WATCH: As Colo. Clerk Issues Marriage Licenses, Same-Sex Couples File Suit

WATCH: New Factor in Equal Marriage Fight in Colo.

Boulder county officials continue to issue same-sex marriage licenses while six couples have filed a suit in federal court looking to overturn Colorado's ban on marriage equality.

Kentucky Marriage Ban Falls

Kentucky Marriage Ban Falls

A federal judge declared that Kentucky's prohibition on same-sex marriage violates the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution.

PHOTOS: The Prop. 8 Wedding Five Years in the Making

PHOTOS: The Prop. 8 Wedding Five Years in the Making

After a five-year fight to secure the freedom to marry the person they love, Prop. 8 plaintiffs Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo exchanged vows before friends, family, and celebrities at the Beverly Hilton Hotel Saturday.

110 Gay Couples Marry During World Pride Week

Toronto hosted a mass same-sex wedding event at Casa Loma Castle to celebrate World Pride Week

Wis. GOP Candidate: Marriage Equality Will Lead to Sibling Marriages

Wis. GOP Candidate: Marriage Equality Will Lead to Sibling Marriages

If the law allows same-sex marriage, siblings will try to marry each other, claims a Wisconsin congressional hopeful.

Same-Sex Marriages Halted in Indiana

BREAKING: Same-Sex Marriages Halted in Indiana

An appeals court has granted a stay of the Wednesday ruling that struck down the state's marriage ban.

WATCH: Meet Colorado's First Gay Married State Senator

WATCH: Meet Colorado's First Gay Married State Senator

Colorado state senator Jessie Ulibarri married Louis Trujillo Thursday afternoon, making him the first legally married gay member of the state legislature.

Meet the First Gay Couple Legally Wed in Australia

Meet the First Gay Couple Legally Wed in Australia

Australia's conservative prime minister sees no problem with same-sex Aussies marrying inside British Consulate offices in Australia.

Poll: Most Say Right to Marry Should Trump Religious Exemptions

Poll: Most Say Right to Marry Should Trump Religious Exemptions

A new poll shows a majority of people think that businesses should not be able to discriminate against LGBT people on the basis of owners' religious beliefs.

IRS to Pay $50,000 to NOM in Settlement

IRS Will Pay NOM to Settle Disclosure Suit

The action settles a lawsuit the antigay group had brought over the disclosure of donor names.

PHOTOS: Mass Love in Canada

PHOTOS: Mass Love in Canada

In Toronto, a mass LGBT wedding is part of the World pride celebration

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