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Republican Mike Hill joked about putting gay people to death, and Democrat Al Jacquet called his primary opponent an anti-gay slur
Change in punishments for homosexuality comes as part of larger package of legal reforms
Suspects face federal carjacking and weapons charges in relation to the women's murders
Jurors had fretted that sentencing Charles Rhines to life in prison would be "sending him where he wants to go"
Sultan says there will be a "de facto moratorium" on executing gay people
The public defenders assigned to Andrew Vrba's case say they're busy working on other murder cases for the next 20 months
The 8th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals has refused to hear the appeal of a South Dakota gay prisoner who claims he was sentenced to...
But Scott Lively and Liberty Counsel claim victory on grounds that judge's remarks have no binding legal effect
Andrew Vrba is accused of repeatedly stabbing 17-year-old Ally Steinfeld and burning her body to dispose of evidence
The Connecticut Senate has voted down the nomination of a judge who would have been the first openly gay Chief Justice of the state’s Supreme...
“Under international law, stoning people to death constitutes torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment and is thus clearly prohibited.” — Rupert...