Australia Legalizes Same-Sex MarriageAustralia is now the 26th nation to legalize same-sex marriage.
Miami Police Reiterate Dedication To Protecting LGBT CommunityModeled after a similar initiative in Seattle, Miami's top cop is sending a message that the city is a welcoming and safe place, ready to protect those who feel vulnerable in the community.
Mother Of Transgender Boy Sues School Over Bathroom AccessA north Florida school board is being sued after one of its high schools denied access to a boys' restroom to a transgender student.
Man Accused Of Threatening Wilton Manors LGBT Community JailedA man accused of reportedly threatening Wilton Manors' LGBT community is back in jail.
Equality Marches Held Across USIn the nation's capital and across the U.S., supporters of LGBT rights mobilized for marches and rallies Sunday, celebrating their gains but angered over threats to those advances.
Fraud Probe Launched After LGBT's OutGames CancelledProsecutors have opened up a fraud investigation into a gay-themed sporting and cultural event after it was abruptly cancelled amid financial problems.
Financial Issues Force LGBT's World OutGames To Cancel EventsAthletes from around the world have been left in limbo after the World OutGames canceled the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as most of the sports programming, at the last minute.
Mormon Church Pulls Teens Out Of Boy ScoutsThe biggest sponsor of Boy Scout troops in the United States - the Mormon Church - says it's pulling as many as 185,000 older youths from the group in an effort to start their own program.
Private Sector Asked To Participate In Safety Program Amid LGBT Hate Crime Claims A second man claims he was targeted out of hate, called names and then physically attacked in Miami Beach.
Protesters Interrupt Mayor's Prayer Breakfast In Ft. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale's gay community and their friends protested outside the Mayor's prayer breakfast Friday.
Hillary Clinton: LGBT Rights Progress May Not Be Secure NowHillary Clinton is urging LGBT advocates to keep fighting, saying the progress they've achieved in recent years may not be secure under the new administration.
ACC Extends Deals With North Carolina Sites After Law ChangeThe Atlantic Coast Conference has reconsidered its stance on moving championship games out of North Carolina following a controversial law being changed.