And then there were three. The former U.S. senator and governor of Rhode Island today announced he's ending his bid for the Democratic nomination.
The vice president acknowledged that his family's process of grieving his son has 'closed the window' on running an effective presidential campaign.
Ted Cruz now has the head of 'governmental affairs' of a leading hate group in his corner, and he couldn't be more proud.
Tell us whether Hillary and Bernie need a little more competition.
Twelve-year-old Olivia's handwritten letter — with emoticons — will give you the feels. And yes, Clinton responded.
The Republican presidential candidate has clarified his comments about workplace discrimination that were roundly criticized as saying gays should stay in the closet.
Mike Huckabee forgets all of his past antigay rhetoric in a new interview with CNBC.
The organization known as Freedom for All Americans is working to create the next generation of LGBT leaders.
The pharmaceutical CEO, who recently hiked the cost of an AIDS drug, had hoped to parlay his contribution into a private meeting with the presidential candidate.
The Late Show host teamed up with the The Brink actor to create a generic — and hilarious — new political tune.