Activists in Ontario, Canada call their state a "world leader" in putting innocent people in prison simply because they're HIV-positive.
A bill reducing HIV crime laws from a felony to a misdemeanor must now be passed by the Senate to get to Governor Jerry Brown's desk.
Despite Florida having more newly diagnosed cases than any other state, HIV persecution lingers within the community. But one initiatve is trying to change that.
The 27-year old says he was — and now he's suing.
Abdul-Aliy A. Muhammad refused his HIV medication to protest Philadelphia's Mazzoni Center over sexual misconduct.
India's parliament has made it illegal to deny work, housing, and other services for people living with HIV. But not all activists are celebrating just yet.
The president had closed meetings with various House Republicans to swade them to repeal legislation that gives millions of people health insurance.