Appearing on a hate group's radio show, the notorious state Supreme Court judge affirmed his opposition to same-sex couples, lamenting that such relationships are no longer considered criminal.
The legislative session of 2015 is barely under way, but lawmakers in North Carolina are already looking for ways to sidestep marriage equality.
Equality-minded Romans are celebrating an important victory in the march toward equal recognition of same-sex relationships, despite opposition from the Vatican and the national government.
Alabama representative Patricia Todd wants to remind her colleagues who oppose marriage equality on religious grounds that those in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
Iowa state senator Matt McCoy compiled a ton of hate mail (and a few nice letters), so we can truly remember an Iowa on the brink of marriage equality.
Roy Moore, chief justice of the the Alabama Supreme Court, claims the federal courts have no authority over state marriage laws.
Alabama's only out legislator is ready to call out the hypocrisy of her colleagues who oppose marriage equality on 'moral' grounds but are allegedly having affairs themselves.
Get up to speed on the crucial marriage case in Michigan and find out how the U.S. Supreme Court could use this case to bring marriage equality to the entire country.