Ted Olson, one of the powerhouse attorneys behind the legal challenge to California's antigay Prop.
Four mainstream newspapers in Washington State came out in support of Referendum 74, the bipartisan effort to maintain marriage equality in the northwestern state.
Tammy Baldwin now has a three point lead over her GOP challenger in the battle to win one of Wisconsin's Senate seats, according to a poll sponsored by a Democratic political action committee.
Alexander Nicholson shares the back-and-forth that went on behind the scenes between gay activists, Congress members, the Pentagon, and the president in the months leading up to the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell."
It's not OK with Judge Bill Graves, who claims medical procedures cannot change the gender God meant a person to be.
The antigay former senator and presidential hopeful makes a surprising admission.
A profile of Denny Rehberg highlights an attempt at humor by giving a colleague a gift package with a stuffed sheep, a book on cross-dressing, and a Village People CD.
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank wrote that it was a "mistake" for Ryan to have attended a summit hosted by the antigay Family Research Council.
Justice Not Politics Action is pushing for voters to retain Justice David Wiggins, who has been targeted by a right-wing group over his support for marriage equality.
In the wake of Frank's statements against gay GOPer Richard Tisei, Victory Fund says it's important to have out reps from both parties.
Trans equality activists are disappointed with Anderson Cooper for featuring what they call a sensational story on his daytime talk show.