WATCH: Zen Buddhist Temple in Japan Offers Symbolic Same-Sex Weddings

WATCH: Zen Buddhist Temple in Japan Offers Symbolic Same-Sex Weddings

Shunkoin Temple in Kyoto, Japan, is welcoming same-sex couples to hold wedding ceremonies. The country does not legally recognize same-sex marriages. 

Everything You Need to Know Now About Marriage Equality in Mississippi

Everything You Need to Know About Mississippi Marriage 

Updated December 10: After an initial win, a Mississippi marriage case will have oral argument in early January.

S.C. Bill Would Let Officials Refuse Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

S.C. Bill Would Let Officials Refuse Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

The legislation would protect public employees from punishment if they cite religious beliefs in denying marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

Everything You Need to Know Now About Marriage Equality in Florida
January 07 2015 5:58 PM ET

Everything You Need to Know About Marriage in Florida

Updated January 7: Florida became the 36th U.S. state (plus Washington, D.C.) to embrace marriage equality just after midnight on January 6, 2015.

Texas DMV to Married Gays: Go to Court or Get Divorced
December 08 2014 7:07 PM ET

Texas DMV to Married Gays: Go to Court or Get Divorced

A gay man married in Iowa says the Texas DMV discriminated against him when an employee refused to allow him to change his name to his married surname.

Pope: Church Should Help Families Stand by LGBT Members

Pope: Families Should 'Stand By' LGBT Children

In a new interview, the pontiff says this was the focus of LGBT-related discussion at a recent bishops' meeting, not issues regarding same-sex couples and marriage.

WATCH: Kansas Strikes Out Again in Federal Court

WATCH: Kansas Strikes Out Again in Federal Court

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt fails to find a sympathetic ear at the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Ohio Judge Mistakenly Grants Divorce to Same-Sex Couple

Ohio Judge Mistakenly Grants Divorce to Same-Sex Couple

The judge says he didn't realize both spouses were women, and since Ohio law doesn't recognize their marriage, their divorce likely isn't valid either.

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