In a huge turnabout, an amendment to the controversial Indiana "religious freedom" law would include sexual orientation and gender identity protections.
An Indiana Pizza Parlor that won't cater same-sex weddings on religious grounds has become the latest martyr in the religious right's war. Look to see what...
Lawmakers are scrambling to create new language for Indiana's anti-gay "religious freedom" law, but the new text still allows discrimination.
An Indiana family-owned pizza restaurant says they've had to close down after telling reporters they support Gov. Pence's anti-gay "religious freedom" law.
Owners of a small town privately-owned pizzeria say they agree with the new Indiana anti-gay law, but they don't think it's discriminatory.
The CEO and President of $25 billion international corporation NIKE has just come out denouncing Indiana's anti-gay "religious freedom" law.
Despite the national firestorm surrounding Indiana, the Arkansas legislature just passed an anti-gay "religious freedom" bill that HRC says is "virtually identical" to the Hoosier State's.
At least four major state and city governments are the latest banning taxpayer-funded travel to Indiana in response to a new anti-gay law.
For decades, NASCAR has been the refuge of the right, but today the sporting organization issued a strong statement condemning Indiana's anti-gay law.
Mike Pence seeks comfort in the arms of Fox News, but what happens when he gets asked if he'd sign a nondiscrimination bill?
2016 likely GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush offered his opinion on Indiana's discriminatory and anti-gay "religious freedom" law - and gets so much wrong in the...
GOP Presidential candidate Ted Cruz just issued a statement supporting Indiana's anti-gay "religious freedom" law, so he could fundraise off it.
Dr. Ben Carson has some strong words for opponents of Indiana's anti-gay "religious freedom" law.
In a hastily-called press conference Monday morning, Indiana's two top GOP lawmakers tried to do damage control, throwing Governor Mike Pence under the bus.
Connecticut Democrat Dan Malloy becomes the first governor in the nation to ban travel over Indiana's anti-gay "religious freedom" law.