Supreme Court Will Hear Marriage Cases
January 20 2015 12:42 PM ET

Supreme Court Will Hear Marriage Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear four marriage equality cases from the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, which upheld marriage bans in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennessee.

Pope Calls Same-Sex Marriage a 'Threat' to the Family

Pope Calls Same-Sex Marriage a 'Threat' to the Family

The pontiff's mixed record on LGBT issues got dicier with his remarks in Manila today.

4 Arguments That Could Make Supreme Court Take Michigan's Marriage Case
January 16 2015 5:29 PM ET

4 Reasons SCOTUS May Have Taken the Michigan Case

A federal judge has ruled that Michigan cannot revoke marriage from gay and lesbian couples who received marriage licenses during a 24-hour period last May when the state performed them.

Federal Judge Rules Michigan Must Recognize Married Same-Sex Couples

Federal Judge Rules Michigan Must Recognize Married Same-Sex Couples

A judge ruled that Michigan's decision not to recognize the marriages of 300 same-sex couples 'unquestionably wounds them deeply.'

Florida Men Get Marriage Recognition, New Driver's Licenses

Florida Men Get Marriage Recognition, New Driver's Licenses

Florida had previously refused to recognize the couple's marriage for the purpose of changing their name on their driver's licenses.

Tennessee Vote Brings Presbyterian Church (USA) Closer to Agreement on Marriage Equality

Tennessee Vote Brings Presbyterian Church (USA) Closer to Agreement on Marriage Equality

A Tennessee Presbyterian church body approves an inclusive definition of marriage, as others around the nation prepare to vote.

Antigay Leader: Call on National Guard to Halt Same-Sex Nuptials

Antigay Leader: Call National Guard to Halt Same-Sex Nuptials

Randy Thomasson, who backed California's Proposition 8, says Republican governors should call on the National Guard to 'defend' marriage from same-sex couples.

South Dakota Marriage Ban Struck Down

South Dakota Marriage Ban Struck Down

The judge's ruling is strongly worded in favor of equality, but it's on hold to allow the state to appeal.

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