Although Judge Callie Granade expanded a marriage case to the whole state on Thursday, she also put the ruling on hold until the Supreme Court rules on its pending marriage cases.
The two developments were announced Thursday in a closely watched transgender case out of California.
“There’s a good number from Indonesia, there are from Morocco, and other places around the world, many of whom aren’t looking for work in the United States. They’ve got other motives and we need to wake up to that.”
“Do you think street gang members spend more time watching Murphy Brown, or Terminator?” A look at the DNC’s surrogate oppo book in 1992.
The former defense secretary, now president of the Boy Scouts, called upon the organization to make a change “sooner rather than later.”
In a letter signed by 22 Democrats and one Republican, the senators call on Defense Secretary to implement named protections for gay, lesbian, and bisexual service members.
“Knowing now — and again, you never know at the time what you’re gonna find out years later — knowing now that the WMD were there, it probably — it would not have been appropriate to invade at that time.”
The Oklahoma Republican Party’s chairman has refused to fire an official who pleaded guilty to domestic violence, despite demands within the party for him to do so. Cruz is scheduled to speak at the party’s fundraiser on Friday.
Clinton hasn’t sharply criticized the economy under President Obama — unless she’s talking about small businesses. Then it’s “targeted credits and deductions” and an “excess in regulation and paperwork,” and sounding almost like a Republican.
Who’s the worst Republican presidential candidate according to King? Paul and Cruz!
Most GOP senators won’t be “standing with Rand” as Paul launched into what will likely be a very long floor speech on Wednesday to fight the Patriot Act.
“The fact is, if we’re going to single an area out for being dangerous, Atlanta would come far ahead of New York.”
‘Cause I’m a motorcycle man.
The state would be the first conservative state in decades to ban executions. Gov. Pete Ricketts says he will veto the bill — but it passed with a veto-proof majority.
“And my party is in a bad spot over this issue, and if we don’t wake up and get our heads in a better spot, we’re going to lose yet again.”
“And let me say for the record, I certainly do not trust the ayatollah.” Update: Johnson made similar comments two weeks ago.
“…it would be worse to go through a process and not get a consensus,” Senate Foreign Relations ranking member Ben Cardin said Wednesday.
A big, new administration report promoting administration deals as “Trade For A Greener World” promises new protections for endangered wildlife and plants. But the phrase “climate change” doesn’t appear.
Buffy Wicks, the head of Priorities USA, is in talks with the Clinton campaign about a senior role. She leaves the super PAC as Guy Cecil comes in.
“Even if we did have tourists, we’d shut them down several weeks prior, because it is still an active execution chamber. We want to be, and we will be, respectful of that,” the bill’s sponsor said.
“President Obama doesn’t understand America. Maybe that’s because he was raised in a radical family, much of the time overseas, and educated by people who saw only the worst in this country.”
And makes little news on policy or politics. “WHAT MAKES YOU SO SPECIAL?”
“They need defensible and secure borders and they’re a long way off from having that happen,” Walker said of Israel Tuesday.
Huckabee said this year that workers would “take it in the backside” under President Obama’s trade deal. As governor of Arkansas, he went to Japan and Mexico to foster trade ties and wrote columns touting the benefits of free trade.
“I don’t know, I hate to admit it, but in terms of this framework, do I trust President Obama, or do I trust the Ayatollah? In terms of what the framework actually says? I’m not so sure I’m trusting President Obama on this.”
“The whole time we were there, of course, we had security with us, but there was no restrictions on travel, we never felt threatened one bit — unless you’re threatened by the merchants in the Old City trying to get you to come in their shops.”
Sen. Tim Scott, the junior senator from South Carolina, will deliver testimony on why body-worn cameras help move the conversation on better policing forward, according to remarks made available to BuzzFeed News.
The Republican Party’s most vocal defender of the Duck Dynasty family looks to build his presidential campaign around religious liberty.
After a handful of states banned the practice for minors, Rep. Ted Lieu — who wrote California’s ban — will introduce a nationwide proposal Tuesday not limited to those under 18. A BuzzFeed News exclusive.