The 42nd President of the United States says it's time to abolish the so-called Defense of Marriage Act, which he signed into law in 1996. But LGBT advocates say he's not telling the whole story.
Two moms have been trying for a year to jointly adopt their children but a U.S. District Court judge has opted to wait even longer.
As more states consider votes over marriage equality, it might be helpful to look back at what it does to reelection prospects.
The tribal council for the northern Michigan group has given its approval but their leader hasn't yet agreed.
The man's story gained traction on Facebook and led to blowback for the Richland, Washington florist.
Meanwhile the leading pro-marriage coalition is promoting the support of religious leaders and the head of the Minnesota College Republicans.
'For and Against' commentator Jim Morrison explains the roads ahead for marriage equality in the Supreme Court.