Appeals Court Strikes Marriage Bans in Ind., Wis.
September 05 2014 2:11 AM ET

Appeals Court Strikes Marriage Bans in Indiana, Wisconsin

The decision is the fourth from a federal appeals court to declare state bans on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.

Religious Support for Marriage Equality Marches Forward

Religious Support for Marriage Equality Marches Forward

The legal argument against marriage equality is being upended by the numerous Christian and Jewish bodies that support LGBT rights.

WATCH: Ohio Activists Protest 'Holy Matrimony' Billboard

WATCH: Ohio Activists Protest 'Holy Matrimony' Billboard

Activists in Columbus counter the message that 'Holy Matrimony is one man and one woman.'

Ninth Circuit Panel Could Bring More Good News for Marriage Equality

Appeals Panel Could Bring Good News for Marriage Equality

In less than a week, three judges will hear oral arguments in multiple major marriage cases, and a study of their past rulings shows cause for optimism.

N.Y. Venue Will Stop Weddings Rather Than Serve Same-Sex Couples

N.Y. Venue Will Stop Weddings Rather Than Serve Gays 

The owners of Liberty Ridge Farm will no longer host weddings at the property, but they will continue to make it available for receptions for both gay and straight couples.

Federal Judge Upholds Louisiana Marriage Ban
September 03 2014 3:21 PM ET

Fed. Judge Upholds Louisiana Marriage Ban

A federal judge in Louisiana made history Wednesday — by declaring the state's ban on same-sex marriage is not a violation of the U.S. Constitution.

WATCH: Which State's Marriage Equality Proposal Will Make SCOTUS Say 'I Do?'

WATCH: Which State's Marriage Proposal Will Make SCOTUS Say 'I Do?'

For Supreme Court-watchers hoping to see a definitive verdict on marriage equality nationwide, it's time to hurry up and wait.

Hawaii's Governor Loses Reelection, Blames Marriage Equality

Governor Loses Reelection, Blames Marriage Equality

The Democratic governor of Hawaii offered reporters a theory on why he lost reelection.

Same-Sex Couples Ask Supreme Court to Review Their Victory

Same-Sex Couples Ask Supreme Court to Review Their Victory

It's rare that the winning parties in a case will ask for a review of their victories, but that's exactly what's happening in the three leading states with marriage equality cases.

NOM Suffers Yet Another Defeat in Oregon

NOM Suffers Yet Another Defeat in Oregon

A federal appeals court agreed with a lower court that the antigay National Organization for Marriage has no standing to appeal a decision bringing marriage equality to Oregon.

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