Same-sex couples must be intentional about having kids, which may contribute to the differences in academic outcomes.
The department had failed to recognize the citizenship of children born abroad to same-sex couples who are U.S. citizens.
The court strikes another blow to the State Department policy of considering some children of same-sex couples born "out of wedlock."
The newly released information finds about 1 million same-sex households living in the U.S.
This longtime authority on child rearing is back on TV, helping a diverse group of families get back in the groove.
The State Department is wrong to consider children born "out of wedlock" if they're born abroad to married same-sex couples, a federal judge rules.