Republicans try to use a secular argument to counter the pope's statement about global warming.
Tags: catholic, religion, pope francis, global warming, environment, buddhist, science, galileo, school, history, republicans, rick santorum, jeb bush, candidates, church and state, same-sex marriage, exxon, oil, lobbyists, energy, popes
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.
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.
Tags: jessica williams, on location, same-sex marriage, lgbt, supreme court, protests, man on the street, religion, christian, school, legalization, civil rights, laws, fashion, google, discrimination
The Supreme Court hears the strongest arguments that opponents to same-sex marriage can muster.
Tags: same-sex marriage, lgbt, supreme court, trials/hearings, legalization, marriage, laws, anthony kennedy, civil rights, history, animals, fashion, lawyers, kids, parents, senior citizens, sex, constitution, sexism, men/women
Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt wages a holy war against the FCC, gays and demons in the White House.
Tags: democrats, midterm elections, elections, barack obama, colorado, campaigns, lgbt, discrimination, christianity, religion, same-sex marriage, divorce, jesus, supernatural, fcc, exorcism, republicans
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.
Tags: supreme court, lgbt, same-sex marriage, trials/hearings, laws, civil rights, republicans, john boehner, california, candidates, conservative, polls, voters, christian, aging, george will, racism, slavery, history, documentaries, lookin' good
"Redeeming the Dream" authors David Boies and Theodore B. Olson make the case for marriage equality.
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.
Tags: tip/wag, same-sex marriage, christian, discrimination, science, brazil, penises, fox news, eric bolling, dana perino, conspiracies, international affairs, obama administration, shopping, bugs, lgbt
Homophobia manages to ruin even divorce, retirement and death for same-sex couples.
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