer characters.