'We Will Burn': Texas Pastor to Set Himself Aflame if Marriage Equality Wins

Texas Pastor to Set Himself Aflame if Marriage Wins

The architect of a massive effort to challenge a pro-LGBT ruling by the Supreme Court has also offered to be shot.

Houston Activists Upset After Sheriff Ends LGBT Liaison Program

Houston Activists Upset After Sheriff Ends LGBT Liaison Program

Activists worry that new sheriff of Harris County, which includes Houston, will be less responsive than his predecessor to LGBT concerns.

Texas Oil Executive Arrested in Attack on Gay Couple

Texas Oil Executive Arrested in Attack on Gay Couple

The head of an oil company stands accused of knocking a man unconscious after referring to him with an antigay slur.

Rick Perry Saddles Up for Second Presidential Run

Rick Perry Saddles Up for Second Presidential Run

Hang on to your hats, folks — it's going to be a bumpy ride to 2016.

Surprising No One, Texas State Senate Reaffirms Opposition to Marriage Equality

Texas: 'Here We Are Again, Discriminating Against Gay People'

Same-sex marriages already are prohibited by the Texas Constitution. But senators say they wanted to make a point by voting to ban gay marriage. Again.

Texas House OK's Bill Giving Antigay Pastors Protections They Already Have

Texas: Giving Antigay Pastors Protections They Already Have

The bill, considered by some to be unnecessary, received tentative approval in the Texas House today.

WATCH: Texas Forcing a Supreme Court Standoff Over Marriage

Texas Readies Supreme Standoff Over Marriage

Texas lawmakers want to force the state to openly defy the U.S. Supreme Court. What could go wrong?

Texas Antigay Bill Dies As Session Ends

Texas Antigay Bill Dies As Midnight Deadline Passes

Democrats in the Austin Statehouse successfully slow-played a House bill that would have banned state, county and local officials from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

WATCH: Texas Attorney General Unsure If He'll Listen to Supreme Court on Marriage

Texas AG Unsure If He'll Listen to SCOTUS on Marriage

As Texas considers more antigay bills, Attorney General Ken Paxton gets ornery over questions about abiding by a potential pro-equality ruling from the Supreme Court.

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