In a landmark decision Friday, the Supreme Court ruled that states cannot ban same-sex couples from marrying.
WNBA star Brittney Griner has filed papers to have her marriage to Glory Johnson annulled just a day after the couple announced they were expected a baby and 28 days after tying the knot.
It has come to light that Facebook donated $10,000 to a politician with anti-gay beliefs. Here is what you need to know about this controversy.
After legalizing same-sex marriage, Michigan saw it’s first same-sex weddings. Here are the pictures of the very first ones.
Judge Mary Jacobson has ordered New Jersey to begin officiating same-sex marriages as of October 21. Governor Chris Christie has said he will appeal.
Rumors have been swirling that Andy Cohen is engaged to hockey player Sean Avery. Cohen’s dad Louis has come out to address the speculation. Read on.
Macklemore rocked the stage on Good Morning America today, but when a lesbian couple got engaged onstage, quoting ‘Same Love’, is when things really got crazy.
Child star Raven Symone — Olivia on the Cosby Show — has officially come out of the closet … on Twitter.
Two days after DOMA got repealed and Prop 8 was ruled as unconstitutional, California reinstated gay marriage for the first time since 2008
Melissa Etheridge shows her excitement for the Supreme Court ruling on DOMA by announcing her plan to marry girlfriend and Nurse Jackie creator Linda Wallem.
Barack Obama called Kristin Perry and Sandra Stier from Air Force One to congratulate them for the Supreme Court’s rejection of Prop 8. The two challenged the law back in 2009.
A Celebrity Twitter celebration for Supreme Court’s rule on DOMA’s Prop 8. See what Ben Affleck, Andy Cohen, Sarah Silverman, Ricky Martin, & Russell Brand say.
In a landmark ruling citing the Fifth Amendment, SCOTUS deemed the DOMA unconstitutional, and refused to take up CA’s contentious Prop 8. Jubilation around the country ensued.
The search giant commemorates a historic day with one of its timely Easter eggs.
More than 60 pages — including the majority and dissenting opinions.