Students are expected to unite on April 11 in a nationwide protest of LGBT harassment and bullying on campus. Their goal is to show solidarity in silence and strength in numbers.
When Vernita Gray died in her home in Chicago on March 18, family members knew no traditional memorial service could accommodate all those who’d want to share their love, express their thanks and honor the legendary gay rights activist.
The most vicious winter in decades has left urban streets in Wisconsin so scarred with potholes that some look like they belong in developing nations.
A registered sex offender who lives at a South Florida trailer park has been charged with setting fire to another trailer, where a lesbian couple and eight children live, according to The Miami Herald.
Miami-Dade police say video footage shows 73-year-old Braulio Valenzuela-Villanueva setting fire to a mattress that was leaning against his neighbors' home early Saturday morning at the River Park Trailer Court.
Out of the shadows, into the streets. They are dreamers, and as they call for comprehensive immigration reform, they urge the Obama administration to halt the deportation of their mothers and fathers, aunts and uncles, friends and neighbors.
Most advances in the LGBT civil rights movement in 2013 were on the marriage front, with victories in statehouses in Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Minnesota and Rhode Island, as well as courts in New Jersey, New Mexico, Utah, Oklahoma and, most significantly, the U.S. Supreme Court.
A federal judge said on April 4 that he will strike down the voter-approved ban against recognizing same-sex marriage in Ohio.
Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline are making plans for a massive act of non-violent civil disobedience, but they hope they can throw a nationwide victory party instead.
On a recent day before the season started, in the bunkered Milwaukee Brewers interview room deep within Miller Park, Hank the Dog was splayed by handlers on a table before a smartly-dressed team executive, surrounded by a small guard of gaudy bobblehead dolls.
France's far-right National Front, coming off a historic electoral victory at home, is marching toward a new target: the European Parliament.
Party chief Marine Le Pen is leading the charge for continent-wide elections next month like the general of a conquering army, and hoping to attract kindred parties around Europe in a broad alliance.