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Human rights groups have banded together and are calling on the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement to release LGBTQ migrant detainees in their custody.

The Supreme Court of Kazakhstan gave that country's LGBTQ community its first legal victory by ruling in favor of a lesbian couple on a privacy issue.

The state of New York has become the sixth in the US to ban the "gay panic defense" in murder cases that defendants use to justify attacks on LGBTQ victims.

The county of the Los Angeles jurisdiction will the first in the US to keep track of all violent deaths involving LGBTQ victims.

US Vice President Mike Pence went around the world with his homophobic baggage and got an LGBTQ welcome in his visits to Iceland and Ireland.

With the presidential elections scheduled for 2020, Democratic candidates are already hitting the podium. Their next stop: LGBTQ forums.

Taking one step further, the Trump administration has filed a brief with the Supreme Court arguing in favor of LGBTQ employment discrimination.

While the Log Cabin Republicans have finally gotten their acknowledgement of endorsing Trump for 2020, some of their leaders are quitting over it.

The Log Cabin Republican endorsement of President Donald Trump for re-election says something about LGBTQ members who still believe in him.

The Palestine LGBTQ community are raising their voices to protest the violence directed against them in the wake of a stabbing of a transgender Arab teen.