Christine Hallquist, a former utility executive, becomes the first transgender candidate from a major political party to be nominated for governor. She will face the Republican incumbent.
The way cops in Jacksonville, Fla., and other jurisdictions investigate the murders of transgender women adds insult to injury and may be delaying justice.
Sharice Davids, an attorney and activist, shatters the mold for a congressional primary winner from the ruby red state. She will face four-term Republican Rep. Kevin Yoder in November.
Nicole Maines, an activist who won a discrimination lawsuit after her school refused to let her use the girls' restroom, will star in The CW/Warner Bros.' "Supergirl."
Hundreds of Israeli LGBT advocates and their supporters are on strike, protesting the exclusion of gay men from recently passed legislation.
The president has chosen a candidate who poses a great threat to progressive values and causes—and one who might shield him from Mueller.
The news website, which received 19 nominations from the Los Angeles Press Club, earns three first-place prizes, six second-place awards and one third-place finish.
The White House press secretary complained on Twitter about not being served at the Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Va.
A radical proposal could be the answer to securing Americans' financial futures, and a new study shows that the most effective way to convince people of something is through charts.
Centrist and liberal media have a disturbing tendency to rehabilitate some of the most vile, reactionary forces on the right simply because they say vaguely negative things about Trump.