More than 75% of openly LGBT candidates running in Tuesday's off-year elections won. The total included 112, 106 Democrats, one Republican, one independent, and four with undeclared party affiliations.
Two federal judges in two days have struck down the Trump administration's Denial of Care rule as a third case in San Francisco awaits a judge's decision.
HHS announced Friday that it plans to change its rules governing federal grants it oversees.
A confirmation hearing for two of President Donald Trump's nominees to the nation's largest federal appeals court snared considerable media attention Wednesday after one of them dissolved into tears.
Federal Judge William Alsup heard oral arguments Wednesday, October 30, in cases that pit California, San Francisco, and Santa Clara County against the Trump administration over its upcoming health care "refusal rule."
Some members of the San Francisco Bay Area's transgender community praised Always for removing the Venus symbol from the packaging of its sanitary pads.
The California Department of Justice will be joined by attorneys from San Francisco, Santa Clara County and civil rights groups in federal district court Wednesday as they challenge the Trump administration over its so-called health care refusal rule.
Mainstream media outlets have spent considerable space in recent days trying to reckon whether gay presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is "surging" to the top tier of the Democratic field or stalling in the second tier.
U.S. Supreme Court observers are more reluctant than usual to try and predict how the court might come down on the always hot-button issue of LGBT rights.
Our national correspondent provides an analysis of the recent LGBTQ town hall for Democratic presidential candidates.
Rachel Maddow wowed a sold-out audience at the Sydney Goldstein Theater Sunday during a City Arts and Lectures onstage conversation with former Obama senior aide Dan Pfeiffer.
After a historic hearing before the U.S. Supreme Court, LGBT legal advocates voiced optimism that a majority of the justices would rule in favor of LGBT workplace protections.
Many are happy to stand in line for what they serve at Starbucks — but the global coffee conglomerate has left LGBT media standing at the altar.