Oregon May Be Next to Legalize Marriage Through Voters
November 13 2012 3:33 PM ET

Oregon: Next to Legalize Marriage Through Voters?

Michelle Garcia

After three successful attempts to legalize marriage by the ballot box and another success in preventing a Minnesota constitutional ban on same-sex couples marrying, Oregon may be the next state to

NOMs Post Election Freakout Includes an Attack on Starbucks
November 10 2012 2:25 PM ET

NOM's Post-Election Freak-Out: Attack Starbucks

Neal Broverman

After the antigay National Organization for Marriage was handed four stinging defeats Tuesday, with voters endorsing marriage equality in three states and shutting down a divisive ban in another, t

WATCH The Moment of Victory in Maine
November 09 2012 7:18 PM ET

WATCH: The Moment of Victory in Maine

Sunnivie Brydum

On November 6, Maine voters made history by becoming the first in the nation to legalize marriage equality at the ballot box. The moment Mainers United for Marriage campaign heard the news is captured in this emotional video.

WATCH Tony Perkins Say Legal Gay Marriage Will Break This Nation Apart
November 09 2012 3:21 PM ET

WATCH: Tony Perkins Says Gay Marriage Will 'Break This Nation Apart'

Sunnivie Brydum

Reacting to pro-equality victories following Tuesday's election, head of the antigay Family Research Council Tony Perkins made some dire predictions for the future of America's eternal soul.

Obama Absolutely Delighted by Marriage Equality Victories
November 09 2012 2:41 PM ET

Obama 'Absolutely Delighted' by Marriage Equality Victories

Sunnivie Brydum

A senior advisor says the President is elated by votes legalizing marriage equality in Maine, Maryland, and Washington.

WATCH Footballers Ayanbadejo and Kluwe Celebrate Marriage Wins
November 08 2012 3:10 PM ET

WATCH: Footballers Ayanbadejo, Kluwe Celebrate Marriage Wins

Trudy Ring

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo is thrilled that Marylanders voted for marriage equality, and Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe praises his state's voters for rejecting an anti-equality measure.

One in Five Gay Couples Now Live in Marriage Equality States
November 08 2012 2:32 PM ET

One in Five Gay Couples Now Live in Marriage Equality States

Trudy Ring

About 35,000 same-sex couples live in Maine, Maryland, and Washington State, where voters approved marriage equality in Tuesday's election.

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