Some San Francisco Pride events ended abruptly after someone sprayed pepper spray into the crowd
Justice Clarence Thomas said that the Supreme Court should reconsider rulings that legalized same-sex marriage and protected same-sex relationships and contraception in his concurring opinion in favor of Mississippi in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health. This decision overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade abortion ruling which legalized abortion nationwide.
Morgan Cato comes to Phoenix after spending nearly a decade with the NBA league office, where she most recently worked as the associate vice president of business operations for NBA’s league operations department.
Title IX, the law best known for its role in gender equity in athletics and preventing sexual harassment on campuses, is turning 50.
Elon Musk's child has asked for both a name change and a new birth certificate reflecting a new gender identity.
Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Democrats should be focused on winning elections and suggested they should not treat the transgender debate as a priority.
This is the first year Juneteenth is being widely recognized as a federal holiday, which means many offices and businesses will be closed.
“The holiday is important to reflect on freedom and reflect on who we are as a nation and who we want to be as a nation,” a museum curator explains.
The Massachusetts school president said they will continue to display the flags and will appeal the decision.
The George Washington University has announced they will discontinue the use of the Colonials moniker “given the division among the community” about it.
Independent booksellers are growing in number and becoming more diverse. Dozens of new stores are owned by people of various racial and ethnic backgrounds. At the same time, store owners face rising prices and supply chain issues. Not to mention the competitive challenges and financial insecurity that bookstores have long struggled with.
The Lincoln, Nebraska city council voted to rescind its LGBTQ fairness ordinance, an anti-discrimination measure that extended protections to sexual orientation and gender identity, just four months after they had unanimously approved it.
The case involves Sgt. Anna Lange, an investigator in the middle Georgia county who began her transition in 2017 after being diagnosed with gender dysphoria.
A Texas judge on Friday temporarily blocked the state from investigating families of transgender children who have received gender-confirming medical care, a new obstacle to the state labeling such treatments as child abuse.
Some Marines in South Carolina are standing their ground after expressing support for Pride Month in a recent Facebook post.
Justine Lindsay will be joining the Panthers' cheerleading squad, which would seemingly make her the first openly transgender NFL cheerleader.
A pastor claimed some members interrupted her service and she could be out of a job because of work she did with the LGBTQ community.
A number of Tampa Bay Rays players decided not to wear rainbow-colored logos on their uniforms as part of the team’s annual “Pride Night” on Saturday that recognized the LGBTQ community. Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash addressed it after Sunday's game, saying he doesn't think it'll negatively impact the clubhouse.
KP Aviation, a woman-owned business that specializes in aftermarket aerospace material and services provider, has moved into a new 93,000 square-foot facility in the far East Valley. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
In a change of command ceremony in Washington, D.C., attended by President Joe Biden, Adm. Linda Fagan became the commandant of the Coast Guard, making her the first woman to be an armed service chief.