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Kim Davis Update :: No Compromise, She Remains in Jail

Sep 3
The latest on the county clerk in Kentucky who has refused to issue marriage licenses since the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage.

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Kim Davis Update :: No Compromise, She Remains in Jail

NATIONAL | Sep 3
The latest on the county clerk in Kentucky who has refused to issue marriage licenses since the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage.

Kim Davis May Avoid Jail As Deputies Agree to Follow Law

NATIONAL | Sep 3
A federal judge ordered a defiant county clerk to jail Thursday for refusing court orders to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, but five of her deputy clerks later agreed to follow the law, setting up possible resolution.

White House Weighs in on Kentucky County Clerk Case: 'No One Is Above the Law'

NATIONAL | Sep 3
The White House says no one is above the law, including a Kentucky county clerk who was sent to jail for contempt after refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.

More Officials in North Carolina Refuse to Perform Marriages

NATIONAL | Sep 3
The number of North Carolina magistrates refusing to perform weddings has more than doubled in recent weeks.

Most Rowan County Clerks Agree to Issue Licenses

NATIONAL | Sep 3
Five of the six deputy clerks in a Kentucky county say they will issue marriage licenses to gay couples, despite their boss' refusal to do so.

Judge Reminded Davis of Her Sworn Oath Before Sending Her to Jail

NATIONAL | Sep 3
We're guessing she missed the "so help me God" part.

Trump Signs Pledge to Back GOP's 2016 Presidential Nominee

POLITICS | By Steve Peoples | Sep 3
Presidential candidate Donald Trump ruled out the prospect of a third-party White House bid Thursday and vowed to support the Republican Party's next presidential nominee - whoever it may be.

Hate Group Leader Calls on Kentucky Gov. to Accommodate Defiant Clerk

NATIONAL | Sep 3
Tony Perkins of the anti-gay hate group Family Research Council issued a statement calling on Governor Steve Beshear and the State Legislature to accommodate Davis' right to discriminate according to her faith.

Judge Says He Didn't Think Fine Would Work For County Clerk

NATIONAL | Sep 3
A federal judge says he didn't think fining a defiant Kentucky clerk would force her to comply with his order to issue marriage licenses.

North Dakota Frat Probed in Alleged Assault, Anti-Gay Taunts

NATIONAL | Sep 3
A University of North Dakota fraternity chapter has been placed on limited operations pending a police investigation into whether a gay man was assaulted and subjected to taunts about his sexual orientation.

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