As the 2016 race heats up, voters will want to know where the Republican Party stands on marriage.
It's tough out there for a nerd.
Portman, the first Republican U.S. senator to endorse marriage equality, says he'll run for reelection to the Senate instead.
Exit poll numbers from this month's election indicated less support than other surveys — but maybe because the electorate skewed Republican.
I was waiting for so much doom and gloom after 2012, but all I got was a lousy Prius (and I still can't speak much Arabic).
The antigay group says it will let voters know Portman wants to 'redefine marriage' because of his gay son.
LGBT voters of all races, genders, and economic levels are meeting more roadblocks to vote than anyone would have imagined in 2014.
Provisional and absentee ballots cast for California's 52nd district put Rep. Scott Peters over the top to keep his seat.
The election results may sting for some, but HRC president Chad Griffin says it's more important than ever to keep fighting on.
It wasn't all bad news for LGBT Texans Tuesday night — residents of Dallas will now be protected by a more robust nondiscrimination ordinance.