Ruling Means Nebraska Could Have Marriage Equality Next Week

Today's Ruling: Neb. Could Have Marriage Equality Next Week

The ruling is on hold until March 9, unless a higher court extends the stay.

WATCH: How Much Wronger Could Texas Be on Marriage?

WATCH: How Much Wronger Could Texas Be on Marriage?

Whether misidentifying judges, misunderstanding laws, or celebrating anniversaries on the wrong day, homophobic Texas lawmakers have been having one long case of the Mondays.

VA Refuses to Recognize Veteran’s Wife and Child

VA Refuses to Recognize Veteran’s Wife and Child

The Department of Veterans Affairs has frozen the disabled veteran’s benefits until she pays back the full amount the VA mistakenly awarded for her wife and child.

5 Best Arguments from the Supreme Court Marriage Briefs

5 Best Arguments from the Supreme Court Marriage Briefs

We've boiled hundreds of pages of legal briefs down to just five main arguments you need to know.

Couples Make Their Marriage Equality Case to Supreme Court

Couples Make Their Marriage Equality Case to Supreme Court

The couples filed legal briefs Friday, and their case is likely to be heard in April.

Op-ed: Are You a Public Servant? Then Serve the Public

Op-ed: Are You a Public Servant? Then Serve the Public

Why 'religious liberty' laws protecting public employees from accommodating LGBT people are truly problematic.

See How Far a Onetime Enemy of Gay Equality Has Evolved

See How Far This Onetime Enemy of Equality Has Evolved

It's a complete 180º for Georgia's former attorney general — a man who almost single-handedly stopped LGBT advances in their tracks.

Tasteless Texas Lawmakers Celebrate 10 Years of Marriage Ban — With Cake

Texas GOP Celebrates 10 Years of Marriage Ban — With Cake

Before cutting into a cake celebrating a decade of discrimination, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick urged constituents to become an 'army' to oppose abortion, 'protect marriage,' and defend the constitution.

Antigay Legislation Quashed in Arkansas, Advances in Indiana

Antigay Legislation Quashed in Arkansas, Advances in Indiana

A so-called 'license to discriminate' bill has died in Arkansas, but similar ones remain pending in numerous other states.

Alaskan Tribe Newest to Welcome Marriage Equality

Alaskan Tribe Newest to Welcome Marriage Equality

A major Alaskan tribal organization just welcomed marriage equality into its laws — but they aren't alone.

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