Politics

First Days of 2017 Bring New ‘Bathroom Bills’

In the first days of 2017, legislators in five states have introduced so-called "bathroom bills" restricting access to public accommodations.

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Kerry Apologizes for State Department Discrimination Against LGBT Employees

The State Department on Monday formally apologized for what it describes as decades of discrimination against LGBT employees and job…

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Five LGBT Harris County Officials Sworn In

Four judges and a district attorney from the community join the celebration of November’s blue sweep of Harris County.

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Lawmakers to Fight Anti-Trans Legislation

Houston’s pro-LGBT state lawmakers are confident they can defeat anti-transgender bathroom legislation in 2017, but they say they’ll need all…

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People Take To The Streets After Trump Win

Protesters and supporters alike took to the streets across the country following Donald Trump's victory speech early Wednesday.

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Top LGBT Republican Group Declines to Endorse Trump

The Log Cabin Republicans, one of the country's most influential LGBT Republican groups, announced Saturday that it would not back…

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Anderson Plays Gay Card Against Challenger Ogg

Trailing in the polls, Republican Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson has apparently resorted to attacking Democratic Challenger Kim Ogg’s…

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If Clinton Wins, Foundation Says it Won’t Take Foreign Money

Clinton has yet to address the future of the foundation or her husband's role in it should she win the…

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Donald Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Resigns

The departure also comes as Manafort is defending himself from investigations into his extensive lobbying history overseas.

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NYC Parks Dept. Issues Cheeky Response to Naked Trump Statue

"NYC Parks stands firmly against any unpermitted erection in city parks, no matter how small."

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