- The Magazine
Meet the two attorneys who will argue for nationwide marriage equality
Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee file briefs with the Supreme Court
— Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore speaking at a Monday rally in support of “Biblical marriage.” Moore, who has openly defied a federal court order striking...
The government of Puerto Rico announced Friday it will no longer defend the U.S. territory’s ban on same-sex marriage. Justice Secretary Cesar Miranda told reporters...
Supreme Court asked to hear a transgender inmate’s appeal of a ruling denying her gender reassignment surgery
Senator Cruz says marriage equality rulings are a “real danger to our liberty”
Poll indicates support for same-sex marriage has hit an all-time high
The Obama administration urged the U.S. Supreme Court to rule in favor of marriage equality nationwide
Conservatives urge the Supreme Court to rule in favor of marriage equality
Same-sex marriages will not begin in Nebraska next week
Nebraska’s ban on same-sex marriage struck down
The first step in the legal process is complete.
Mobile County must issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg thinks Americans are ready to accept a ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide.
“When federal law is in conflict with state law, federal law wins out.” —President Barack Obama, speaking with BuzzFeed News. Obama made his comments in light...