The detention of investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald's partner, David Miranda, was appropriate under U.K. law, a court rules. Miranda vows to appeal.
The governing board of the Virginia association overseeing high school athletics recently adopted a policy that would allow trans participation in athletics, but the stipulations could make it tough for some students to take advantage.
A writer argues that Christianity helped pave the way for marriage equality in the U.S.
Jarrett lambasted Lemon for criticizing the verdict in the Michael Dunn trial, and Lemon responded strongly.
Dave Agema says calls for his resignation from the Republican National Committee are the devil's work, and he reiterates that the U.S. should adopt a 'gay propaganda' law like Russia's.
Chattanooga, Tenn., City Council member Chris Anderson claims those behind an effort to recall him have an antigay agenda.
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.
In her coming-out speech, Page referred to an online article that said she dresses 'like a massive man,' without naming the source — but a media sleuth has revealed it.
Dmitry Kiselyov last year said gay people should not be organ or blood donors, and if they die in an accident, their hearts should be buried or burned to prevent transplantation.