House Intel Chairman Devin Nunes said he’ll never reveal the source of the intel he received that Donald Trump had been captured on incidental surveillance, and has still not shared the intel with the others on his panel investigating Trump… Read The post Paul Ryan: ‘Whistleblower-Type Person’ was Devin Nunes’s Source for Intel on Trump appeared first on Towleroad.
“We are letting kids be who they are."
Ash Whitaker is suing his school district for the right to use the boys' restroom.
Duncan Osborne reports at Gay City News: The organization that produces New York City’s pride parade, rally, and related events has agreed to allow groups eager to confront the Republican Party’s control of the federal government near the front of the June 25 pride parade. Show More Summary
"Any lawmaker who supports this proposal cannot call themselves an ally of the LGBT community."
CNBC reports: American accusations that Russia interfered in last year’s U.S. elections are “lies” used for “domestic American politics”, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday. “We said on numerous occasions and I reiterate that we are confident. Show More Summary
The Hill reports: House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes’s (R-Calif.) actions have damaged the integrity of his panel’s investigation into Russian election interference, Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) says. “I think there hasShow More Summary
ABC News reports: A federal judge in Hawaii on Wednesday extended the order blocking President Trump’s controversial travel ban until the state’s lawsuit is resolved. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson issued the ruling after hearing arguments. Show More Summary
Lawmakers and North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper reached a deal to repeal HB2 ahead of a looming deadline from the NCAA that the organization would pull its sports events from the state until 2022 if the law wasn’t repealed by Thursday. Show More Summary
The move will greatly affect global efforts to combat HIV/AIDS.
GOP Rep. Joe Straus has called the state's anti-trans bill “manufactured and unnecessary.”
The Charlotte Observer reports: North Carolina lawmakers could repeal House Bill 2 on Thursday under a deal struck late Wednesday night by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and Republican legislative leaders. Senate leader Phil Berger announced the deal shortly after 10:30 p.m. Show More Summary
Today's queer woman to know in honor of Women's History Month produced dozens of Broadway plays and musicals beginning in 1937, when female producers were unheard of.
The acclaimed writer of New Girl, Younger, and Broad City (and occasional actor) has a new concert featuring the songs from his youth.
The president can bully and bluster with executive orders, but his effects on the judicial branch will be even more far-reaching and long-lasting.
Advocate contributor Seamus Kirst shares a powerful excerpt from his recently released memoir, Shitfaced: Musings of a Former Drunk.
The internet is a powerful tool can reach a wide audience, but in an age where everyone is famous for 15 minutes, it’s increasingly difficult to create compelling content just to run a successful business. Do nail salons really needShow More Summary
The bargain, to be voted on Thursday morning, would reportedly leave in place some of the anti-LGBT law's provisions.
A whopping $342 million in HIV funding could be eliminated under Trump's plan.