don’t ask don’t tell

As President Barack Obama prepares to leave office, NewsOne takes a look at some of his most impressive wins.

When President Obama came out in support of LGBTQ lives and in favor of marriage equality in a May 2012 interview, he became the first president to connect his policy to his Christian faith in a way that substantively benefitted the LGBTQ community.

Audience members booed  an openly gay soldier when a question he asked was posed to former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum through a video stream during Thursday’s Republican presidential debate. Stephen Hill, a soldier serving in Iraq, spoke on having to lie about who he was in order to serve in the army. Santorum approached the controversial topic, […]

Washington — Gay, straight, the majority of soldiers don’t seem to care, according to results of a Pentagon study expected to be released Tuesday.

Reportedly, the Obama administration has requested a stay for the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" injunction. What does it all mean? Find out inside.

The 28-year-old's honorable discharge under the "don't ask, don't tell" policy came only after police officers in Rapid City, S.D., saw an Iowa marriage certificate in her home and told the nearby Ellsworth Air Force Base.