Thomas Roberts talks with Scouts for Equality director of operations Justin Wilson about the historic announcement for the Boy Scouts of America, who will begin accepting openly gay members on Jan. 1. watch
The latest Benghazi investigation from the New York Times is casting doubt on the narrative of the 2012 attack. Plus, the red state/blue state divide takes center stage for 2014. Irin Carmon, Victoria Soto, and Corey Dade discuss. watch
For the second time this week, the White House pushed back the cut off date for consumers to purchase a health plan through federal exchanges in order to get coverage by the first of next month. read more
The same judge who on Friday opened the door for gay couples to begin marrying in the state of Utah refused to close it on Monday, denying a request from the state to temporarily delay his earlier ruling. read more
Gregory Angelo of the Log Cabin Republicans explains why some notable GOP members are rallying behind patriarch Phil Robertson. Angelo explains why the Log Cabin Republicans don’t want to condemn him but would rather have a conversation with him about... watch
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