WATCH: Gay Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco's Marriage Equality Tribute Will Give You Goosebumps
September 22 2014 2:21 PM ET

WATCH: 10 Years of Marriage Equality Will Make You Weep

Sunnivie Brydum

Richard Blanco, the first openly gay and Latino man to deliver the inaugural poem, has a powerful new piece reflecting on the decade since marriage equality first came to the U.S.

WATCH: Supreme and Federal Courts Play Waiting Game on Marriage
September 22 2014 1:08 PM ET

Supreme and Fed. Courts Play Waiting Game on Marriage

Matt Baume

With one week left before the Supreme Court's first conference of its new session, some federal courts are delaying any further action on marriage.

Meet the Iowa Lesbians Finally Married After 72 Years
September 21 2014 11:24 AM ET

Meet the Iowa Lesbians Finally Married After 72 Years

Diane Anderson-Minshall

They met in Yale, Iowa, in 1942, but didn't come out to the world—and to people they loved—until Sept. 6, 2014.

As Support for North Carolina's Equal Marriage Grows, Voters Want to Weigh in
September 19 2014 2:43 PM ET

Polls Show N.C. Ready for Reversal on Marriage Equality

Matt Baume

Two years after approving a constitutional marriage ban, voters have grown more sympathetic to marriage equality, according to a new pair of polls.

Southern Governor Fights Same-Sex Marriage — And Lesbian Divorce
September 19 2014 12:33 PM ET

Southern Gov. Fights Same-Sex Marriage — And Lesbian Divorce

Matt Baume

Governor Phil Bryant has aligned himself with the antigay Alliance Defending Freedom in opposing the state's sole challenge to its marriage ban.

Op-ed: Gay People Raising Kids Has Shifted From Downfall to Salvation
September 19 2014 4:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Gay People Raising Kids No Longer a Legal Target

James Esseks

In less than a decade, our families have gone from a tactic to block marriage equality to one of the best arguments for legal relationship recognition.

Arkansas Officials Lock Horns Over Marriage Ban
September 18 2014 2:34 PM ET

Arkansas Officials Lock Horns Over Marriage Ban

Matt Baume

Dueling briefs from government officials disagree over the constitutionality of the state's marriage ban.

Texas: Cops, Clergy Come Out in Support of Same-Sex Couples
September 18 2014 1:58 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 1:00 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 2:52 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 2:50 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 2:13 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.

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