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Philadelphia Honors Marriage Equality Pioneer With Edie Windsor Way

Philly's gayborhood now has a street recognizing the mother of marriage equality.

New York Gov. Proclaims Edie Windsor Day

The marriage equality pioneer is honored on what would have been her 89th birthday.

New Edie Windsor Doc Coming to Theaters

To a More Perfect Union: United States v. Windsor will be in theaters June 7.

Watch 'Edie & Thea: A Very Long Engagement' for Free

The documentary tells the love story that paved the way for marriage equality.

Why June 26 Is a Momentous Day for LGBT Equality

With today's Arkansas ruling, there have now been five pro-equality Supreme Court decisions issued on this date.

DOMA Plaintiff Edie Windsor Remarries

Windsor has married Judith Kasen, a longtime community activist.

Roberta Kaplan Just Destroyed Another Antigay Marriage Law

The lawyer who brought down DOMA continues her winning streak. 


Could Obama Nominate an LGBT Supreme Court Justice?

Many observers are touting the credentials of Pamela Karlan, a bisexual professor and lawyer who helped bring down DOMA.

Miss. Couples Take Aim at Antigay Adoption Ban

New filings by their lawyers contend these roadblocks are not even 'potholes,' and further tear apart the discredited Regnerus study on same-sex parents.

Justice Scalia's Greatest Fits

Invoking 'Kulturkampf,' 'legalistic argle-bargle,' and 'the black-robed supremacy,' Justice Scalia expresses his opposition to LGBT rights in a colorful manner. Just ask the nearest hippie.

Edie Windsor: 'I'm Absolutely Thrilled!'

The plaintiff in the landmark case that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act two years ago celebrated Friday at the Stonewall Inn.

GOP Brief: Marriage Equality Makes Society 'More Free'

A pro-equality Supreme Court brief filed by more than 300 conservatives, coordinated by Ken Mehlman, features several noteworthy changes from a similar effort in 2013.

Feds: We've Extended All Possible Benefits to Same-Sex Couples

But federal laws make some married same-sex couples ineligible for certain Social Security and veterans' benefits, explains a new report.

PHOTO: Obama, White House Thank Edie Windsor

President Obama met this week with Edie Windsor, the octogenarian lesbian whose landmark case at the U.S. Supreme Court stuck down the so-called Defense of Marriage Act.

Social Security Paying Survivor Benefits to Married Gay, Lesbian Couples

The Social Security Administration has started paying widows' and widowers' claims to surviving partners in legally recognized same-sex marriages.

Scalia Hasn't Expressed His Views on 'Gay Marriage'?

The Supreme Court's longest-serving justice told a crowd at Tufts University Thursday that he's 'waiting for the other shoe to drop' to reveal how he really feels about marriage equality.