The Advocate has all the latest stories and breaking news on Kim Davis, the antigay Rowan County, Kentucky clerk who served jail time after being found in contempt of court for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
She's baaaack. The Kentucky county clerk says same-sex couples mistreated her when she refused to issue them licenses.
A federal appeals court ruled that since the governor has removed her and other county clerks' names from marriage licenses, she has not suffered irreparable harm.
The leader of the anti-LGBT legal nonprofit says he “certainly” wants “to push back” on the Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling.
The Liberty Counsel offered its legal services to North Carolina—for free.
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, who has been controversial as the Vatican's ambassador to the U.S., is on his way out, sources say.
State senators passed a bill Thursday that creates two marriage license applications — one for same-sex couples and another for straight couples.
Like her Kentucky cohort in clerking, this proud Texan refuses to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, comparing herself to those who opposed the Nazis.