By News Desk
He is suspended until 2019, the end of his term on the state's highest court.
By Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine is predicting that the Roman Catholic Church may eventually change its opposition to gay marriage.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Wednesday, Alabama state Chief Justice Roy Moore urged local officials to deny marriage licenses to same-sex couples, saying the Supreme Court decision is at odds at his court's earlier rulings, causing confusion. Also, the Republican-led House…
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
Judge Scott Johansen had issued an order this week to take the 9-month-old baby from the custody of April Hoagland and Beckie Peirce and said that the child would do better with a heterosexual family.
By Joshua Barajas
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 Associated Press
Defiant Kentucky clerk Kim Davis stood on a stage in a Washington, D.C., hotel Friday night and spread her arms triumphantly. "I am only one, but we are many," she exclaimed to the crowd, and thanked God for the courage…
Kim Davis, the defiant Kentucky clerk who was jailed for refusing to provide marriage licenses to same-sex couples, returned to work Monday morning.
In our news wrap Tuesday, a Kentucky clerk who had been jailed for five days for refusing to provide marriage licenses to gay couples was released. Also, Hillary Clinton said she is sorry about using a private email server as…
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