Kan. Minister Gets Death Threats for Performing Same-Sex Weddings

Kan. Minister Gets Death Threats for Performing Same-Sex Weddings

Rev. Jackie Carter says her congregation has been receiving harassing phone calls, including calls threatening her life, on a daily basis.

Gay Music Director Fired for Engagement Files Discrimination Claim

Gay Music Director Fired for Engagement Files Discrimination Claim

An Illinois music director who was fired after announcing his engagement to a man has filed a discrimination complaint.

How Florida Could Spread Marriage Equality to Neighboring States

How Florida Could Bring Marriage to Neighboring States

After marriage begins next month in Florida, it might not be long before Alabama and Georgia join in.

Roberta Kaplan: Let Miss. Same-Sex Couples Wed Next Week
December 04 2014 7:54 PM ET

Miss. Marriage Ban Headed to Appeals Court

Marriage equality litigation out of Mississippi will be heard by the same three-judge panel that will consider similar bans in Texas and Louisiana.

Some Texas Counties Ready for Marriage Equality

Some Texas Counties Ready for Marriage Equality

Some county clerks are ready to stay open extra hours if a stay of a pro-equality ruling is lifted; others say they still won't license same-sex marriages.

Op-ed: The Real Reason Rob Portman Won’t Run for President

Op-ed: The Real Reason Rob Portman Won’t Run

It's tough out there for a nerd.

Florida Could Have Marriage Equality In January

Florida Could Have Marriage Equality In January

State officials can still appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court in hopes of extending a hold on a pro-equality ruling; otherwise, marriages begin January 6.

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