The plaintiff in the landmark case that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act two years ago celebrated Friday at the Stonewall Inn.
Attorney General Ken Paxton objects to a new Obama administration rule offering federally guaranteed family leave to all married same-sex couples.
The SSA overpaid some benefit recipients because it didn't recognize their marriages, and now it wants the money back — but recipients say they shouldn't pay for the agency's mistake.
'I implore you to use the power of your office to allow loving couples to marry now in your state,' says the woman who defeated DOMA.
When marriage equality mastermind Roberta Kaplan files a new lawsuit, it's a big deal.
Holder's tenure as attorney general will be marked by his dedication to civil rights and landmark LGBT cases.
But federal laws make some married same-sex couples ineligible for certain Social Security and veterans' benefits, explains a new report.