Op-ed: The LGBT Movement After Marriage

Op-ed: The LGBT Movement After Marriage

Reaching full marriage equality in the United States will indeed be pivotal, but it's not the end-all, when it comes to LGBT rights.

A Third Lawsuit Challenges Alabama's Marriage Ban

A Third Lawsuit Challenges Alabama's Marriage Ban

A lesbian couple filed a lawsuit challenging the state's laws barring same-sex couples from marriage.

WATCH: Sara Bareilles Helps Same-Sex Couple with Marriage Proposal

WATCH: Sara Bareilles Helps Woman Propose

Take a behind-the-scenes look at how Sara Bareilles helped Aly plan an unforgettable marriage proposal for her girlfriend Andrea in this exclusive video.

PHOTOS: Same-Sex Weddings Continue in Wis.

PHOTOS: Same-Sex Weddings Continue in Wis.

The federal judge who struck down Wisconsin's ban on same-sex marriage refused to stay her decision Monday, allowing couples to continue applying for marriage licenses throughout the state.

Santorum Joins NOM's March for (Straight) Marriage

Santorum Joins NOM's March for (Straight) Marriage

NOM continues its march against the rising tide of marriage equality, with Rick Santorum joining a June event.

Wisconsin: Judge Strikes Down 2006 Marriage Ban
June 06 2014 5:41 PM ET

Wisconsin: Judge Strikes Down 2006 Marriage Ban

A federal judge in Wisconsin ruled that the state's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, prompting at least one county clerk to begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

Marriage Lawsuit Filed in North Dakota

N.D. Picked Last in Marriage Litigation Fight

With today's filing, every existing statewide law prohibiting same-sex marriage is now facing a legal challenge.

Utah Appeals Marriage Recognition Ruling

Utah Appeals Marriage Recognition Ruling

The state's Republican governor and attorney general won't recognize more than 1,300 same-sex marriages that took place, without a legal fight.

Court: NOM Can't Claim Punitive Damages in IRS Disclosure Suit

NOM Loses Again, This Time In IRS Suit

The ruling in the National Organization for Marriage's case against the Internal Revenue Service is another in a string of legal setbacks for the antigay group.

Majority of Same-Sex Couples Can Now Marry in the U.S.

Majority of Same-Sex Couples Can Now Marry in the U.S.

With advances in marriage equality, the majority of cohabiting same-sex couples now live in states where they can legally marry.

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