WATCH: Rachel Maddow on Russia's American-Made Antigay Climate
October 11 2013 11:52 AM ET

WATCH: Rachel Maddow on NOM's Meddling in Russia

Sunnivie Brydum

The out MSNBC anchor contends that 'a virulently antigay Russia' was 'made in America.'

Cuccinelli Campaign Warns Clergy Could be Imprisoned for 'Teaching Christian Morals'
October 10 2013 3:19 PM ET

Cuccinelli Campaign Warns Clergy Could be Imprisoned for 'Teaching Christian Morals'

Sunnivie Brydum

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.

San Antonio Councilwoman Chan Seeks Higher Office
October 09 2013 5:05 PM ET

San Antonio Councilwoman Seeks Higher Office

Nicholas Cimarusti

San Antonio City Council member Elisa Chan submitted a letter of resignation Monday in order to run for state Senate. Chan made national news for her antigay remarks in a secretly recorded meeting.

Supreme Court Rejects Univ. Administrator's Appeal of Firing After Antigay Speech
October 09 2013 1:24 PM ET

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal of Firing Over Antigay Speech

Daniel Reynolds

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.

Supreme Court Dismisses Ken Cuccinelli’s Sodomy Law Appeal
October 08 2013 6:01 PM ET

Maddow: SCOTUS Dismisses Cuccinelli's Sodomy Ban

Jase Peeples

Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli's campaign suffered another setback after the Supreme Court dismissed the Republican gubernatorial candidate’s appeal to reinstate Virginia's sodomy law.

Anderson Cooper Fires Back After GOP Rep Accuses Him of Journalistic Bias
October 08 2013 3:33 PM ET

WATCH: Anderson Cooper Slams GOP Rep. Alleging Bias

Jase Peeples

'When you’re not on Fox News, you get contentious interviews,' Cooper told Republican congressman Raul Labrador during a heated exchange Monday.

Scalia Knows (Closeted) Homosexuals
October 07 2013 12:41 PM ET

Scalia Says He Has (Closeted) Gay Friends

Sunnivie Brydum

In a wide-ranging interview with New York magazine, the senior-most Supreme Court justice discussed profanity, the Internet, the devil, and the gay people in his life who haven't come out to him. 

Out Pa. Rep. Brian Sims Responds to Gov.'s Incest Comparison
October 04 2013 4:29 PM ET

Out Rep. Brian Sims Responds to Gov.'s Incest Comparison

Nicholas Cimarusti

Pennsylvania Rep. Brian Sims wrote a Facebook status update in response to governor Tom Corbett's interview on Friday, in which the Republican governor compared same-sex marriage to incest.

WATCH: Christie's Opponent Supports Marriage Equality
October 04 2013 2:11 PM ET

WATCH: Christie's Opponent Supports Marriage Equality

Nicholas Cimarusti

A new ad for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's Democratic opponent, Barbara Buono, doubles as an endorsement for marriage equality.

Russian Court: Protester Can't Be Prosecuted Under 'Gay Propaganda' Law
October 03 2013 6:34 PM ET

Lesbian Can't Be Fined Under Local Russian 'Propaganda' Law

Sunnivie Brydum

LGBT advocates say the ruling in a local court could have implications for the nationwide law banning 'propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations.'

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