Love Finds a Way For Russia's Second Legal Same-sex Wedding

Meet Russia's Newest Legally Married Lesbians 

A second same-sex couple has found a way to wed by using Russia's draconian antigay laws to exchange their vows in legally binding matrimony.

Supreme Court Justice Teases 'Opportunities' for Marriage Ruling

Supreme Court Justice Teases 'Opportunities' for Marriage

Will the Supreme Court finally hear a case that could resolve marriage equality nationwide? Some court-watchers say Justice Stephen Breyer's remarks this weekend indicate that possibility.

Mennonite Minister Defrocked for Officiating at Gay Son's Wedding

Another Pastor Defrocked After Gay Son's Wedding

The 96-year-old pastor, defrocked in September, now says he could 'no longer hide the light the Lord has lit within me' to support marriage equality.

WATCH: What if the Supreme Court Still Won't Take a Marriage Case?

WATCH: What if SCOTUS Punts Again on Marriage? 

You never know: despite past hints, the Justices could surprise us and punt on marriage.

DOMA-Busting Lawyer Explains Why Mississippi Is Her Next Big Case

Why This DOMA-Busting Lawyer Is Taking on Mississippi

Roberta Kaplan took down the Defense of Marriage Act. Now she's turned her attention to one of the most antigay states in the nation.

WATCH: Why Rachel Maddow Is Today's Edward R. Murrow

WATCH: Why Rachel Maddow Is Today's Edward R. Murrow

In explaining why the Supreme Court will weigh in on marriage equality, Maddow enlightens her audience as the iconic mid-century broadcaster did his.

The 10 Most Important Quotes From Yesterday's Sixth Circuit Bombshell

10 Most Important Quotes From Sixth Circuit's Bombshell

The Sixth Circuit has essentially dared the Supreme Court to take up a marriage case.

Judge Blocks Houston Benefits for Same-Sex Spouses, City Fights Back

Judge Blocks Houston Benefits for Same-Sex Spouses, City Fights Back

Houston officials will appeal a judge's order blocking the city from offering benefits to employees' same-sex spouses.

Missouri Marriage Ban Struck Down Again

Missouri Marriage Ban Struck Down Again

For the second time this week, Missouri's ban on same-sex marriage has been ruled unconstitutional — this time by a federal judge.

Op-ed: Walking My Dad Down the Aisle

Op-ed: Walking My Dad Down the Aisle

A young woman recounts the day her dads tied the knot.

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