The latest column from media critic Joe Concha is headlined "Supremely Tiresome: The Gay Marriage Issue Is Inescapable On TV, Radio, Facebook."
Artem Kalinin, an LGBT leader in Syktyvkar, is beaten on the same day the city announces restrictions on a pride event.
Both divas have posted handwritten notes supporting marriage equality via Instagram.
Ruben Diaz Jr., a public official himself as Bronx borough president in New York City, takes a stance opposite that of his father, a state senator.
Conservative politicians and pundits, such as Texas governor Rick Perry, are portraying anti-equality forces as victims of intolerance. Meanwhile, a NOM rally in D.C. has light attendance, despite a perhaps 'unexpected' presence.
Karen Morgan, denied benefits after the death of her wife, Charlie, tells Thomas Roberts she thinks the Supreme Court will do the right thing.
From her seat in the Supreme Court, reporter Kerry Eleveld highlights the most important moments in a hearing challenging the Defense of Marriage Act's constitutionality.
Edie Windsor got a hero's welcome outside the Supreme Court as she walked the long staircase down to meet supporters.
The complete audio and transcript of today's hearing has been released.
Some of the conservative news channel's anchors think the anti-equality arguments are weak — but Rush Limbaugh disses them for saying so.
The challenge to the Defense of Marriage Act heard today by the Supreme Court got positive reviews from the plaintiff.