US Considers More Options For Detaining Transgender MigrantsU.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is considering opening a second permanent facility where transgender migrants can be detained.
Dallas City Leaders Begin Work On Racial Equity PlanCity leaders are working on what they call a Racial Equity Plan to focus on jobs, housing and new business, especially in the southern part of Dallas.
Interactive Map Shows Life Expectancy Of Texans By Zip Code, Race, GenderUT Southwestern Medical Center scientists said they have calculated and mapped life expectancy by gender and race/ethnicity down to the ZIP code and county levels in Texas.
Man Changes Gender On Government ID To Get Cheaper Car InsuranceA man in Canada has found an inventive way to cut his car insurance by over $1,000 a year: he's officially become a woman.
Judge: Idaho Must Allow Gender Changes On Birth CertificatesU.S. Magistrate Judge Candy Dale says rules by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare violate the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
Not Just Boy And Girl; More Teens Identify As TransgenderFar more U.S. teens than previously thought are transgender or identify themselves using other nontraditional gender terms.
Dallas' Family Place Opens First Texas Shelter For Battered MenThe Family Place opened the first shelter in Texas dedicated specifically for male victims of domestic violence.
MLB Receives Overall C+ In Racial, Gender Hiring PracticesAs Major League Baseball celebrates the 70th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier.
Erasing The Gender Pay Gap; One Ask At A TimeEconomists say on average, for every dollar that men earn, women earn roughly $.79 -- and the gap is even wider for women of color.
Boy Scouts To Allow Transgender Children To JoinBoy Scouts of America will allow transgender children who identify as boys to enroll in scouting programs.
Perry: Texas Won't Comply With Federal Prison Rape Law Texas will not comply with parts of a federal law designed to eliminate prison rape, Gov. Rick Perry said in a letter to the U.S. Attorney General, calling the rules too costly and an infringement on state rights.