Kim Davis filed for re-election last week, according to documents on the Secretary of State's website. She had announced in November she planned to seek a second term.
By Associated Press
In our news wrap Wednesday, Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore tried to go on the offensive to counter women who say he sexually molested or pursued them as teens. Also, the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau…
By PBS NewsHour
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine is predicting that the Roman Catholic Church may eventually change its opposition to gay marriage.
By Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press
As the Supreme Court wraps up a very busy term, there’s a familiar face who won’t be returning to argue cases before the court next fall. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, the Obama administration’s top lawyer who defended Obamacare and argued…
By PBS NewsHour
Ted Osius’ path to becoming U.S. ambassador to Vietnam began with bicycle diplomacy, soon after relations with Hanoi were restored in 1995. As a consular officer, he pedaled the countryside and endeared himself to the Vietnamese. Osius is gay and…
By Michael D. Regan
Alabama's chief supreme court justice was suspended by a judicial oversight committee on Friday for issuing an order that required probate courts to deny applications for marriage licenses for same-sex couples.
The Vatican issued a statement Friday that said Pope Francis' Sept. 24 meeting with Kim Davis in Washington, D.C., was not a direct endorsement of her views.
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
After a string of sunny seasons gripped by controversy, crises and plummeting popularity, the summer of 2015 has been among the most productive stretches of Obama's presidency.
By Timothy Chi
What will happen to the wedding industry now that the Supreme Court has legalized same-sex marriage? Timothy Chi, CEO and co-founder of WeddingWire, explains.
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