Congress News and Stories
A hearing on the federal minimum wage has been delayed because a Republican witness (and professor) once wrote about a gay sex tax
In the “comedy” video he reads some serious “burns” and then adds a quippy retort, all set to a laugh track
U.S. military HIV policies differ wildly from person to person. But despite the confusion, these lawyers are sure of one thing: They’re all discriminatory
In addition to shuttering some websites, the bill will lead to increased violence against sex workers, with LGBTQ people disproportionately affected
The GOP tax bill passed today has provisions that can economically harm queer students, but this activist has plans on how to blunt its harmful effects
Brianna Wu, a game developer who was a major target of a geeky hate group called Gamergate, is now running for Congress
Today, Senate Republicans voted to make it easier for internet service providers to sell information about customers without their consent
Senate Democrats plan to introduce the Equality Act, which will prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, gender identity and sexual orientation
In response to a tepid rebuke from Donald Trump, House Republicans have shelved their plans to wreck an independent ethics watchdog…for now.
Within moments of the Orlando shooting, politicians had jumped onto the tragedy to try to promote their own ideologies.