Some observers think the conservative chief justice will be in the pro-equality column this time around.
The presumptive Democratic candidate for president went over the rainbow to call on the Supreme Court to embrace marriage equality nationwide.
The line outside the Supreme Court started forming days ago. See the reasons people gave The Advocate for coming from across the country.
As the Supreme Court hears arguments for nationwide marriage equality, an opinion poll shows that much of the American public is on the right side of history.
While the major LGBT rights groups have of course played a big role in getting marriage equality, it's the grassroots that made it happen.
Hundreds turned out to protest a so-called March for Marriage in an Arkansas town.
President Obama knows how to crack a joke and support the struggle for marriage equality at the same time.