The "America's Got Talent" judge is opening up about her journey of self-discovery since marrying Brooks Laich.
The "Book of Mormon" star is a Renaissance fair resident bard in Lifetime's new comedy, which he sees as a boost for LGBTQ representation on TV.
Non-Mormons still aren't allowed to attend temple weddings. But a new church ruling could help ease some of the heartbreak.
Brigham Young University grad Matt Easton told Ellen DeGeneres that reconciling his Mormon faith with his authentic self is still a "really scary" process.
Matty Easton, a political science major at the Mormon church-owned Brigham Young University, declared to cheers that he is "proud to be a gay son of God."
We need to make our churches as compassionate as the religious figures we built them to worship.
The "Book Of Mormon" actor wrote in his new memoir "Too Much Is Not Enough" that the same priest attacked him twice.
Charlie Bird, who played Cosmo the Cougar, hopes sharing his journey will further discussion of LGBTQ issues in the Mormon church.
It wasn’t an easy situation for anyone involved.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said this will help the missionaries stay warm, ride bikes, and protect themselves from mosquito-borne diseases.
They've launched a petition against a new image promoting "Once Upon A Deadpool."
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is "thrilled" to be part of an effort to "alleviate human pain and suffering,” a leader said.
Sam Young started campaigning after learning his daughter had been asked sexually explicit questions during private "worthiness" interviews.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has published a history book that doesn't shy away from thorny issues.
Mormon leaders were told her father abused his children, Kristy Johnson said, but they didn’t call the police.
Dan Reynolds tells Ellen DeGeneres the experience helped him "identify, to some degree," with queer youth.
McKenna Denson says the president of a Mormon missionary training center raped her in 1984.
The new appointments were announced during a historic general conference.
A 55-year-old woman claims she was assaulted at a missionary training center in 1984.
Mormon blogger Josh Weed has apologized for how his story was "used to bully others."