Texas lawmakers want to force the state to openly defy the U.S. Supreme Court. What could go wrong?
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.
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.
The full Texas legislature is expected to OK a bill today exempting 'religious organizations' from serving same-sex couples, while the House debates a bill designed to circumvent a Supreme Court marriage equality ruling.
LGBT people are in the fight of their lives in Texas, but San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor says that’s all just a waste of time.
A Galveston woman can no longer list her bed and breakfast on the lodging site after telling two men they weren't welcome in her home.
A bill that would allow Lone Star State clergy to refuse to marry same-sex couples gave fiery pastors an opportunity to preach in the state house against marriage equality.
Matthew Hileman originally sued for discrimination after hearing a coworker say trans employees would get an 'ass-whooping' and being called an antigay slur.
Mother Rachel Giordano stands by her 5-year-old 'tomboy' daughter Maddie, after being told by a salesperson that her support promotes the girl's 'wrong behavior.'