by Kira Lerner Jul 19, 2015
"Did Frederick Douglass give up when he was fighting against slavery?" one conservative said.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 27, 2015
“The Supreme Court’s decision is not effective immediately in Mississippi," Attorney General Jim Hood said.
by Jack Jenkins May 27, 2015
History proves that the church does listen to the spiritual concerns of those it serves — it just usually takes a lot of effort and a really, really long time.
by Samantha Page May 23, 2015
Early results saw the referendum pass by a nearly 2-to-1 margin.
by Kira Lerner Apr 24, 2015
Public support for same-sex marriage is at an all-time high, but Cruz doesn't seem to care.
by Jack Jenkins Apr 22, 2015
“Today, major religious groups reside on both sides of this issue and within many key groups—such as Catholics—support among rank and file members is now at odds with official church opposition.”
by Kay Steiger Mar 31, 2015
At a press conference, Pence said he abhorred discrimination, but his record points to something different.
by Judd Legum Feb 8, 2015
An extraordinary show of defiance.
by Emily Atkin Jan 4, 2015
Idaho's governor said that banning same-sex marriage is not about discrimination against gay couples -- it is about the children.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jan 2, 2015
According to the bishop, the Catholic Church "does not have to be exclusive nor does it have to close the door on a diversity of relationships whose inner qualities the church can acknowledge.”