Republicans try to use a secular argument to counter the pope's statement about global warming.
Mexico legalizes gay marriage, prompting Larry to roll retro footage from his 70s-era cable show.
Dennis Hastert allegedly pays $1.7 million to conceal sexual misconduct with a high school student.
Reality TV star Josh Duggar admits to molesting his younger sisters when he was 14.
Gay marriage becomes legal in Ireland, and gun violence erupts at a biker gang meeting in Texas.
Rand Paul discusses the challenge of upholding religious liberty without undermining civil rights.
Jessica Williams investigates a dying breed of protesters: same-sex marriage opponents.
The Supreme Court hears the strongest arguments that opponents to same-sex marriage can muster.
A federal judge strikes down the ban on same-sex marriage in Stephen's home state of South Carolina.
Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt wages a holy war against the FCC, gays and demons in the White House.
As same-sex marriage gains support in the U.S., the Vatican adopts a welcoming stance toward gays.
Jessica Williams reports on how the Catholic Church makes use of technology during exorcisms.
Republicans begrudgingly begin to tolerate same-sex marriage, but Al Madrigal is not impressed.
Republican John Boehner angers conservative groups by raising money for an openly gay politician.
Same-sex marriage becomes legal in 30 states, and non-experts become key players in court decisions.
Same-sex marriage makes Kurt Metzger a little nervous.
"Redeeming the Dream" authors David Boies and Theodore B. Olson make the case for marriage equality.
Polls show that a record number of Americans believe in legalizing same-sex marriage.
Idaho's colorful candidates for governor square off on topics such as Chernobyl and evil spirits.
An embroidery shop refuses to serve gays, and Fox News's Dana Perino embarrasses a colleague.