A judge's ruling on marriage equality may affect at least 5,400 same-sex couples across the state of Missouri.
A state judge will hear oral arguments for and against Missouri's constitutional amendment prohibiting the recognition of legal same-sex marriages in a court in Jackson County today.
He's the same officer who tangled with out CNN anchor Don Lemon last week, and Lemon brought to light the video of the cop's speech.
Michael Sam's historic recruitment may help boost efforts to gain LGBT rights in Missouri.
A Missouri school district issued a letter to parents last week, informing them of another student's transgender status and asking fellow students to avoid bullying. But did the district violate federal law in the process?
The Missouri Baptist Convention and other marriage equality opponents want to keep same-sex couples from filing joint tax returns.
Hannibal-LaGrange University initially accepted Chase Martinson's application for readmission — but then administrators discovered he was gay.
LGBT organizations are taking aim at discriminatory marriage laws in two traditionally conservative states.
State representative Nick Marshall is calling for the impeachment of Missouri governor Jay Nixon, after the latter's decision last week to allow married gay and lesbian couples to file state tax returns jointly.