Supreme Court: Marriage Equality Back On in Nevada

Supreme Court: Marriage Equality Back On in Nevada

Because state officials will not appeal Tuesday's ruling striking down Nevada's ban on same-sex marriage, couples in that state can soon begin to marry, the Supreme Court announced.

Who's Next? Predicting More Marriage Wins

Who's Next? Predicting More Marriage Wins

Which states will be the next to institute marriage equality — and how will it happen?

Supreme Court Puts Idaho and Nevada Marriages On Hold
October 08 2014 4:12 PM ET

Supreme Court Puts Idaho Marriages On Hold

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy granted Idaho's request for a stay on yesterday's order striking down the state's marriage ban, as attorneys for the state's Republican leadership prepare to appeal.

WATCH: Republican Chair Praises Antigay Activists

WATCH: Republican Chair Praises Antigay Activists

Religious right leaders such as Tony Perkins 'are right to be concerned' about same-sex marriage, says RNC head Reince Priebus.

S.C. AG Vows to Uphold Marriage Ban

South Carolina AG Vows to Uphold Marriage Ban

The state's attorney general and governor will continue to deny gays and lesbians marriage rights, despite the Supreme Court letting a circuit court ruling stand that also covers South Carolina.

Federal Court Strikes Down Idaho and Nevada Marriage Bans

Federal Court Strikes Down Idaho, Nevada Marriage Bans

Tuesday's ruling by the Ninth Circuit could have implications in three more states.

Oklahoma: Plaintiffs Wed, But Doesn't Look Like Happy Ending to Governor

Oklahoma: Plaintiffs Wed, But Doesn't Look Like Happy Ending to Governor

The couple at the center of the Oklahoma marriage case expressed joy over the Supreme Court's decision but also were "a little bit annoyed" that the court didn't get directly involved.

Op-ed: A Victory But Not Justice for All

Op-ed: HRC's Chad Griffin Says Delaying Justice Is 'Maddening'

HRC president Chad Griffin toasts the states that extend the right to marry to all couples, but acknowledges many couples still seek equal justice.

Meet 44 of the New Edie Windsors

Meet 44 of the New Edie Windsors

These are the couples who brought the cases that just won marriage in their home states.

Has The Supreme Court Made Marriage an Issue in the Midterm Election?

Has Supreme Court Made Marriage an Election Issue?

The issue is now clearly back in the political arena, but Republicans seem to want to avoid it.

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