Wednesday's stay issued by the Supreme Court means that Gavin Grimm, a transgender high school student in Virginia, cannot use the boys' bathroom at school.
Gavin Grimm won't be allowed to use the men's room when he returns to school, because Justice Stephen Breyer sided with conservative justices in the decision.
The commonwealth's LGBT organization wants you to know something about its hometown guy who may just be the next vice president of the United States.
The U.S. senator from Virginia accepted the nomination of the Democratic Party to be Hillary Clinton's running mate, and mocked her opponent's oft-repeated line, "believe me."
A Virginia school board must let a trans student use the boys' restroom, even as the district appeals the issue to the nation's highest court.
Activists rallied Wednesday for repeal, while the Charlotte public schools make a trans-inclusive move.
Not a single judge in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals wanted to reconsider a ruling that declared 16-year-old Gavin Grimm should be allowed to use the boys' bathroom at his Virginia high school.