A Federal Appeals Court has upheld a contempt order against Rowan Co. clerk Kim Davis for defying a federal judge's order to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples after it was legalized by the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Vatican is confirming that the only "audience" the pope had while he was in Washington was with a former student and his family: Yayo Grassi, an openly gay Argentine who visited Francis with his longtime partner and some friends.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear's lawyers are using the words "absurd," ''forlorn" and "obtuse" to describe the legal arguments a county clerk has used to avoid issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Gay couples in Kentucky say altered marriage licenses issued by a county clerk are invalid and a federal judge should order her office to reissue them or put the office in receivership and have someone else do it.
The husband of Kim Davis - the Kentucky county clerk who went to jail for her refusal to issue marriage licenses - will be part of a Thursday rally in Nashville organized by the Tennessee Pastors Network.
A federal appeals court reiterated that embattled Kentucky clerk Kim Davis "has not demonstrated a substantial likelihood of success" in her legal bid to exempt her office from licensing same-sex marriages.
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis was not at work Wednesday, a day after being let out of jail. The question is: when Davis does go back to work, will she interfere with the issuing of marriage licenses to same-sex couples, once again defying a federal judge’s order?