A county clerk says her religious beliefs prevent her from carrying out same-sex marriages.
For Rick Santorum to compare the marriage equality ruling to Dred Scott v. Sandford is dangerously inappropriate.
County Clerk Kim Davis is being sued for refusing to comply with the Supreme Court's decision on marriage equality.
From Kentucky to Tennessee and Texas, judges are being asked to rule on religious dissent.
"If you are a man and want to marry another man and we catch you, no one will ever set eyes on you again."
Previously, certain benefits didn't extend to gay couples who lived in states that didn't recognize their union.
Gay marriage is coming to the big screen—but it will take "at least two years."
The presidential candidate and other notable figures left comments for a young gay boy afraid of what his future holds.
"My second wife Christine... she's put up with my crap for a lot of years. She deserves legitimacy."
How a tired homophobic catchphrase was reclaimed—and changed forever—by the gay rights movement.
The Zimbabwean leader made a bizarre swipe at US Supreme Court's decision to legalize gay marriage
An exhibition of Zanele Muholi's work at Brooklyn Museum showcases how difficult it can be to protect equality.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker called the court's decision a "grave mistake."
Friday's decision sparked a party at the bar where the gay rights movement began.
The ruling shows an activist court, for both the right and left.
Obergefell wanted his name listed as the spouse on husband John Arthur's death certificate.
"America should be very proud," the president said Friday from the Rose Garden.
"It would misunderstand these men and women to say they disrespect the idea of marriage," the majority wrote.
In Iowa, an LGBT activist and a conservative leader become unlikely friends.
Justices are preparing to issue major rulings by the end of the month.
Stubborn and visionary, Wolfson and Bonauto have transformed America for the better.
The upcoming Supreme Court deliberations on marriage equality should consider Loving v. Virginia.
The measure allows court officials to avoid gay marriage duties due to their religious beliefs.
Will Saturday's referendum prompt changes in other countries?