U.S. Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler has given birth to a "miracle" baby that doctors said would not survive.
San Antonio has become the latest city to pass a non-discrimination ordinance giving special protections to homosexuals.
Walmart has announced that it will extend healthcare and other benefits to the domestic partners of its non-married employees — including to homosexual partners.
An Oregon bakery has closed following an attack by homosexual activists angered over its owners' refusal to bake a wedding cake for a pair of lesbians.
Secretary of State John Kerry has called on Iran to aid in the return of three U.S. citizens being held there, including Iranian-American pastor Saeed Abedini.
Two months after helping to strike down key elements of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has officiated at a homosexual "wedding."
An atheist group has challenged plans of Princeton, N.J., to place a 9/11 memorial — made from a World Trade Center beam — on city property because it includes a cross.
The federal government has announced that homosexual “married” pairs will now be extended the same tax benefits as traditional married couples.
A Pennsylvania woman has been charged with the brutal murder of her newborn in the bathroom stall of a local sports bar.
A court in Iran has denied the appeal of a U.S. citizen and pastor who was sentenced in January to eight years in an Iranian prison.