As gun control advocates threaten a boycott of Georgia after lawmakers there effectively punished Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines Thursday for cutting ties with the National Rifle Association by passing a bill that denys the carrier a lucrative tax break, another boycott of the Peach State looms
Following the death Tuesday of Edith Windsor -- whose landmark Supreme Court case struck down parts of a federal anti-gay marriage law and paved the way toward legalizing same-sex nuptials nationwide -- lawmakers, celebrities, and other public figures were quick to honor her legacy and contribution
The fight for transgender rights has never been more front and center on the national stage than it has been in recent months. Hundreds gathered on Pennsylvania Avenue just last week to protest the Trump administration announcement of an effective rollback of an Obama administration directive that
President Trump's controversial rollback of transgender school bathroom protections coincides with the star-studded ABC miniseries and transgender champions fighting to restore dignity.
For decades, going to the movies has given people a two-hour escape from the daily news cycle. But at the Academy Awards -- the pinnacle event in Hollywood -- winners on occasion have used the platform to bring attention to political issues. ABC News film critic Peter Travers predicts this year
We're here with mary-louise parker, and executive producer Dustin Lance black, their powerful new ABC miniseries "When we rise" traces the 50-year history of the gay rights movement. We'll show you a clip and in it a social activist is calling her sister to share some wedding news. Deanna and I are
At DNC, Clinton makes history as the first woman ever to accept a nomination of a major party.
The award-winning screenwriter and director talks with ABC News' LZ Granderson over ice cream.
Host Chris Rock's monologue and some acceptance speeches have led to a new backlash over the awards ceremony.
For 364 days a year, Washington, D.C., jokingly bears the nickname "Hollywood for ugly people." But on Saturday, the beautiful West Coast crowd will flock to the powerful East Coast city for a night of presidential roasting and political toasting at the 98th annual White House Correspondents'