Read what two experts say, wholly refuting Dr. Ben Carson's claim that prison can turn people gay, so it's a choice.
The Indiana Senate has passed a bill allowing any faith-based group or corporation doing business with the state to dictate the religious beliefs and behavior of...
On January 9, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court will again meet and debate whether or not to review any same-sex marriage cases. Here are their choices.
An Indiana pastor who was arrested after grabbing a stranger's genitals told police the gay porn they found in his car isn't his.
An Indiana church that forced its choir director to quit lost 80 percent of its members as a result. It is now being forced to close.
After a photo of a license plate with an anti-gay slur was published the State of Alabama has taken action.
A Michigan pastor and anti-LGBT activist successfully stopped a non-discrimination bill because he feels LGBT people haven't suffered the exact same indignities as Black people have.
It is a case that has never been seen in this country before â€“ andÂ a harbinger of the religious right’s attacks on America yet to come....
Attorney General Eric Holder announces the federal government will recognize legal same-sex marriages in states affected by the Supreme Court's decision to not hear new marriage...
A councilwoman and her fiancé are the first same-sex couple to be issued a marriage license in the red state of South Carolina.
Despite yesterday's announcement from the Supreme Court and rulings at the appellate court level, Republican governors are refusing to follow the law on same-sex marriage.
This morning's stunning and historic announcement from the U.S. Supreme Court is being applied differently by officials in different states.
The U.S. Supreme Court has just officially turned down all of the same-sex marriage cases it was presented. Here's why this is good news.
Is no news good news, bad news, or just no news?
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals this morning placed a stay on its own ruling that struck down bans on same-sex marriage in two states.