This may not be a surprise, but it is news: Gay presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has outraised his Democratic competitors in most heavily LGBT neighborhoods around the country.
Log Cabin Republicans, the national gay Republican group, made a big splash August 15 when it published an opinion piece in the Washington Post announcing its decision to endorse President Donald Trump for re-election.
Gay South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg was polling fifth out of 24 candidates going into the second round of Democratic presidential debates last week, and he was polling fifth coming out of those forums.
The U.S. Senate last week confirmed lesbian magistrate Mary Rowland to a U.S. district court judgeship in Illinois.
Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who was buried in Arlington National Cemetery this week, was one of the first members of the nation's highest court to express support for LGBT people.
Senator Kamala Harris told a sold out Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club Pride breakfast audience Sunday that she will "prosecute the case against four more years of Donald Trump."
The first round of Democratic presidential debates appears to have put Senator Kamala Harris of California near the top of the 24-candidate heap.
New York City celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with a 12 and a half hour parade that included a stop at the famous gay bar that started it all.
Chasten Buttigieg fills in for husband Pete Buttigieg during Stonewall 50 march in New York City.
Senator Kamala Harris (D-California) last week introduced legislation that would expand access to PrEP by requiring public and private health insurers to cover it and funding a grant program for uninsured individuals.
Pete Buttigieg's meteoric campaign to become a top tier contender for the Democratic presidential nomination has been shaken by metaphorical earthquake that will test his fitness to address one of the nation's most divisive powder kegs: racism.
Ahead of next week's Democratic presidential debates, several candidates have been showing their Pride.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday side-stepped yet another case pitting religious beliefs hostile to LGBT people against human rights laws that seek to protect them.