James Obergefell and John Arthur will be listed as married on Arthur's death certificate, and can be buried beside one another when Arthur succumbs to ALS.
'The people's pope' is facing scrutiny for appointing a cleric who allegedly lived with his male lover in Uruguay to head up the Vatican's Institute for the Works of Religion.
In Russia, it gets worse for LGBT people — even those just visiting the country.
The transgender group of OutServe-Servicemembers Legal Defense Network announced Monday that it is cutting ties with the embattled organization, partnering with a new splinter group formed in the wake of a public controversy.
The infamously cantankerous senior-most justice on the Supreme Court offered his unfiltered opinion to a collection of lawyers in Aspen, Colo. this weekend.
The republican attorney general and Virginia gubernatorial hopeful continues to dig in his heels on his antigay arguments.
The Emmy-nominated Modern Family star wed his longtime boyfriend Saturday in Manhattan.
About 30 people rallied outside the Russian embassy in Mexico City to protest the eastern european nation's recently enacted ban on so-called homosexual propaganda.
A Republican county clerk in California asked its Supreme Court to halt marriage equality there. But the California attorney general essentially says, "no way."
Chris Bryant, an openly gay member of Parliament, questioned the one-year delay of marriage equality in England and Wales, and a U.K. official responded.