Ted Cruz Still Wants a Federal Marriage Amendment
January 26 2015 9:16 PM ET

Ted Cruz Still Wants a Federal Marriage Amendment

The possible 2016 presidential contender doesn’t want the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on same-sex marriage bans. He’d rather just amend the U.S. Constitution to forbid them.

Texas Clerk 'Not Intimidated' by Attempt to Block Marriage Licenses

Texas Clerk 'Not Intimidated' by Attempt to Block Marriage Licenses

Travis County clerk Dana DeBeauvoir says she'd defy a proposed law that would penalize officials who issue licenses to same-sex couples.

Texas Ad Company Will Remove 'Ex-Gay' Billboard

Texas Ad Company Will Remove 'Ex-Gay' Billboard

A billboard in Dallas promoting so-called reparative therapy will be removed 'within a week,' the president of Impact Advertising says.

Texas Dads Denied Surrogacy Services Because of Marriage Discrimination

Texas Dads Denied Surrogacy Services Because of Marriage Discrimination

A Texas fertility clinic turned Jason Hanna and Joe Riggs away because they aren't legally married in Texas.

Reports: Fifth Circuit May Strike Down Marriage Bans in Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi

Reports: Fifth Circuit May Strike Down Marriage Bans

Initial reports from today's hearing at the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans suggest marriage equality supporters could be in for good news.

How Will Fifth Circuit Judges Treat Tomorrow's Marriage Equality Cases?

How Will Fifth Circuit Judges Treat Friday's Marriage Cases?

Expect a tough grilling when three marriage cases reach the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday.

Texas Trans Woman Sues Saks Fifth Avenue Over Alleged Harassment
January 05 2015 2:26 PM ET

Texas Trans Woman Sues Saks Fifth Avenue Over Alleged Harassment

Weeks after Attorney General Holder announced that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 covers discrimination based on gender identity, the upscale retailer still claims its trans workers are not protected.

San Antonio Republicans Attempt to Repeal 'Pro-Homosexual' Ordinance

San Antonio GOP Wants to Repeal LGBT Ordinance

Less than two weeks after Fayetteville, Ark., voters repealed a nondiscrimination ordinance, San Antonio's Republicans are hoping to do the same thing.

WATCH: Teen With Two Moms Tells Texas It's Time to Change
December 17 2014 10:50 AM ET

WATCH: Teen With Two Moms Tells Texas It's Time to Change

Mason Marriott-Voss, a 16-year-old student in Austin raised by two moms, says there's nothing that needs changing about his family — it's Texas that needs to change.

Texas Same-Sex Couples Can't Marry Yet, Judge Rules

Texas Same-Sex Couples Can't Marry Yet, Judge Rules

Judge Orlando Garcia turned down the plaintiffs' request to lift the stay of his pro-equality decision and let the weddings begin.

Texas DMV to Married Gays: Go to Court or Get Divorced
December 08 2014 6:07 PM ET

Texas DMV to Married Gays: Go to Court or Get Divorced

A gay man married in Iowa says the Texas DMV discriminated against him when an employee refused to allow him to change his name to his married surname.

Some Texas Counties Ready for Marriage Equality

Some Texas Counties Ready for Marriage Equality

Some county clerks are ready to stay open extra hours if a stay of a pro-equality ruling is lifted; others say they still won't license same-sex marriages.

Everything You Need to Know Now About Marriage Equality in Texas

Everything You Need to Know About Marriage in Texas

Get up to speed on the flurry of legal moves that keep trying to bring marriage equality to Texas.

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