Religious leaders in the Spanish-speaking Carribbean nation called on the faithful to wear all black on Monday in protest of President Obama's nomination of openly gay James Brewster as U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic.
Seven gay and lesbian couples from Montana are challenging the state's discriminatory laws.
Cuccinelli's site takes the angle that the antisodomy law must stay in tact to protect children.
A long debate in the United Kingdom has ended with a royal blessing.
For the first time in history, the federal government is standing behind transgender employees who say they've been discriminated against because of their gender identity.
Official proponents of California's Proposition 8 had filed an emergency petition asking the state's highest court to halt the issuing of marriage licenses to same-sex couples. The court denied that request Monday afternoon.
The Cincinnati Enquirer captures the touching story of Jim Obergefell and his husband John Arthur, who was diagnosed with ALS, but still managed to travel to Maryland to formalize their 20-year-partnership in marriage.