Its legalization would be a first for Central America.
A gay couple trying to get married in a small Kentucky county were turned away despite a federal order because the clerk suddenly took a vacation.
Mississippi is the last state with such a ban.
After an antigay clerk dug in her heels, a U.S. district judge issued a preliminary injunction ordering Rowan County, Ky., to stop denying marriage licenses to couples.
The Newport Beach City Council won't censure Scott Peotter but has formally disassociated itself from his views.
Tony Abbott's government is, again, standing in the way of equality.
A federal judge has ordered the state of South Carolina to cut a check to same-sex marriage plaintiffs for legal costs incurred.
Archbishop Allen Vigneron, who once said taking communion while supporting equal marriage was like committing perjury, now says it's a matter of individual conscience.