Take two minutes and watch this adorable proposal orchestrated by Ellen DeGeneres. If it weren't for the Supreme Court's news, this would will make your Monday.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to hear a series of cases regarding marriage equality, and the effect of the ruling could quickly extend to more states.
Church officials say they're worried that making space available to AA means it would have to accommodate any and all, including same-sex weddings. But their fears are unfounded.
A judge's ruling on marriage equality may affect at least 5,400 same-sex couples across the state of Missouri.
When asked about plans to take up a marriage case, the Supreme Court justice became as coy and cute as he possibly could muster.
Residents and business owners are rallying around a gay couple whose wedding was disrupted by a homophobic onlooker.
The potential 2016 candidate for president is trying to strike an inclusive tone.
Marriage lawsuits are conspicuously absent from Supreme Court's list of approved cases. Here's what happens next.
Updated October 6: Marriage has been permanently legalized in Utah, and couples are now free to wed. The next steps in nearby states remain murky.
Attorneys for Deborah Tevyaw say the Social Security Administration has wrongly denied survivor benefits to her and others who have been in same-sex marriages.