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
This week’s cover story, ‘How Gay Marriage Won,’ explores the dramatic cultural shift towards recognizing same-sex unions. We’re asking our followers to share their stories and photos with us using hashtag #TIMEGayMarriage.
Bucking national polls on gay marriage, conservative Senate Democrats track home state opinion.
The word “marriage,” as John P. Marquand might have said, is a damnably serious business — particularly when it comes to America’s cultural grapple over homosexuality
Massimo Calabresi attended today’s Supreme Court hearing on the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act.
Justice Anthony Kennedy will be at the center of one of the great historic civil rights debates of our lifetimes
From the first gay-rights organization to the battle for marriage equality, TIME looks at the history of the gay-rights movement.
The Alaska Senator, who admitted his support for gay marriage last year, reaffirms his view.
Senator Mark Warner announced his support for gay marriage. Eleven Democratic Senators remain opposed. Who’s next? UPDATE: Answer—Sen. Jon Tester and Sen. Hagan