Sixteen states ask the Supreme Court to rule that companies can fire workers because of their gender identity.
In Atlanta, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that federal laws on discrimination cannot give protection based on sexual orientation. It considers that Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act doesn't apply to LGBT people.
The U.S. Supreme Court will rule on the measure allowing discrimination against LGBT people in Mississippi. The Governor of the state has filed his arguments in favor of the law. This one is the worst "religious freedom" legislation.
The Supreme Court of the United States has issued a verdict in favor of a lesbian couple in Arkansas wishing to have their two names registered on their child's birth certificate.
The Legislature of North Dakota may finally update the state's marriage law to reflect the US Supreme Court's decision to legalize marriage equality.
Today is June 1, and so today is the first day of Pride month! On that occasion, President Barack Obama made a pro-equality speech, praising the decision of the Supreme court in June 2015 to legalize marriage for same-sex couples across the United States.
Some days ago, we wondered if the Unicoi County in Tennessee could or not going to find a way not to comply with the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, which legalized equal marriage in June. Here's a first good news.
Will Unicoi County become the next county in Tennessee to refuse same-sex marriages again?
After the Alabama Supreme Court denied parental rights to a lesbian mother, the U.S. Supreme Court could restore them.
After the legalization of marriage equality on all American States, it is also important to say thank you to those who helped us to get this right and that's what happened in Maine where Mary Bonauto was honored.