The president denounced the Supreme Court's decision that overturns Roe v. Wade and rebuked Thomas for his words on marriage equality.
"I'm at my wits' end," said the woman, who claims she has not slept properly due to her husband's demands.
Civil unions should "not be restricted to two people of the same sex in a presumed sexual relationship," San Francisco's archbishop Salvatore Cordileone said.
At the CNN LGBTQ Town Hall for the 2020 Democratic candidates for president, Elizabeth Warren had harsh words for a hypothetical man against gay marriage.
A bill introduced in the state assembly would render Obergefell v. Hodges null and void. "God is perfect," said Rep. Larry Pittman, "and therefore has no need to 'change with the times.'"
"This is not an easy conversation for a lot of people who have, frankly, been brung up in a certain way and are struggling to get on to the right side of history," the openly gay presidential candidate told CNN.
The Tony-nominated musical tells the story of an Indiana teen barred from bringing her girlfriend to the school dance.
"I was just so proud that I was able to do that," Rep. Denver Riggleman said officiating the wedding of two former campaign volunteers.
"Mostly it was love at first sight," says Ash Summers of her maternal grandmother and her 'Aunt P,' who met and fell in love in 1976.
The constitutional court gave legislators two years to change the civil law to allow same-sex marriage.
Airline chief Alan Joyce was one of 20 Australian business leaders to sign a letter in support of gay marriage in March.
Daley's fiance has been active in the fight for marriage equality.
The U.S. activist, who won a landmark court case for equal marriage, finds hope in a child's attitude to love.
For Rick Santorum to compare the marriage equality ruling to Dred Scott v. Sandford is dangerously inappropriate.
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."
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.