Two out candidates vying for statewide seats won their primary challenges Tuesday night.
The Democratic governor of Hawaii offered reporters a theory on why he lost reelection.
The antigay minister has submitted enough valid petition signatures to get him on the ballot as an independent.
An onstage kiss between the aspiring lieutenant governor of Massachusetts and his partner went unremarked on, demonstrating how far U.S. politics has come in a short period of time.
A Utah journalist-activist is calling on Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to retract support for the state's attorney general and make a donation to his opponent.
The co-host of The View is on her way out at the show and already regretting some things she's said.
Brett Smiley, the gay mayoral candidate in Providence, R.I., reflects on the impact of his groundbreaking campaign ad, which depicted the normalcy of a same-sex marriage.
Someone who was kicked out of the Navy for his extremist religious view can still win a Republican primary in some places.
If the law allows same-sex marriage, siblings will try to marry each other, claims a Wisconsin congressional hopeful.
On the heels of receiving HRC's endorsement, Collins joins the small number of Republicans on the side of equality.