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The Latest: 2020 Candidates Mourn Transgender Woman’s Death

Democratic presidential candidates are mourning Muhlaysia Booker, a 23-year-old transgender woman in Texas, who authorities say was the victim of…

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Mormon Church Opposes LGBT Nondiscrimination Measure

The denomination said the Equality Act would “threaten religious employment standards, devastate religious education, defund numerous religious charities.”

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Christian Group Drops Lawsuit Over Austin’s LGBT Protections

The U.S. Pastor Council says the decision was based on legal advice.

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Austin Police Investigating Attack on Gay Couple as Hate Crime

Investigators are checking surveillance video in the downtown area to identify a group of men they say beat Spencer Deehring…

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Supreme Court inaction suggests DACA safe for another year

By Mark Sherman

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Gay Rights Group Takes Issue with Karen Pence’s New Employer

"Pences never seem to miss an opportunity to show their public service only extends to some," the Human Rights Campaign…

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LGBTQ Advocates Eye More Bans on ‘Conversion Therapy’ in 2019

Fourteen states currently prohibit the practice, and at least four more could join them this year.

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ACLU Sues Louisiana Library Over Drag Queen Story Hour Ban

Officials blocked event in response to a separate suit from anti-LGBTQ activists.

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You Beto Wait: O’Rourke Not Rushing Decision on 2020 Presidential Race

Democrat's deliberate approach offers advantages, risks.

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Arts & Entertainment

Lesbian Comic Hannah Gadsby Coming to Grips with Stardom after ‘Nanette’

She's among the AP's Breakthrough Entertainers of 2018.

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