by Ian Millhiser Jan 12, 2016
In an otherwise brutal day for public sector unions, Monday's argument in the Supreme Court included a surprising admission by one of the nation's leading Republican lawyers.
by Beenish Ahmed Jan 6, 2016
"We want wombs-for-rent to become a universal crime, which is punished with a jail term, just as happens for sex crimes," Angelino Alfano told Avvenire, Italy's mainstream Roman Catholic newspaper.
by Zack Ford Jan 6, 2016
Roy Moore isn't convinced the U.S. Constitution applies to Alabama.
by Ian Millhiser Jan 5, 2016
Stacey Schuett and Lesly Taboada-Hall were married before the latter's death. But FedEx thinks their marriage doesn't count because they are lesbians.
by Josh Israel Dec 23, 2015
But for a few lucky breaks in a 2001-2002 Massachusetts amendment fight, same-sex couples in the Bay State and 49 others might waited years longer to see their unions equally recognized.
by Zack Ford Dec 17, 2015
A Catholic school tried to justify anti-gay discrimination. It didn't work.
by Judd Legum Dec 13, 2015
The next President will likely appoint multiple Supreme Court Justices.
by Zack Ford Dec 10, 2015
Bob Vander Plaats and the National Organization for Marriage both endorsed Ted Cruz this week.
by Zack Ford Dec 8, 2015
Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, and Ben Carson have been emphasizing their desire to discriminate against LGBT people on the campaign trail.
by Zack Ford Dec 1, 2015
The Heritage Foundation's Ryan T. Anderson outlines exactly why anti-LGBT discrimination should persist.