More Americans than ever support gay marriages as a slew of states legalize legal state for same-sex couples
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania’s governor says he won’t appeal a court decision that struck down the state’s gay marriage ban. Gov. Tom Corbett’s decision...
HELENA, Mont. — Four gay couples announced Wednesday they are suing Montana over its constitutional ban on same-sex marriage, making North Dakota and South...
Gay marriage is now legal across the northeast
An appeals court granted a stay from Idaho's governor and attorney general after a judge overturned the state's same-sex marriage ban last week
PORTLAND, Ore. — A federal judge has struck down Oregon’s same-sex marriage ban, saying it is unconstitutional. MoreOregon Governor Performs Emergency CPR on...
A new ruling by the state Supreme Court has halted same-sex marriages in Arkansas
After watching Idaho's gubernatorial GOP primary debate, you'll be praying Harley Brown and Walt Bayes run for president in 2016
Five same-sex couples have filed a lawsuit to overturn the state's 1998 constitutional amendment that defined marriage as being between a man and a woman, but...
A judge says the ban denies gay couples their fundamental rights, and adds Idaho to the growing number of states where bans on same-sex marriages have been...
Federal judges in five other states have already struck down state bans on same-sex marriage.
15 same-sex couples were issued marriage licenses on Saturday after a judge overturned a 2004 state constitutional amendment
The company promises to be "more inclusive" and "better [represent] all players" in future versions of the game.
Nintendo delicately rebuffed requests from gay gamers to simulate same-sex weddings in its upcoming release, Tomodachi Life
Forced to seek outside counsel after attorney general says he won't "defend discrimination"
Fifty-nine percent of Americans now support gay marriage, says new poll
A related lawsuit is still seeking to force the state to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
The Public Religion Research Institutes releases a sweeping study on U.S. attitudes
And back to the Supreme Court
Plaintiffs want ruling without a trial, citing recent cases striking down gay marriage bans