A binational lesbian couple in Vermont who sued the federal government over the Defense of Marriage Act have been granted a reprieve from deportation proceedings.
According to a new ABC News/Washington Post poll, 53% of Americans support marriage rights for same-sex couples — a record high for the survey — while opposition has plummeted to unprecedented lows. Only 39% of Americans said they opposed marriage equality, according to the poll, released two weeks after President Obama’s announcement that he supports same-sex marriage.
Gay activist and Republican presidential candidate Fred Karger is launching another challenge against the National Organization for Marriage for potentially failing to report $345,000 in contributions it received from 11 donors for Proposition 8.
Things keep getting better in Argentina.
New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn married her longtime partner Kim Catullo in a ceremony Saturday, becoming the highest-profile official to wed since the marriage equality law took effect last year.
The five couples who are serving as plaintiffs in the Immigration Equality lawsuit against the Defense of Marriage Act tell why state recognition of marriage isn't enough to afford them full equality, and how that affects their lives together, in a video recorded by website RawStory.
An influential preacher stands up for gay rights.
It's not yet legal to get married in Maryland, but an appeals court ruled today that same-sex couples can already get divorced. Maryland's Court of Appeals ruled unanimously that any Marylander legally wed in another state can get divorced in their home state. The case centers on Jessica Port and Virginia Cowan, who were married in California in 2008 during the brief period when it was legal. Two years later they sought a divorce in their home state of Maryland and were denied.
President Obama might be changing minds with his support for marriage equality, at least among African-American voters, a new poll shows.
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