N.C. Judges Continue Resigning to Avoid Officiating Same-Sex Marriages
November 05 2014 7:33 PM ET

N.C. Judges Continue Resigning to Avoid Officiating Same-Sex Marriages

Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez

Due to religious beliefs, magistrates in North Carolina continue resigning from their offices.

Despite Conservative Opposition, Marriage Equality Headed to Missouri
November 05 2014 6:36 PM ET

Missouri Suddenly Has Marriage Equality and Recognition

Matt Baume

Antigay Missouri lawmakers may not like it, but they're powerless to stop the state from recognizing gay and lesbian marriages this month.

Missouri Marriage Ban Struck Down
November 05 2014 5:51 PM ET

Yet Another State: Missouri Marriage Ban Struck Down

Sunnivie Brydum

Same-sex couples in Missouri should be able to begin applying for marriage licenses immediately.

What Exit Polls Say About LGBT Voters, Equality
November 04 2014 8:18 PM ET

What Exit Polls Say About LGBT Voters, Equality

Michelle Garcia

In 2014, marriage equality is even less of a wedge issue.

BREAKING: Kan. Gay Couples May Be Able to Marry Next Week
November 04 2014 6:22 PM ET

Kansas Gay Couples May Be Able to Marry Next Week

Trudy Ring

A federal judge has issued an order barring enforcement of the state's marriage ban, but it's on hold for a week.

Decision on Kan. Marriage Licenses Likely Soon
November 03 2014 3:52 PM ET

How Soon Will Kan. Let Same-Sex Couples Marry?

Trudy Ring

A federal judge says he'll decide shortly whether Kansas counties can license same-sex marriages, although state officials have asked him to avoid ruling.

WATCH: Election Snafu Stalls Navajo Nation’s Repeal of Marriage Ban
November 03 2014 3:48 PM ET

WATCH: Election Snafu Stalls Navajo Marriage Ban Repeal

Matt Baume

Voters will have to wait for a ballot scandal to be resolved before they can vote for a pro-equality candidate.

Op-ed: Tim Cook and the Freedom to Work Without Fear
November 01 2014 7:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Tim Cook and the Freedom to Work Without Fear

Felipe Sousa-Rodriguez

Tim Cook's words about discrimination highlight the need for stronger antidiscrimination laws, and not just for LGBT citizens.

Idaho Gov. Sticks to Money-Wasting Defense of Antigay Marriage Law
November 01 2014 6:00 AM ET

Idaho Gov. Sticks to Expensive Defense of Marriage Ban

Sunnivie Brydum

Despite several court rulings and a decided victory in the court of public opinion, Idaho governor Butch Otter isn't willing to let marriage equality take hold in the Gem State.

WATCH: NOM Targets Ark. Dem. Who Opposes Marriage Equality
October 31 2014 3:04 PM ET

WATCH: NOM Targets Ark. Dem. Who Opposes Marriage Equality

Sunnivie Brydum

Being of two Senate Democrats who don't support marriage equality isn't antigay enough for the National Organization for Marriage's campaign in Arkansas.

Catholic Universities Draw Bishops' Ire Over Benefits for Same-Sex Spouses
October 31 2014 2:54 PM ET

Catholic Universities Draw Bishops' Ire Over Benefits for Same-Sex Spouses

Stevie St. John

The Roman Catholic hierarchy is not pleased with decisions by universities, including Creighton and Notre Dame, to offer benefits to same-sex spouses of employees.

LISTEN: Edie Windsor's Message for Fla. Gov. Rick Scott
October 30 2014 3:44 PM ET

LISTEN: Edie Windsor's Message for Fla. Gov. Rick Scott

Sunnivie Brydum

'I implore you to use the power of your office to allow loving couples to marry now in your state,' says the woman who defeated DOMA.

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