For Supreme Court-watchers hoping to see a definitive verdict on marriage equality nationwide, it's time to hurry up and wait.
Federal judge Robert L. Hinkle struck down Florida's ban on same-sex marriage Thursday, using eloquent, unequivocal language to side with equality.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi says she's only just begun to defend marriage discrimination.
This is the first federal judge to find that Florida's ban on same-sex marriage, approved by voters in 2008 as Amendment 2, violates the U.S. Constitution.
If Florida passing marriage equality, the state's economy would see a major return, according to The Williams Institute.
The pastor of a church in Tampa, Fla., says he does not regret canceling a funeral service because the deceased man was gay.
A Florida man is in custody for the murder of a transgender woman who was found burned to death last month.
The couple who filed one of the legal challenges to Florida's marriage ban is asking for the state supreme court to pick up the case sooner than later.
One company towed more than 100 cars and violated several laws, targeting LGBT drivers at Gay Days in Orlando this summer.
A judge ruled that Florida's marriage law is only in place to discriminate against same-sex couples.