Democrats Cory Booker and Sherrod Brown delivered impassioned speeches on the Senate floor.
Rubio is the latest Republican presidential candidate to announce his bid, but he's already racked up an extensive antigay record.
In a GOP field already crowded with right-wing candidates seeking the 2016 presidential nomination, some position Florida Sen. Marco Rubio as a moderate — but he's not when it comes to LGBT equality.
After Hillary Clinton’s long-anticipated announcement that she’s running for president, celebrities began burning up the Twittersphere with comments ranging from earnest to humorous.
Asa Hutchinson thinks the revised 'religious freedom' bill is enough to protect gay and transgender people.
The former House majority leader claims to love those who 'have chosen to be homosexuals' but 'abhor the sin.'
On Meet the Press, Jindal also dodges a question about an even harsher measure proposed in his state, Louisiana.
The Kentucky senator says he is a 'different kind of Republican' — but his past statements on LGBT equality indicate more of the same.
Rick Santorum's latest head-scratching appearance includes his typical circular logic, compounded by the use of antigay slur on national TV — on Easter Sunday, no less.
Mike Pence is supposed to be a fiscally minded conservative, but he nearly screwed his state over royally. He should take some cues from Apple's out CEO.