The poster offered a list of 'do's and don'ts' for prospective University of Washington cheerleaders including a 'bronze beachy glow' and 'girl about town lipstick.'
A live performance art piece will feature flocks of pigeons, gliding over New York City to celebrate the city's rich pigeon-keeping history.
The teen's mother has requested that the school reverse's its policy in what may be the first test of a federal court ruling earlier this month that declared barring transgender students from using the bathroom of their choice to be a violation of Title IX.
Gannett Company went public with its bid to buy Tribune Publishing Monday after the company didn't respond to the offer. What could a hostile takeover mean for Tribune news?
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.