In the race to replace John Boehner, it's a dismal run to the far right.
Will Caitlyn Jenner identify less with the Republican party the more she learns about their transgender policies?
The presidential hopeful was apparently unaware that transgender Americans can't serve openly in the armed forces, according to an interview with Fusion's Jorge Ramos.
With a sigh, the former Florida governor said the words he's been holding back for months: He's running for president.
In addition to Jenner's identity, the South Carolina Senator said he's also prepared to accept the Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage equality.
By no longer supporting a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, the former tech CEO became arguably the most LGBT-supportive GOP candidate.
Conservative leaders tended to dodge LGBT issues at this year's Conservative Political Action Conference, though a few extremists managed to make some noise.
The possible 2016 presidential contender doesn’t want the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on same-sex marriage bans. He’d rather just amend the U.S. Constitution to forbid them.
It's tough out there for a nerd.
A former spokesman for two Republican governors came out in the Washington Post this week, asking his fellow party members to evolve on marriage equality.