by Alex Zielinski Jul 14, 2016
"We're talking about people responding to their environment like they are in a war zone."
by Celisa Calacal & Evan Popp Jul 12, 2016
One month after the mass shootings in Orlando, Congressional Republicans held a hearing on how to allow more anti-LGBT discrimination.
by Ian Millhiser Jul 11, 2016
One month ago on Tuesday, a gunman shot and killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. House Republicans plan to mark this milestone with a hearing on a bill that would enable widespread discrimination against LGBT people.
by Sydney Pereira Jun 16, 2016
Targeting a queer space puts a strain on a community that is particularly vulnerable.
by Laurel Raymond Jun 12, 2016
Thousands are lining up to donate blood so that hospitals can care for the injured victims, but many members of the attacked community can't help.
by Lindsay Gibbs May 5, 2016
In 1973, 90 percent of NCAA women's sports teams had female coaches. Today, that number is 43 percent.
by Lindsay Gibbs Apr 30, 2016
"Each one of us is man or woman so ... I wanted to make sure she was going to the right place."
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Apr 9, 2016
For Springsteen, North Carolina is perhaps not a land of hopes and dreams.
by Jessica Goldstein Mar 25, 2016
If Georgia passes an anti-gay "religious liberty" bill on May 3, the state stands to lose billions of dollars in revenue.
by Lindsay Gibbs Feb 29, 2016
This is another step in the wrong direction.