Texas AG 'Pleased' Ethics Probe Over Gay Marriage DismissedThe complaint accused Paxton of encouraging government officials to break the law in the face of the Supreme Court ruling.
Jack Evans, Partner In 1st Gay Marriage In Dallas, DiesAfter being together for some 56 years, but only getting married last year, one part of a historic Dallas couple is gone. Jack Evans, the man who with his partner became the first gay couple to marry in Dallas, has died.
Texas Supreme Court Upholds Court-Ordered Gay MarriageThe Texas Supreme Court has dismissed the state's effort to overturn an Austin lesbian couple's marriage that came months before same-sex weddings were legalized nationwide.
Fight Over Gay Marriage, Equal Rights Laws Renews In TexasTexas Republicans wanting religious objection laws are getting guidance from the state attorney general, who is under an ethics investigation for telling government officials they could refuse to issue same-sex marriage licenses.
Texas Man Who Disrupted Supreme Court Gay Marriage Arguments To Be SentencedA protester who disrupted historic arguments over gay marriage at the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to be sentenced.
Judge Recognizes 1st Common-Law Same-Sex Marriage In TexasA judge has become the first to officially recognize a common-law same-sex marriage in Texas.
Protester From Mansfield Disrupts Gay Marriage Case; Takes Plea DealRives Miller Grogan of Mansfield, pleaded guilty Friday in federal court in Washington. Grogan was arrested on April 28 after he yelled in the courtroom that the Bible says gay marriage supporters "could burn in hell for eternity."
Supreme Court Rules Against Clerk In Gay Marriage CaseThe U.S. Supreme Court has ruled against a Kentucky county clerk who says her Christian faith should exempt her from having to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Granbury Gay Marriage Lawsuit SettledLawyers for a gay couple who sued a Texas county clerk who denied them a marriage license on religious grounds say their case has been settled.
Paxton No Longer Facing Contempt HearingThe possibility of Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton being held in contempt of court for impeding gay rights diminished Monday after a lawyer said the state agreed to update vital records policies for same-sex couples.
Paxton Says He Shouldn't Have To Go To CourtTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton has again told a federal judge that he shouldn't have to personally appear before him and contest being held in contempt of court.
Ex-Broadcaster Craig James Sues Fox Sports Over FiringFormer college football television analyst Craig James on Monday filed a religious discrimination lawsuit against Fox Sports that contends he was fired because he had expressed opposition to gay marriage during a failed run for the U.S. Senate.