Mississippi Marriage Ban Struck Down
November 25 2014 10:09 PM ET

Mississippi Marriage Ban Struck Down

Trudy Ring

The ruling is on hold, though, and the state is expected to appeal.

Federal Judge Rules for Marriage Equality in Arkansas
November 25 2014 6:23 PM ET

Federal Judge Rules for Marriage Equality in Arkansas

Michelle Garcia

The ruling will likely be appealed to a higher court, but same-sex marriages may resume in Arkansas.

Op-ed: It's Not a Gay Wedding or Straight Wedding — It's Just a Wedding
November 25 2014 5:39 AM ET

Op-ed: It's Not a Gay or Straight Wedding — It's Just a Wedding

Laurie Hart

A discriminatory Bay Area photography shop that won't shoot any couples in order to avoid photographing same-sex couples is getting left behind by its industry.

Has Support for Marriage Equality Declined?
November 24 2014 8:12 PM ET

Has Support for Marriage Equality Declined?

Trudy Ring

Exit poll numbers from this month's election indicated less support than other surveys — but maybe because the electorate skewed Republican.

Texas Marriage Plaintiffs: Lift Ban Immediately
November 24 2014 7:15 PM ET

Texas Marriage Plaintiffs: Lift Ban Immediately

Trudy Ring

The judge who struck down the state's marriage ban in February put his ruling on hold, but much has changed since then, say the plaintiffs and their attorney.

WATCH: NOM's Finances Are Even Worse Than We Thought
November 24 2014 3:25 PM ET

WATCH: It Gets Worse for NOM's Coffers

Matt Baume

The once-formidable antigay group's donors have fled, leaving the National Organization for Marriage millions in debt.

Kansas Gov., ACLU Up Ante on Both Sides of Marriage Fight
November 24 2014 2:15 PM ET

Kansas Gov., ACLU Up Ante on Both Sides of Marriage Fight

Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez

The ACLU attorney representing same-sex couples who sued for marriage rights is amending the lawsuit to increase the impact of marriage equality in Kansas.

Supreme Court Now Has 5 Chances to Rule on Marriage Bans
November 21 2014 3:01 PM ET

SCOTUS Now Has 5 Chances to Rule on Marriage Bans

Sunnivie Brydum

Attorneys for the same-sex couples hoping to overturn Louisiana's ban on marriage equality have petitioned the Supreme Court to hear their case, even before a lower court rules.

Photogs Shut Down Wedding Business After Turning Away Gay Couple
November 21 2014 11:16 AM ET

Photogs End Wedding Business After Turning Down Gay Couple

Michelle Garcia

A Bay Area photography shop will stop working on all weddings after refusing to work with a gay couple on their big day.

Op-ed: England Needs a Separation of Church and State
November 21 2014 4:00 AM ET

Op-ed: England Needs a Separation of Church and State

Callum Hunter

The Church of England has used its position as a state-endorsed institution of religion to promote an agenda of prejudice. So why do the U.K.'s residents stand for it?

Kansas Gov.: State Won't Recognize Same-Sex Marriages
November 20 2014 7:37 PM ET

Kansas Gov. Refuses to Recognize Same-Sex Marriages

Trudy Ring

As same-sex couples wed in about a quarter of the state's counties, Gov. Sam Brownback is determined to block marriage equality.

LGBT Rights Opponents Pray for Arkansas to Uphold State's Same-Sex Marriage Ban
November 20 2014 6:16 PM ET

LGBT Rights Opponents Pray for Arkansas to Uphold State's Same-Sex Marriage Ban

Stevie St. John

As marriage equality cases move forward in Arkansas, some pray for the state's ban on same-sex marriage to be upheld.

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