The state Senate in Washington passed a bill on Wednesday night that puts the Evergreen State on a course to becoming the seventh state in the country to legalize gay marriage.
France finally became the 14th country to legalize gay marriage on Saturday when President Francois Hollande signed the bill that legalizes same sex marriage into law. But ugly protests that have marked the legal process will continue even now that the bill is passed.
Rick Santorum protested for months that he couldn't get any media attention, but now that he's earned it with a near-tie for first place in the Iowa caucuses, he's learning attention isn't always so much fun.
Governor Chris Gregoire issued a commanding statement Wednesday about his plans to introduce a bill to legalize gay marriage in the state next week.
Candace Gingrich-Jones, the sister of the would-be president of the United States, is a lesbian and a longtime activist for equal rights for gay people. The siblings get along, but they also avoid debating some issues.
Being a Republican politician often requires denouncing homosexuality as a threat to the existence to the American family, but staffing a campaign requires hiring gay staffers. That's when the trouble begins.
The California State Supreme Court ruled today that proponents of Proposition 8, the referendum that banned gay marriage there, have the right to defend the law in court, likely pushing the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Army National Guard Maj. Shannon McLaughlin, her wife Casey, and other service members will file a suit in Boston today that challenges the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act, reports The Washington Post.
But the Department of Defense stopped short of universally endorsing the marriages themselves
A few incorrectly checked boxes caused a lot of problems for the U.S. Census Bureau
Only 2.5 percent of lesbians in civil partnerships separate in the U.K.
Soldiers come out in national media after decades in the closet
Republicans are worrying about the suburban appeal of their frontrunner
Scaring seniors is reckless and wrong, unless you're struggling in the polls
Emails from Phillip Hinkle asked a male 18-year-old "for a really good time"
Gay marriage supporters don't support a petition for the puppets to get married
Says $500,000 donation to Romney PAC "not reflective" of company's gay rights stance
Despite the talk in Washington about budgets, in Iowa it's all about religion
Parton issues an apology over the furor surrounding a theme park policy
Savage (humorously) threatens to give Santorum another "Google problem"
A group alleges the Senate violated procedures in passage of the bill
Plus: Prince William gives Kate Middleton his mother's "most prized set of jewels."
Hundreds of gay couples began marrying just after midnight in New York
The repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell will be certified
Jay Carney announced the president's stance in a press briefing today
The congresswoman is now a top target of her dreaded "homosexual agenda"
But her belief that homosexuality is "part of Satan" won't hurt her that much in Iowa
From porn to gay marriage to slave-era black families: this vow has it all
He'll preside over the marriage of two city officials on July 24
City clerks and judges will work the weekend to eliminate any further delay for couples
Michele Bachmann's husband has strong feelings about gay "barbarians"
Obama hasn't endorsed same-sex marriage but there's no doubt on where he stands
At White House Pride Month event last night, the sex columnist stepped forward
Protested by gay rights advocates, the bill had support of gay marriage opponents
Most conservative reactions have been measured, but some have utterly lost it
The key deals that secured some GOP support for the bill
Cuomo's work on marriage equality could give him the same lift as Iraq did for Obama
The "NYC I do" campaign hopes to bring in millions of dollars in revenue for the city
Two behind-the-scenes pieces credit money over social justice
On the road to gay marriage, fugitives as heroes, and war by assassination
Euphoria, paranoia, and recognition of a historic landmark
After lawmakers reached an an agreement on amended language, a vote is expected Friday night
The president praises the fight for equal rights but doesn't step onto the battlefield
Press Secretary Jay Carney doubts the president will say anything new
He's in New York for an LGBT fundraiser while the state debates same-sex marriage
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