Texas: Cops, Clergy Come Out in Support of Same-Sex Couples
September 18 2014 2:58 PM ET

Texas: Cops, Clergy Come Out in Support of Same-Sex Couples

Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez

Texas law enforcement officials, clergy, business owners, and first responders are showing support for marriage equality.

Midwest Marriage Equality Depends on Cases in Neighboring States
September 18 2014 2:00 PM ET

Midwest Marriage Equality Depends on Cases in Neighboring States

Matt Baume

Marriage is on hold for now in Indiana and Wisconsin, with a stay that the Supreme Court could lift within a month, or prolong into 2015.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Marriage Decision: 'No Need For Us to Rush'
September 17 2014 3:52 PM ET

Ginsburg on Marriage Decision: 'No Need For Us to Rush'

Sunnivie Brydum

The Supreme Court justice's latest remarks seem to contradict her own earlier prediction that the court will not duck the issue of marriage equality.

Out Innovators Win 'Genius' Grants For Work in Arts, Law
September 17 2014 3:50 PM ET

Three Out Creatives Win Genius Grants

Michelle Garcia

Alison Bechdel, Mary Bonauto, and Samuel Hunter were named three of 21 recipients of this year's highly coveted MacArthur Foundation grant.

LGBT Groups, Conservatives Outraged As Straight Mates Marry for Rugby Tickets
September 16 2014 3:13 PM ET

Straight Mates Marry for Rugby Tickets

Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez

A radio competition orchestrated same-sex marriage for two straight male friends and gay rights groups are outraged.

Idaho Spends Thousands on Lackluster Defense of Marriage Ban
September 16 2014 12:17 PM ET

Idaho Spends Thousands on Lackluster Defense of Marriage Ban

Matt Baume

Attorney Monte Stewart has accrued tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees, with little to show for it.

WATCH: Supreme Court Could Get Over a Dozen Marriage Petitions
September 15 2014 2:00 PM ET

Supreme Court Could Get Over a Dozen Marriage Petitions

Matt Baume

With just two weeks before the Supreme Court is set to decide which marriage cases to take, lower courts could still disrupt the schedule with last-minute rulings.

Arizona: Federal Judge Says Government Must Recognize Widower's Marriage
September 12 2014 3:42 PM ET

Arizona: Federal Judge Says Government Must Recognize Widower's Marriage

Michelle Garcia

Fred McQuire sought federal benefits via his marriage to George Martinez, who recently died of cancer.

Indiana Must Recognize Another Lesbian Couple's Marriage
September 12 2014 3:20 PM ET

Indiana Must Recognize Another Lesbian Couple's Marriage

Trudy Ring

The state agreed to recognize the marriage of a terminally ill woman and her wife; it has already recognized the union of two women in a similar situation.

Wis. Same-Sex Couple Granted Adoption Rights, Marriage Recognition
September 12 2014 3:11 PM ET

Wis. Moms Celebrate Historic Adoption Victory

Mitch Kellaway

With Wisconsin's equal marriage ban declared unconstitutional, parental rights have been able to forge ahead.

States Adopt Opposite Stances in Marriage Petitions to Supreme Court
September 11 2014 1:31 PM ET

States Square Off For Supreme Court's Marriage Review

Matt Baume

In trying to appeal to the Supreme Court justices, attorneys for Wisconsin and Indiana disagree on what constitutes a strength or a weakness in their cases.

Op-ed: Who Pops the Question — Top or Bottom?
September 11 2014 5:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Who Pops the Question — Top or Bottom?

Frank Lowe

Gay couples have the freedom to reject gender roles, notes our correspondent.

U.S. Supreme Court Will Consider Taking Five Marriage Cases This Year
September 10 2014 5:11 PM ET

Supreme Court to Consider Five Marriage Cases 

Michelle Garcia

The court will decide whether to hear the cases around marriage bans in Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, Indiana and Wisconsin.

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