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The New Yorker celebrated the Supreme Court's historic rulings on gay marriage with one of its most awesome covers of all time. It marked the moment by featuring what many people consider to be one of the most famous gay couples in pop culture: Bert and Ernie.
PHOTO: The magazine wrote that the cover artist, named Jack Hunter, originally submitted the image, unsolicited, to a Tumblr
Katami and Zarillo, of Burbank, Calif., have been together since 1998 and were two of the plaintiffs in the case against
The measured enthusiasm contrasted with the exuberant cheers that greeted word earlier that the Supreme Court had struck
Proposition 8 was dismissed on standing by the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday, and here's how the vote broke down. For information
President Barack Obama called the plaintiffs and lawyers who brought Proposition 8 to the Supreme Court after the high court
By a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court decided that traditional marriage activists who put the anti-gay marriage measure Proposition
The Supreme Court struck down on Wednesday the Defense of Marriage Act and a ban on same-sex marriage in California. News
The Supreme Court ruled on two major gay marriage cases Wednesday, deciding the fate of California's Proposition 8 and the
HuffPost's Mike Sacks and Ryan Reilly report: The Supreme Court weighed in this morning on Proposition 8, California's gay
Hollingsworth v. Perry Read the entire decision below: By a 5-4 vote, the court held in Hollingsworth v. Perry that opponents
If March's oral arguments were any indication, the justices' unusual alliances on Wednesday -- Scalia and Roberts with three
Like most of my straight counterparts know, a wedding takes a lot of time. Most venues require a full year to book in advance. Which is no problem unless you're like us and the entire wedding is dependent on how the courts rule.
This week the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America will vote to recommend including gay scouts while excluding gay adult leaders. That the BSA is even considering a reversal of its ban on gay scouts reflects our country's evolution on LGBT equality over the last 12 months.
Federalism is important, but there is no federalism "for its own sake"--it is a structural means to a substantive end. In the United States, that end should be fairness and justice for all.
The answers to these and other questions in the same-sex marriage debate are obvious. The only real question is when the
The film would be based on Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black's "8," a play that used transcripts from the 2010
Standing nearby, Evita, a 16-year-old from Chicago wearing a black leather jacket and dark mascara, listened carefully. She
In my judgment this Proposition 8 battle is a distraction from addressing the real issues that destroy marriages.
An audio recording of the Proposition 8 Supreme Court hearing is available here. After the Supreme Court hearing on Proposition