Sen. Cory Booker (D., N.J.) announced in dramatic fashion Friday his intent not to vote to confirm Mike Pompeo as secretary of state in a Facebook post.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R.) announced his resignation from the Country Music Association (CMA) Foundation board of directors on Thursday, only one day after his appointment, because of backlash generated in response to his social views.
Donald Trump Jr. on Tuesday rebuked U.S. figure skater Adam Rippon for saying that he does not want his experience at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games “being about Mike Pence” despite publicly criticizing the vice president.
A California bakery owner can refuse to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples, and forcing her to comply with their requests violates her rights to free speech and free exercise of religion, a judge ruled this week.
A prominent Anglican minister on Thursday urged Christians to pray for Prince George—the four-year-old son of Prince William and his wife Catherine, and third in line to the British throne—to be gay to advance the cause of same-sex marriage.
Sen. Patrick Leahy (D., Vt.) responded Wednesday to stories about his criticism of a federal judicial nominee’s past tweets, saying they are “no laughing matter” and show the nominee would dispense unequal justice.
A Christian pro-life group was kicked out of a Seattle coffee shop by the owner, Ben Borgman, who told the group, “I’m gay, you have to leave.”
Australia’s prime minister said Tuesday that he supports legalizing same-sex marriage in a possible nationwide vote, and he expects the Australian people to vote with him.
Advisers to Hillary Clinton privately rejected the Democratic nominee’s excuse that Bill Clinton backed the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act as a defensive measure to prevent anti-gay activists from “going further” in barring same-sex couples from getting married, according to emails published by WikiLeaks on Monday.
The New York Times published an editorial Wednesday that cast blame for Omar Mateen’s rampage at a gay Orlando night club on the Republican Party, arguing his crime occurred in an environment where “bigotry is allowed to fester.”