Bush's Gay Staffers Emerge From the Closet

Bush's Gay Staffers Emerge From the Closet 

Those who worked for George W. Bush had a hard time reconciling his personal acceptance with political 'slaps in the face,' they say.

SURVEY: Same-Sex Couples Spend Less, Innovate More in Weddings

Survey: Same-Sex Couples Have Cheaper, Innovative Weddings

The Knot and The Advocate released the results of our 2014 survey comparing the traditions and trends being adopted by same-sex couples in matrimony.

WATCH: Same-Sex Couples Married in Boulder, Colo.

WATCH: Same-Sex Couples Married in Colorado

County workers in Boulder are issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, and officials in at least two other counties plan to do the same starting Friday.

Op-ed: In the Wake of Windsor

Op-ed: In the Wake of Windsor

A year after Edie Windsor's case helped ring in federal recognition of same-sex relationships, full equality is only becoming more tangible.

Sen. Susan Collins Endorses Marriage Equality

Another Republican Senator Supports Marriage Equality

On the heels of receiving HRC's endorsement, Collins joins the small number of Republicans on the side of equality.

Utah: Marriage Ban Again Struck Down in Major Decision

Utah: Marriage Ban Again Struck Down in Major Decision

The decision is being hailed by activists as a major milestone in the fight for marriage nationwide.

Indiana: Federal Judge Overturns Marriage Ban, Weddings Begin
June 25 2014 10:38 PM ET

Indiana: Weddings Have Begun

Indiana couples are rushing to obtain marriage certificates after a federal judge ruled that the state's ban was unconstitutional.

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