Immediately after Fox News' own decision desk called Ohio for Obama, Karl Rove had a fit.
After endorsing marriage equality, the editors of the Swift County Monitor-News in Benson, Minn., report losing a handful of subscribers.
Michelangelo Signorile has apologized for telling a gay Romney voter who called his radio show that he may as well have taken arsenic.
Nate Silver has finally found a polling model that shows Mitt Romney winning — not that he thinks it has any credibility.
The company behind The Seattle Times jumped into two of Washington's most closely watched political contests, running full-page ads supporting Republican gubernatorial hopeful Rob McKenna and the marriage equality initiative, Refendum 74, both at no cost to the campaigns.
The Daily Wildcat, student paper for the University of Arizona, is under fire for publishing a comic that seems to advocate and joke about killing gay people.
The Nevada Fox News Radio affiliate canceled the public policy talk show after the host conducted an interview with a Dallas-based LGBT activist.
Bill O'Reilly of Fox News seemed confused in an interview when told there's no basis for saying pedophilia is more of a gay problem than a straight one.
Several Christian and right-wing groups have asked Fox News and Bill O'Reilly to ban gay rights advocate Wayne Besen from the network.