Meet Justice Scalia's Mini Me

Scalia's Marriage Equality Protégé

Ohio Judge Jeffrey Sutton's solitary stance on marriage equality offers insight into how conservatives will make their case before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Is Ruth Bader Ginsburg Right?

Is Ruth Bader Ginsburg Right?

In the very definition of 'necessary but dangerous,' could a pro-marriage equality ruling from the Supreme Court stop 'the momentum that was on the side of change?'

High Court Swats Away NOM's Efforts to Dismantle Oregon Marriage Equality

High Court Ends NOM's Efforts to Undo Oregon Marriage

The antigay group has kept trying to intervene after Oregon's attorney general declined to defend the ban, but it's out of options now.

POLL: Nationwide Marriage Equality Inevitable — and Welcome

POLL: Nationwide Marriage Equality Inevitable — and Welcome

Respondents to a new USA Today/Suffolk University poll say there's no point in the Supreme Court ruling negatively on the issue.

WATCH: The Weirdest Antigay Arguments Before SCOTUS

WATCH: Weirdest Antigay Arguments Before SCOTUS

The Supreme Court will have to slog through contradictory arguments, errors, and irrelevant digressions before it hears oral argument in the marriage cases April 28.

Yes, Hillary Clinton Wants SCOTUS to Rule for Marriage Equality

Hillary Clinton Wants SCOTUS to Rule for Marriage Equality

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton says same-sex couples have a 'constitutional right' to marry.

WATCH: NOM Wants SCOTUS to Ignore National Support for Marriage Equality

WATCH: NOM Wants SCOTUS to Ignore Polling for Equal Marriage

Perhaps someone should tutor the folks at the National Organization for Marriage about how polling works.

Terminally Ill Man Can't Wait for Supreme Court Marriage Ruling

Terminally Ill Man Can't Wait for Supreme Court

By the time the Supreme Court rules, it may be too late for Bruce Morgan and Brian Merucci.

WATCH: Absurd Defenses for Marriage Bans Headed to Supreme Court

WATCH: Absurd Marriage Ban Defense Heads to SCOTUS

Four states will defend their marriage bans before the U.S. Supreme Court this month, but their arguments are hard to swallow.

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