by Laurel Raymond Nov 18, 2015
A new study delivers stark results.
by Alex Zielinski Oct 15, 2015
“It’s so hard to tell people what their experience will be in a doctor’s office, it can be all over the map."
by Bryce Covert Sep 18, 2015
"There is no protected class based solely on one's weight," the judge said.
by Emily Atkin Sep 16, 2015
Sen. Lindsey Graham took the question as an opportunity to rail against “young men from the mid-east.”
by Bryce Covert Aug 31, 2015
Previous policies that required employees to get permission to marry and simply fired those who got pregnant have been phased out, according to the company.
by Emily Atkin Aug 31, 2015
Sessions said laws prohibiting discrimination against homosexuals "were designed to sue the Boy Scouts of America and take us to our knees."
by Ian Millhiser Jul 17, 2015
In many states, it is still perfectly legal to fire a worker or deny someone housing because they are gay. That could change, if a federal agency's reasoning is embraced by the courts.
by Alan Pyke Jul 8, 2015
Conservatives are attacking the effort to fix huge flaws with America's housing segregation laws as a war on suburbs.
by Josh Israel Jun 25, 2015 Updated: Jun 29, 2015
Recent anti-LGBT petitions have garnered tens of thousands of signatures and generated international news coverage -- despite the site's stated values and mission.
by Judd Legum Jun 25, 2015
An overlooked case with a massive impact.