What the reaction to the DOMA decision says about the future of the GOP.
While Wednesday's Supreme Court rulings won federal recognition for same-sex couples and will allow them to marry in California, a majority of states still ban...
Catholic, Episcopalian, Mormon, and other religious and secular officials speak out after the Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage.
Today, Alaskan Senator Lisa Murkowski endorsed gay marriage, joining Sens. Mark Warner and Mark Kirk as the only Republican senators to do so. Murkowski...
Plaintiffs and political activists weigh in on the high court's landmark rulings
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It looks like Americans are finally accepting gay marriage, even if nearly half still don't approve of the same-sex unions.
France's leftist-controlled legislature passes law legalizing marriage and adoption rights for same-sex couples, but the deep division the measure produced...
Onlookers and lawmakers celebrated the result by breaking into the Maori love song “Pokarekare Ana.”
And then there were three...
The Alaska Senator, who admitted his support for gay marriage last year, reaffirms his view.
Sen. Bob Casey joins four other Democratic Senators who have switched their views on gay marriage in the past two weeks.
Bill Nelson is the latest Senate Democrat to endorse gay marriage, leaving only six left.
Dan Amira and Jonathan Chait of New York magazine have a pitch-perfect March Madness breakdown of the four Senate Democrat holdouts who oppose gay marriage
The swing vote, Justice Kennedy, has actually been the court's most steadfast supporter of gay rights
Carper doesn't want to be the last Senate Democrat to oppose gay marriage.
Sen. Mark Warner announces his support for gay marriage. Eleven Democratic Senators remain opposed. Who's next?
Justice Anthony Kennedy will be at the center of one of the great historic civil rights debates of our lifetimes
Starbucks CEO Doubles Down on Gay-Marriage Support, Telling Shareholder to Sell Stake If He Doesn’t Like Views
Starbucks’ Howard Schultz reaffirmed the company’s support for same-sex marriage, telling shareholders that it’s not an economic decision.