Op-ed: In the Wake of Windsor
June 26 2014 4:00 AM ET

Op-ed: In the Wake of Windsor

James Esseks

A year after Edie Windsor's case helped ring in federal recognition of same-sex relationships, full equality is only becoming more tangible.

WATCH: Lesbian High School Sweethearts Receive Marriage License
October 27 2013 3:16 PM ET

WATCH: Lesbian High School Sweethearts Receive Marriage License

Jase Peeples

Cindy Meneghin and Maureen Kilian have finally won the right to marry in their home state of New Jersey after 40 years together and more than a decade in court battling for marriage equality.

WATCH: Dems Pressure Pentagon to Enforce Spousal Benefits for Gay National Guardsmen
October 04 2013 1:45 PM ET

WATCH: Pentagon Pressured to Curb Rogue National Guard Units Denying Gay Spousal Benefits

Sunnivie Brydum

State National Guards in Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Oklahoma must extend benefits to married gay and lesbian service members, say two leading congressional Democrats.

WATCH: Gay Military Couple Lauds New Spousal Benefits in Pentagon Video
September 26 2013 7:28 PM ET

WATCH: Gay Military Couple Lauds New Spousal Benefits in Pentagon Video

Sunnivie Brydum

The Department of Defense profiled a married gay military couple to help illuminate the benefits that are now available to gay and lesbian service members.

Judge: Denial of Equal Veterans' Benefits Unconstitutional
August 30 2013 1:10 PM ET

Judge: Denial of Equal Veterans' Benefits Unconstitutional

Trudy Ring

A California judge rules in the case of a lesbian veteran whose marriage was not recognized by the VA; it may lead to equal benefits for all same-sex couples.

Justice Scalia: Supreme Court Shouldnt Invent New Minorites
August 20 2013 1:01 PM ET

Scalia: Supreme Court Shouldn't 'Invent New Minorites'

Jase Peeples

'It's not up to the courts to invent new minorities that get special protections,' Scalia said before a crowd of more than 300 people Monday.

Prop. 8 Proponents Fail to Halt Marriage — Again
August 14 2013 7:19 PM ET

Prop. 8 Proponents Fail to Halt Marriage — Again

Michelle Garcia

One more attempt to stop gay and lesbians from marrying in California.

Op-ed: Life and Love On The Border
August 01 2013 4:07 AM ET

Op-ed: Life and Love On The Border

Ryan Steinmetz

Even with the Supreme Court striking down part of the so-called Defense of Marriage Act, there are thousands of LGBT immigrants who want to be Americans.

PHOTOS: An Enduring Love
July 31 2013 5:45 PM ET

PHOTOS: An Enduring Love

Jase Peeples

Lorevic Rivera and Steve Disselhorst had a traditional wedding ceremony in 2011, but made their union legal — with their daughter at their sides — last month after the Supreme Court returned marriage equality to California.

Calif. Supreme Court Again Refuses to Halt Same-Sex Marriages
July 24 2013 4:13 PM ET

A Thousand Times No! Calif. High Court Rejects Prop. 8 Backers

Jase Peeples

For the second time this month, opponents of marriage equality have failed to stall the implementation of marriage equality in the Golden State.

Op-ed: The Department of Defense Is Exploiting Gay Couples — Finally
July 17 2013 12:55 AM ET

Op-ed: The DoD Is Exploiting Gay Couples — Finally

Rebecca Holliman

The weird perk of being made a political football.

California Supreme Court Won't Stop Gay Weddings
July 15 2013 5:57 PM ET

California Supreme Court Won't Stop Gay Weddings

Sunnivie Brydum

Official proponents of California's Proposition 8 had filed an emergency petition asking the state's highest court to halt the issuing of marriage licenses to same-sex couples. The court denied that request Monday afternoon.

Man Proposes to Boyfriend on Change.org Petition
July 12 2013 7:48 PM ET

Man Proposes to Boyfriend on Change.org Petition

Daniel Reynolds

Following the repeal of Proposition 8, a California man proposed to his boyfriend through the online petition website.

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