Republican governor Chris Christie filed an emergency appeal with the New Jersey Supreme Court Thursday, asking the court to delay the start of marriage equality until his appeal in an ongoing state court challenge is resolved. If the Supreme Court denies Christie's request, same-sex marriages could begin October 21.
The latest fund-raising email from Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli's gubernatorial campaign trots out the politician's wife to employ some standard right-wing scare tactics.
The Vicar of the Christ personally responded to a letter from a group of gay Roman Catholics.
U.S. attorney general Eric Holder filed a complaint against In Toone Services, accusing the park of evicting a woman on the basis of her gender identity.
Reacting to the passage of a transgender rights law in California, the antigay televangelist expressed incredulity about the LGBT community's influence and talked about the gelding of his stallion.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill that will help facilitate legal name changes for transgender Californians, as the state's Republican leaders are calling for repeal of another law, which protects trans teens.
N.J. state senator Barbara Buono, Chris Christie's gubernatorial opponent, told the governor that her daughter 'is not a political agenda' during a Tuesday debate.
The N.J. governor told the customer that marriage equality is not a human rights issue and reiterated his stance that voters should decide.
In its first day back in session, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review an appeal of Dixon v. University of Toledo, involving an administrator who was fired for antigay remarks.