Anti-Gay Alabama Judge Roy Moore Swears He Has Lots of Gay Friends

Earlier this week, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore tried a last-ditch, unsuccessful effort to stop gay marriage in the state, directing state and officials and employees to just not grant marriage licenses, in defiance of a recent federal ruling. But Moore, who has called homosexuality "evil," wants you to know all… » 2/12/15 1:10pm 2/12/15 1:10pm

Alabama Chief Justice Tells Judges to Deny Gay Marriage Licenses

Albama's chief justice Judge Roy. S. Moore — once declared Man of the Year by Ann Coulter — issued a late-night order Sunday to the state's local officials, banning them from granting marriage licenses to gay couples. Same-sex marriages were set to begin in the state today, after Alabama's ban on gay marriage was… » 2/09/15 9:30am 2/09/15 9:30am

Judge Strikes Down Gay Marriage Ban in Alabama

A U.S. district judge struck down Alabama's ban on gay marriage after two Mobile women sued the state for refusing to recognize their California marriage. Cari Searcy and Kimberly McKeand, who have been together almost 15 years, sought legal recourse after Alabama denied Searcy's petition to legally adopt the couple's… » 1/24/15 11:10am 1/24/15 11:10am

Anti-Gay Group Wants Kagan and Ginsburg to Recuse from Marriage Case

The frothingly anti-gay American Family Association is pushing Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan to remove themselves from the upcoming case that will decide whether same-sex marriage is protected under the Constitution. They're arguing that both women have officiated at gay weddings, making… » 1/19/15 2:45pm 1/19/15 2:45pm

Jeb Bush Not Happy for Gorgeous, Legally Wedded Lesbians 

Jeb Bush is making all the noises necessary to run for president, which as a Republican nominee means suddenly coming out as sternly anti-gay. In an interview with the Miami Herald this weekend, he said he was disappointed a Florida state court had ruled to allow gay marriage. In 2012, Jeb suggested gay parents could… » 1/05/15 6:00pm 1/05/15 6:00pm

SCOTUS May Be Forced to Act After Gay Marriage Bans Upheld in 4 States

A panel on a federal appeals court in Cincinnati has ruled 2-1 that gay marriage bans in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee can remain in place. The ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit overturned lower courts who all said that gay marriage bans are unconstitutional; it's also the exact… » 11/07/14 10:50am 11/07/14 10:50am