The fear that the owners of an Idaho wedding chapel would be forced to host same-sex weddings is much ado about nothing.
Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, North Carolina, Wyoming, and West Virginia join the states where same-sex marriage is recognized by the federal government.
While other governors and attorneys general have abandoned their defense of marriage bans, officials in three states have refused to give up their quixotic antigay legal agendas.
Equal marriage has won back parental rights for the Beehive State's same-sex couples seeking adoptions.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi takes a stand to deny a lesbian couple the right to divorce.
A board member for a pro-marriage equality group is raising money for an antigay couple — huh?
Philip and Sandra Unruh have asked a federal court to allow them to intervene in a Kansas marriage equality case because the couple fears they will lose property if same-sex couples are allowed to marry.
Rome's mayor defied the central government by performing a ceremony to register same-sex couples who were married abroad.
A unanimous decision from a federal appeals court bringing marriage equality to Idaho 'appears to be judicial policymaking masquerading as law,' according to the governor.