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Municipalities are planning to expand LGBT rights after a North Carolina moratorium on non-discrimination ordinances had expired in December.

An appeals court in North Carolina has allowed the domestic violence protection order to be issued for dating or formerly dating LGBTQ couples.

A number of LGBTQ leaders and groups have spoken out against the Capitol riot after President Donald Trump urged his supporters to march on to Congress.

With the Democrats winning the Georgia run-offs, the Republicans have lost control of the Senate. What does this mean for the LGBTQ community overall?

The Los Angeles LGBT Center has administered the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to its frontline workers as part of the Phase 1 of the vaccine rollout in LA.

A federal court has come out against Trump's executive order prohibiting the conduct of LGBTQ-inclusive workplace diversity training.

A new poll showed that an overwhelming majority of LGBTQ and Equality Voters supported President-elect Joe Biden in the 2020 election.

FEMA warned that the LGBT community is at risk from disasters, together with minorities and single parents, in their annual preparedness report.

A group of world religious leaders have called for the end of criminalizing the LGBT people and a global ban on conversion practices.

A Missouri lesbian couple has settled with a St. Louis retirement community that refused them to live there for religious reasons.