With one week left before the Supreme Court's first conference of its new session, some federal courts are delaying any further action on marriage.
They met in Yale, Iowa, in 1942, but didn't come out to the world—and to people they loved—until Sept. 6, 2014.
Two years after approving a constitutional marriage ban, voters have grown more sympathetic to marriage equality, according to a new pair of polls.
Governor Phil Bryant has aligned himself with the antigay Alliance Defending Freedom in opposing the state's sole challenge to its marriage ban.
In less than a decade, our families have gone from a tactic to block marriage equality to one of the best arguments for legal relationship recognition.
Texas law enforcement officials, clergy, business owners, and first responders are showing support for marriage equality.
Marriage is on hold for now in Indiana and Wisconsin, with a stay that the Supreme Court could lift within a month, or prolong into 2015.
The Supreme Court justice's latest remarks seem to contradict her own earlier prediction that the court will not duck the issue of marriage equality.
Attorney Monte Stewart has accrued tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees, with little to show for it.