The repeal would come five years after a 2011 decision to end the U.S. military's ban on gays and lesbians serving openly.
Transhumanists like presidential candidate Zoltan Istvan believe a new civil rights age is looming.
Affordable housing facility will welcome LGBT seniors, homeless youth.
The filmmaker's latest documentary cuts through the mythology surrounding baseball's greatest pioneer while connecting the dots between the Civil Rights era and today.
Members of the country's largest LGBT group applauded Clinton for her ongoing efforts to advance their cause.
The Thirteenth Amendment, outlawing slavery, was passed 150 years ago this week.
The stock clerk claims his time card shows he was still at work when the crime was committed.
Boggs helped organize the 1963 march in Detroit with Martin Luther King, Jr.
From Trayvon Martin to Rekia Boyd, moderate conservatives have stressed order over justice.
An animal welfare advocate says Huntington, New York, is punishing her for having pussycats.
The councilman reportedly claimed DOJ draft proposals for police and court reform would bankrupt the city.
Generational neglect, demonization and the stigma that American society has attached to blackness go a lot deeper.
Margaret Pagan's call to action started while she was attending college in the 1960s.
11 people who were on a police register claim they were added solely because of their ethnicity.
Michael Brown's death prompted the investigation.
Deputy prime minister attends as Kremlin continues to deny involvement in murder.
The March 8, 1965 'Newsweek' report about the black leader.
Hating minority groups like Muslims is alien to America's culture of tolerance.