Some of the talking heads on Fox News are appalled by Arizona's pending 'license to discriminate' law — but some of their colleagues think such legislation is just dandy.
Members of Inter/Act, a group of young intersex writers and advocates, have drafted an open letter about what 'intersex' is and what it means to have that gender option on Facebook.
People magazine and the Just Jared website, both led by gay journalists, ban use of unauthorized paparazzi photos of celebrities' kids.
An Arizona state senator and gubernatorial hopeful is no match for Anderson Cooper in a debate over a 'religious freedom' bill.
The civil rights activist shares his thoughts after a near-death decision in an intensive care unit
Fox's Erick Erickson critiques colleague Kirsten Powers on laws that would allow businesses to use religion to justify discrimination against LGBT people.
Roberts's winning personality has viewers hooked, making her the most popular a.m. host, based on an index of celebrity appeal. And Sam Champion is number 2.
Sarah Kate Ellis outlined the organization's goals and challenges in an interview with Thomas Roberts on Morning Joe.
The detention of investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald's partner, David Miranda, was appropriate under U.K. law, a court rules. Miranda vows to appeal.
Jarrett lambasted Lemon for criticizing the verdict in the Michael Dunn trial, and Lemon responded strongly.
Rachel Maddow notes that federal court rulings for marriage equality are coming at 'lightning speed,' and she discusses the implications with law professor Kenji Yoshino.