Some religious leaders in Florida aren't feeling sunny about marriage equality, including the Catholic archbishop of Miami, who said staff could be dismissed for supporting the cause.
When Hillary Clinton says that marriage decisions should be 'left to the states,' she's aligning herself with antigay Republicans.
The man widely considered to be a front-runner in the GOP race for the White House in 2016 still doesn't support same-sex marriage, but he says he will respect laws that embrace it.
Although marriage starts this week in Florida, opponents aren't yet out of tricks to stop couples from being wed.
Two men, one British and one Dominican, are the first same-sex couple to tie the knot in this religiously conservative Caribbean nation.
Court clerks are refusing marriage services to all couples to avoid marrying same-sex couples despite being forced to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Same-sex couples have been marrying in the Gem State since October — and the state's highest officials are not happy about it.