KMGH: Colorado City Restores Stolen Pride Flags, Again
The city's mayor joined in the effort to reinstall pride flags at an intersection.
33 trans individuals killed in acts of violence in past year, HRC says
The Human Rights Campaign notes that Black trans women are disproportionately impacted by the violence.
Only LGBTQ+ center in Colorado Springs reflects on Club Q shooting
There are several kinds of services critical for the LGBTQ+ community after traumatic events like the one that occurred at Club Q one year ago.
Supreme Court won't allow Florida to enforce drag ban while on appeal
The justices refused to narrow a lower-court order that has prohibited the law from being enforced statewide.
Kroger approaching finish line on acquisition of Albertsons grocery
Kroger and Albertsons told the Federal Trade Commission on Nov. 15 that their merger substantially complies with antitrust rules.
Is border security really on the cusp of passing in Congress?
Not much has changed from a border policy standpoint as of late, but there's a chance something may change in the coming weeks.
EPA plan would eliminate lead pipes within 10 years
The Biden administration has issued its plan to use $15 billion to rid U.S. homes of lead pipes, which can lead to long-term health complications.