It’s been more than two years since Rowan County, KY, clerk Kim Davis earned international infamy—and a brief jail stint—for refusing to issue a marriage license to two men with a legal right to tie the knot. Now, one of those men, David Ermold, has announced that he will run for Davis’ seat next year and try to oust…
Remember Kim Davis? The Rowan County, KY, clerk whose homophobia “prevented” her from doing her job?
On Thursday, Kentucky's state Senate voted in favor of a bill that would ask Kentucky courthouses to offer two marriage license forms: One referring to the members of the couple as "first party and second party," and another referring to them as "bride" and "groom."
The group that backed Kentucky clerk Kim Davis in her battle against same-sex marriage has now turned its attention to a Wisconsin school that attempted to teach children about transgender issues.
Casey Davis is the court clerk for Casey County, Kentucky. Like Kim Davis—with whom he shares no relation—Casey Davis objected to the Supreme Court's June ruling on same-sex marriage on religious grounds, and in response, he refused to issue marriage licenses to any couples in his county.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has labeled the Liberty Counsel, the law firm representing Kim Davis in her quest to continue breaking federal law under the auspices of religious liberty, as a hate group.
Pope Francis made waves back in 2013 after he mildly suggested that it was OK for gay Catholics to join the priesthood.
A county clerk who's a Democrat in Kentucky is jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. She's embraced by the Republican party. What happens next will amaze you!
Um, so remember when Kim Davis told Good Morning America that she totally has gay friends? It turns out that she was telling the truth.
Republican presidential hopeful Bobby Jindal is glad police officers are being careful—careful enough to arrest a 14-year-old for building a clock and bringing it to school.
It's Monday morning, which means that somewhere in Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk Kim Davis is returning to work after a court-mandated vacation (in jail). But, before she walks through those doors and gets back to business, she might drive past a billboard that has been put up to mock her position on marriage equality.