State Attorney General Xavier Becerra and California civil rights groups say they will continue their work to overturn the ban.
The Napa Valley Unified School District board of trustees voted unanimously to change the name and image of the mascot at one school and the image of the mascot at another.
Teachers, nurses, transit workers and politicians rallied at San Francisco City Hall in response to a U.S. Supreme Court case that could decrease funding and participation in unions.
Veteran activist and Berkeley school teacher Yvette Felarca has been charged with assault and inciting a riot for her actions in a faceoff with white nationalist groups in Sacramento.
From downtown to the Castro and beyond, a spectrum of acceptance and inclusion shined across San Francisco.
I laid my two-year-old son, Ty, next to be comforted by his little snores as I watched state after state turn red on Election Night.
Minimum wage workers in San Jose will be receiving a $.10 per hour raise in January, city officials announced Friday.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation that is being considered the most inclusive restroom access law in the nation.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled by a 5-4 vote Friday that the federal Constitution provides a right to same-sex marriage.
Fans waved rainbow flags and danced the night away at Oakland’s first-ever LGBT Pride night.
Thousands of people, including Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, gathered in San Francisco Monday to honor the civil rights legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Congresswoman Barbara Lee, D-Oakland, is calling on Americans to work for an equal America.
Michael Brown Sr., whose son’s death sparked a wave of protests, met with hundreds of San Francisco high school students.
Tens of thousands took to the streets of Rome for the city’s annual Gay Pride parade.
A dedication ceremony for the stamp is scheduled for next Wednesday in San Francisco.
He’d announce he’s gay and he’d follow through — that’s what Brian Boitano’d do.
Maria and Alexandra — a quiet, academic couple with a seven-year old daughter —want to flee Russia for Canada.
San Francisco brimmed with overflowing pride as hundreds of thousands celebrated equality.
Barry Zito, Coco Crisp and Klay Thompson make a pitch for equality in sports in a new public service announcement.