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The state's highest court declined to overturn a lower court's decision that forbid a baker from denying service to gay couple on religious grounds.
Opponents of the new law marched on the state's capitol demanding the repeal of a law that insists transgender people use the bathroom corresponding with their birth certificates.
Such payouts are becoming increasingly common following high-profile police shootings, even in the absence of charges against the officers involved.
Some Conservative Jewish rabbis reversed a centuries-old ban forbidding Ashkenazi Jews from eating 'kitniyot' during Passover, a move that has divided US Jews.
A new report from the CDC shows that the suicide rate is climbing, especially among girls aged 10-14, but there are ways to take preventative action.
Target’s action is the latest corporate response to a series of so-called bathroom bills that have been considered by some to be discriminatory.
The UK Foreign Office has updated its travel website to include a warning for British LGBT travelers about controversial new laws passed by Southern states.
Americans' views of transgender rights are rapidly shifting, though regional variations persist.
The removal of an Arabic-speaking passenger from a Southwest Airlines flight earlier this month is the latest example this year of potential discrimination on US airplanes.
For the first time, Ethiopians swept the men's and women's race of the Boston Marathon. Why do so many of the world's best runners come from East Africa?
How he's changed basketball and become an irreproachable role model in an era of checkered athletes.
The UC Berkeley senior was not the first to be removed from a flight this year as anti-Muslim rhetoric in America grows.