Connecticut Democrat Dan Malloy becomes the first governor in the nation to ban travel over Indiana's anti-gay "religious freedom" law.
An enterprising Indiana marketing consultant has opened up the First Church Of Cannabis, thanks to anti-gay Hoosier lawmakers.
An estimated 3000 people from all walks of life joined together to protest an anti-LGBT law disguised as "religious freedom" legislation.
Popular local business review and search site Angie's List is canceling its expansion plans in response to Indiana's "religious freedom" law.
Listen as a restaurant owner in Indiana calls into a local radio station's morning talk show to confess he happily discriminates against gay people, and he's...
No gays allowed? Lawmakers in Arkansas Friday afternoon ignored political reality and passed an anti-gay "religious freedom" bill similar to one signed into law in Indiana....
The White House has come out sharply criticizing the signing of Indiana's anti-gay "religious freedom" law.
This is not the first time Mike Pence has admitted there is no real justification for the anti-gay bill he just signed into law.
Likely Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton weighs in on Indiana's controversial, discriminatory "religious freedom" law.
Superstar Audra McDonald's Twitter handle isn't @AudraEqualityMc for nothing. She just earned that "Equality" name ten times over.
The CEO of major U.S. corporation is following through on his warning to the State of Indiana to not pass a discriminatory "religious freedom" bill.
Conservative Republican Governor Mike Pence has defiantly signed Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law. What's next?
The longest-running gaming convention in the world, which brings in $50 million annually to Indiana is threatening to move in response to an anti-gay bill awaiting...
An Indiana House committee just passed an anti-gay bill that will allow anyone to discriminate against LGBT people, citing their deeply held religious beliefs.
Indiana's Scott Schneider is pushing a religious "license to discriminate" bill, but it's Schneider's desire to impose his extremist views that are the real problem.