“What a day for Minnesota!” the Democratic governor declared, as American and rainbow flags flapped in a sweltering hot wind. The Minnesota State …
Minnesota is set to become the first state in Midwest to legalize gay marriage by legislative vote, and the third nationwide in just 10 days, joining Rhode Island and Delaware
Supporters already are celebrating the Minnesota House’s passage of a measure to legalize gay marriage, but there are a few more steps before it gets to Gov. Mark Dayton’s desk.
Delaware will become the 11th state to allow same-sex marriages.
(PROVIDENCE, R.I.) — State lawmakers in Rhode Island could decide whether the nation’s smallest state becomes the 10th to allow gay and lesbian couples to marry.
Following months of review and debate, the state Senate is set …
The Republican National Committee voted unanimously Friday to reaffirm the party’s commitment to upholding the definition of marriage as between one man and one woman, upending party efforts to grow support among younger voters.
And then there were three…
Dan Amira and Jonathan Chait of New York magazine have a pitch-perfect March Madness breakdown of the four Senate Democrat holdouts who oppose gay marriage
Bill Nelson (D-Fl.) endorses gay marriage, leaving only six Senate Democrats who don’t
UPDATE: Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) also announces his support for marriage equality.
Sen. Bob Casey joins four other Democratic Senators who have switched their views on gay marriage in the past two weeks.
Rick Stengel stops by the ‘Morning Joe’ set to discuss David Von Drehle’s latest cover story.
The gay and lesbian community has gone from Stonewall to the altar in two generations