Kluwe: Vikings Won't Release Investigation Data on Team Homophobia
July 15 2014 2:28 PM ET

Kluwe: Vikings Won't Share Investigation of Team Homophobia

A year after Chris Kluwe was cut from the Minnesota Vikings and possibly blacklisted from the NFL, an internal investigation into the team will not be released, despite promises to do so.

Colo. Counties Can Keep Issuing Same-Sex Marriage Licenses
July 14 2014 8:22 PM ET

Judge: Keep Calm and Marry On, Colorado

Judges around the state are refusing to stop clerks in three counties from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, despite the state constitution's ban on same-sex marriage.

Christie Warns Marriage Debate Not Over Yet

Christie Warns Marriage Debate Not Over Yet

Republican governors take on marriage equality as the country becomes more supportive of LGBT rights.

Op-ed: Hillary Clinton's Marriage Evolution Is Hardly the Point

Op-ed: Stuck on Hillary Clinton's Marriage Evolution?

While some are getting hung up on a interview in which Hillary Clinton was defensive about her changing stance on marriage equality, Joe Solmonese says fixating on it is not constructive.

DOJ Will Urge Supreme Court to Rule for Marriage Equality

WATCH: DOJ Will Urge Supreme Court to Rule for Marriage Equality

If the high court hears a case involving a state-level ban, the Justice Department will file a brief in support of equality, says Attorney General Eric Holder.

Utah Marriage Recognition Possible by July 21

Utah Marriage Recognition Possible by July 21

Thanks to a court ruling Friday, Utah may soon recognize the unions of same-sex couples who wed in the state's brief marriage equality window.

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