Lines formed for days to get into today’s first hearing before the Supreme Court on marriage equality but it isn’t the only place where history will be made.
Democratic senators from Missouri and Virginia changed course on same-sex marriage. Then Alaska's Mark Begich followed suit with a late-night statement on Monday.
"My parents, and all the other gay and lesbian people here, just want to be happy. Just like you, all they want is to be treated fairly," the 12-year-old told the crowd.
New Yorkers this weekend joined people all over the country in rallying for marriage equality with a march through Greenwich Village. It was followed by a candlelight vigil in Times Square organized by activist David Mixner.
In this online conversation, couples talk about how the Supreme Court's decision on this week's marriage equality cases will affect their (and your) lives.
The influential Republican strategist appeared to be asked whether the next GOP nominee for president could support marriage equality, but Rove doesn't see it that way.
The first cousin of the chief justice will attend this week's hearings and says she thinks the high court will toss Prop. 8.