Clay Aiken's Democratic Rival Unexpectedly Dies

The former American Idol star will now go on to face GOP Rep. Renee Ellmers in the fall

Annise Parker Is Not Going Away

Annise Parker Is Not Going Away

A very visible lesbian activist of the 1980s became the three-term mayor of America’s fourth largest city — and in Texas. With her sights set on statewide office, is Annise Parker proof Texas politics have grown up?

WATCH: Louie Gohmert Compares LGBT Activists to Nazis

WATCH: Texas Rep. Compares LGBT Activists to Nazis

While the Texas congressman claimed that LGBT advocates are channelling Hitler's Third Reich, he contends that right-wing Americans like himself and the Benham brothers are just 'upset' at the deterioration of Judeo-Christian values.

Clay Aiken Race Still Too Close to Call

Clay Aiken Race Still Too Close to Call

The out candidate is ahead by fewer than 400 votes in his congressional primary.

Ky. AG, Marriage Equality Supporter, Will Run for Governor

Ky. AG, Marriage Equality Supporter, Will Run for Governor

Jack Conway, who refused to appeal a decision striking down Kentucky's same-sex marriage ban, thinks that decision will not be a liability in the governor's race.

WATCH: Correspondents' Dinner a Mixed Bag

WATCH: Correspondents' Dinner a Mixed Bag

Joel McHale bombed with a routine that featured some LGBT-related material, President Obama showed restraint, and Joe Biden and Julia Louis-Dreyfus stole the show.

N.C.: Anti-Marriage Equality Pol Was Once Drag Performer

N.C.: Anti-Marriage Equality Pol Was Once Drag Performer

Former drag performer Steve Wiles campaigned for North Carolina's anti-marriage equality amendment in 2012, and now he's running for State Senate.

S.D. Lawmaker Posts Diatribe Against Gay Sex

S.D. Lawmaker Posts Diatribe Against Gay Sex

Some of his wording: 'a one-way alley meant only for the garbage truck to go down.'

Politician Dumps GOP Over Marriage Discrimination

Politician Dumps GOP Over Marriage Discrimination

A Michigan lawmaker announced that he will leave the Republican Party because of its discriminatory stance on marriage equality as well as what he called 'taxpayer abuse.'

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