By Nicole Flatow on March 7, 2014
No, Florida, jailing bullies is not the answer.
By Vanessa Cárdenas on February 27, 2014
Today President Obama is launching “My Brother’s Keeper,” a welcome initiative that aims to address the profound challenges young men of color face. But there's much more Congress and local leaders can do.
By Alex Leichenger on February 11, 2014
Just like any other player, Michael Sam's projected draft status will fluctuate between now and May. That doesn't mean his announcement will not negatively impact where he is selected.
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By Nicole Flatow on January 22, 2014
One federal appeals court says it will look upon all laws that discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation with increased skepticism.
By Lauren C. Williams on January 15, 2014
Sandwich chain Au Bon Pain keeps patrons using its free WiFi from looking at LGBT and abortion sites.
By Josh Israel on December 20, 2013
Mark Zmuda, the vice principal of Eastside Catholic High School in Sammamish, Washington, was forced to resign Thursday after marrying his same-sex partner.
By Nicole Flatow on December 19, 2013
The report adds to evidence of gross misconduct by Scott Bloch, who for five years oversaw the agency charged with protecting all federal employees.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on December 16, 2013
The same man who said same-sex unions makes marriage "meaningless" is now using slurs against a gay Representative.
By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee on November 27, 2013
A dozen Congress members sent a letter to the President asking him to issue stronger protections to prevent immigrants placed in detention centers from sexual abuse and assault.
By Nicole Flatow on September 24, 2013
Todd Hughes will become the first openly gay man to serve on a U.S. federal appeals court — the last level of appeal short of the U.S. Supreme Court.