In the fast-moving legal fight for marriage equality, here's a look at the latest news.
An Irish LGBT group has taken the claims of antigay activists who think marriage equality will destroy society to their logical conclusion in a biting parody.
Several of the attorneys who successfully argued against Oregon's ban on same-sex marriage could earn more than $250,000 for their efforts.
Federal judge Robert L. Hinkle struck down Florida's ban on same-sex marriage Thursday, using eloquent, unequivocal language to side with equality.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi says she's only just begun to defend marriage discrimination.
Trans lawyer Ezra Young explains how despite recent wins for trans men Thomas Beatie and Buck Angel, long-term change will require a deeper look at underlying legal biases.
This is the first federal judge to find that Florida's ban on same-sex marriage, approved by voters in 2008 as Amendment 2, violates the U.S. Constitution.
Jennifer Roback-Morse, who has a long history working with the antigay National Organization for Marriage, expects marriage equality to be legal nationwide by next fall.