When the Obama administration on May 13 sent a letter to nearly 100,000 public schools defending transgender rights, it elevated arguments over so-called “bathroom laws” to a national civil rights debate. How did we get here?
The Oxford, Ala., City Council passed an ordinance that punishes transgender people with up to six months of jail for using the bathroom that matches their gender identity. The move draws support – and questions.
At Emory University, some students said they felt threatened when pro-Trump messages appeared on the sidewalks. It's the latest test for US campuses on edge over balancing free speech and minority protection.