Rodriguez also advocated for civil rights and education reform. “The legacy you leave is what you were worth while you were here,” he said in 2000.
The state recognizes Kanautica Zayre-Brown, 37, as a man and by her birth name, which was legally changed.
The announcement came after Gucci CEO Marco Bizzarri met with Dapper Dan, a well-known African-American designer, and other community members.
Arizona and other southwestern states bordering Mexico have become a hot spot in the nation's fentanyl crisis.
South Dakota this year has introduced four "anti-trans" bills, more than any other state, according to the Human Rights Campaign.
Venezuelan doctors protested Sunday at the entrance to a bridge blocked by their nation’s military to demand that humanitarian aid be allowed to enter.
"Forecasters predict this may be a storm unlike one we've seen in many years," said Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said as he declared a state of emergency.
The new campaign seeks to end the HIV epidemic in the U.S. by 2030.
It involves more than $17 billion worth of government bonds backed by a sales-and-use tax and could help save about $456 million a year in debt service.
Guaido's calls for Venezuelans to abandon Maduro's government are booming across the world, but he is having a harder time delivering his message at home.
One of the hunger strikers said that a group of people force-feed him three times a day by pouring liquid into tubes pushed through his nose.
Gov. Matt Bevin supported Davis, the former county clerk who wouldn't issue same-sex marriage licenses, in 2015. Now he's saying she broke the law.
Mexico's immigration agency said Monday that his country won't accept migrants younger than 18 while they await the resolution of their U.S. asylum claims.
"Why would I launch a foundation for mental health in an African-American community ... and then side with the predator?" Henson said.
Those fighting to let trans people serve openly in the military are convinced they'll prevail in the long term. Short term, however, they're braced for anguish.
In her suit against New York City and three police officers, Linda Dominguez says she was hit with a "bogus" charge of knowingly misrepresenting her identity.
A police report said that the accident was due to excessive speed and one of the buses may have driven into the oncoming lane.
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill said there are no racial or ethnic quotas in the admissions process, and race is one of many factors considered.