Within moments of the announcement that, by a 61% margin, the Boy Scouts of America would be dropping its ban on gay scouts, denominations and faith groups offered their reactions.
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Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office investigators have arrested a Baton Rouge man in connection with the murders of a couple whose bodies were discovered days after their deaths.
She’s a leading candidate to be New York’s next mayor. She’s already one of its top Irish-American officials.
A Maryland state Senate committee on Thursday struck down a bill that would have banned anti-transgender discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodation.
U.S. Rep. Linda Sánchez (D-Calif.) on Thursday re-introduced the Safe Schools Improvement Act in the U.S. House, a bill to help ensure a safe learning environment at schools nationwide and provide necessary resources to prevent school bullying and reduce the rising drop-out rate.
As France’s divisive gay marriage bill heads to the Senate in early April, police in Paris have refused to grant opponents to the proposed law the right to march on the capital’s historic Champs Elysées, highlighting security reasons.
Chief Justice John Roberts preserved one of President Barack Obama's main legacies—and helped forge his own—by largely upholding the president's health-care law last year.
Nine days after the city of Royal Oak passed an anti-discrimination ordinance, a group put together enough signatures to prevent it from taking effect.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe legalized same-sex marriage in the U.S. is inevitable, according to a study by LifeWay Research, a Nashville polling firm with ties to the Southern Baptist Convention.