Reportedly short on cash and support, the U.S. senator from Kentucky ended his quest for the Republican nomination after a poor showing in Iowa.
Kentucky's Republican senator has some competition this fall in an out mayor from Lexington.
The antigay Kentucky clerk makes her case, once again, that a judge's order to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples violated her religious liberty.
Republican Jim Jordan of Ohio learned how his name was inexorably linked to the antigay Kentucky clerk the absolutely worst way: a reporter told him.
The often progressive National Catholic Reporter honors marriage equality plaintiffs Greg Bourke and Michael DeLeon, citing their 'witness as gay Catholics.'
He may have granted Kim Davis's Christmas wish, but Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin still faces a hefty bill to pay the attorneys who struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
'The Lord picks the unlikely source to convey the message,' the antigay clerk claims in a new AP interview.