Fifty-nine percent of Americans now support gay marriage, says new poll
The deeper symbolic power of Francis’ latest tone-shifting statement lies in the day that his words broke
'I know where history is going on this,' Jack Conway tells TIME
Forced to seek outside counsel after attorney general says he won't "defend discrimination"
(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) — Kentucky's attorney general says he won't appeal an order to recognize same-sex marriages from other states and countries and will allow a...
The Public Religion Research Institutes releases a sweeping study on U.S. attitudes
The author recounts how she almost lost her solid, happy marriage to neglect—and what she did about it
A related lawsuit is still seeking to force the state to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
“Without a rational relation to a legitimate governmental purpose, state-imposed inequality can find no refuge in our U.S. Constitution," U.S. District Judge...
(DETROIT) — Two Detroit-area nurses walked hand-in-hand through a line of protesters Tuesday for a trial that could overturn Michigan's ban on gay marriage, the...
Never ask a woman if she's pregnant—or forget to tell your wife she's beautiful.
U.S. Attorney General stands up for six state attorneys general who didn't defend their states' gay marriage bans from challenges
And back to the Supreme Court
(CHICAGO) — Same-sex couples in Illinois' largest county can begin applying for marriage licenses immediately, according to a federal judge's ruling Friday that...
Nine couples file a suit seeking to overturn constitutional ban
Plaintiffs want ruling without a trial, citing recent cases striking down gay marriage bans
Ruling finds 'Kentucky’s laws treat gay and lesbian persons differently in a way that demeans them'
Ban violates the right to due process and equal protection of the law, court finds
U.S. acceptance of same-sex weddings is gaining momentum
(NORFOLK, Va.) — A federal judge has ruled that Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Arenda L. Wright Allen's decision...