By no longer supporting a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, the former tech CEO became arguably the most LGBT-supportive GOP candidate.
The Ohio senator, a marriage equality supporter and father of a gay son, is in a good spot to advocate that the party drop its opposition, says CNN's John King.
Interviewed on Fox News Sunday, Carson said it's 'an open question' as to whether the president can ignore Supreme Court rulings.
In a hilarious 'game,' Jon Stewart points up the hypocrisy of antigay Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.
As if being just 18 weren't enough of a challenge, Luke Holland of Birmingham decided to come out in the middle of his election campaign.
The retired surgeon running for president claims the chief executive doesn't have to recognize judicial rulings — showing he lacks an understanding of the U.S. Constitution.
On The Daily Show Tuesday, Jon Stewart hilariously let viewers know that a few recently announced Republican presidential candidates have no chance of winning.
More than 60 percent are just fine with the idea of a gay person running for president.
The former Arkansas governor and founder of 'Chick Fil-A Appreciation Day' enters the already-crowded GOP field for 2016 presidential candidates.