The federal government announced it would recognize the marriages of those in Michigan who ran to get married after a district court ruling.
The Missouri Baptist Convention and other marriage equality opponents want to keep same-sex couples from filing joint tax returns.
A lesbian attorney and her partner of 14 years are taking aim at Puerto Rico's refusal to recognize the couple's 2004 Massachusetts marriage.
Michigan governor Rick Snyder confirmed that the more than 300 same-sex marriages performed in the hours when they were allowed are legal, but the couples won't have access to benefits.
The couple's registration of their New York marriage license doesn't mean Mississippi will recognize their union, but it's part of a push for marriage equality in Southern states.
World Vision USA is updating its code of conduct to reflect changing marriage norms.
Though there are several marriages in limbo in Michigan after a federal court issued a stay on marriage licenses, the governor's office has been quietly avoiding the matter.