“I look forward to the day when the federal government recognizes all marriages as legal, and I’m very hopeful that day will come while I’m still alive,” said the 83-year-old outside the courthouse in New York City.
The question of whether the Supreme Court decides to take up a case on the Defense of Marriage Act in its new session, which begins Monday, appears to have one widow in a holding pattern.
In just two years the percentage of people supporting same-sex marriage in Illinois has jumped 12 points.
With England well into the debate about whether to make marriage equality the law, Labour Party leader Ed Miliband is making it clear what his views are in a new video.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has filed a federal suit on behalf of a gay couple whose engagement photo was used in an antigay attack ad.
The actress who played Peg Bundy on Married… With Children calls the denial of marriage equality “absolutely crazy.”
The coalition working to defeat the proposed constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage raised most of the money within the state.
In shareholder meetings Monday, General Mills defended its opposition to the Minnesota anti-marriage equality ballot measure, which seeks to amend the state's constitution to define marriage solely as the union of one man and one woman.
France could become the latest country to legalize marriage equality, and as part of the proposed change, the nation could make things easier for LGBT parents.
The Minnesota Catholic Conference is spending $100,000 to ask for donations in support of the anti–marriage equality measure, in an appeal unusual in scope and specificity.