S.C. Mayor Becomes 500th Mayor to Support Marriage Equality

S.C. Mayor Becomes 500th Mayor to Support Marriage Equality

Columbia, S.C.'s mayor became the 500th mayor to sign on with Freedom to Marry, a bipartisan organization asking for the end of marriage discrimination.

Couple's Wedding Ceremony Interrupted by Slurs From Hidden Onlooker

Couple's Wedding Ceremony Interrupted by Slurs From Hidden Onlooker

As a couple exchanged vows before 30 of their close friends and Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema, someone in a nearby building shouted homophobic words at them.

Louisiana Judge Strikes Down State's Marriage Ban

Louisiana Judge Strikes Down State's Marriage Ban

A state judge arrived at the exact opposite conclusion of a U.S. district judge regarding the constitutionality of Louisiana's ban on same-sex marriage.

The Race to Save Iowa's Marriage Equality

The Race to Save Iowa's Marriage Equality

Democratic state senator and gubernatorial challenger Jack Hatch has warned Iowans that incumbent Republican Gov. Terry Branstad will jeopardize marriage equality.

Utah Activists Use Gay Parents' Kids to Oppose Marriage Equality

Utah Activists Use Gay Parents' Kids to Oppose Marriage Equality

An anti-equality rally at the Utah State Capitol last week used photos of children of same-sex couples to highlight the so-called dangers of 'redefining marriage.'

WATCH: Neil Patrick Harris Explains He Got Married for His Kids

WATCH: Neil Patrick Harris Reveals Why He Got Married

The Tony-Award winner went on The View to share how marrying his long-time partner was about affirming their family to their young children.

WATCH: Gay Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco's Marriage Equality Tribute Will Give You Goosebumps

WATCH: 10 Years of Marriage Equality Will Make You Weep

Richard Blanco, the first openly gay and Latino man to deliver the inaugural poem, has a powerful new piece reflecting on the decade since marriage equality first came to the U.S.

WATCH: Supreme and Federal Courts Play Waiting Game on Marriage

Supreme and Fed. Courts Play Waiting Game on Marriage

With one week left before the Supreme Court's first conference of its new session, some federal courts are delaying any further action on marriage.

Meet the Iowa Lesbians Finally Married After 72 Years

Meet the Iowa Lesbians Finally Married After 72 Years

They met in Yale, Iowa, in 1942, but didn't come out to the world—and to people they loved—until Sept. 6, 2014.

As Support for North Carolina's Equal Marriage Grows, Voters Want to Weigh in

Polls Show N.C. Ready for Reversal on Marriage Equality

Two years after approving a constitutional marriage ban, voters have grown more sympathetic to marriage equality, according to a new pair of polls.

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