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  • New York celebrates same-sex marriage law for 2nd time

    More than 20,000 people marched Sunday in the city's gay pride parade, passing hundreds of thousands of spectators celebrating the U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide. For New Yorkers, the 2-mile walk from midtown...
  • Antonin Scalia doesn't heart California -- or get us, either

    Antonin Scalia doesn't heart California -- or get us, either
    In a display of judicial temperament right out of People vs. You Kids Git Off My Lawn, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia dissented spectacularly and cholerically from Friday's same-sex marriage ruling with the declaration that the court — his own...
  • Affordable Care Act Ruling Is Judicial Dereliction

    Affordable Care Act Ruling Is Judicial Dereliction
    Conservatives are dismayed about the Supreme Court's complicity in rewriting the Affordable Care Act — its ratification of the IRS's disregard of the statute's plain and purposeful language. But they have contributed to this outcome. Their decades...
  • Filipino LGBT people celebrate Gay Pride, US court decision

     Filipino LGBT people celebrate Gay Pride, US court decision
    Several hundred gays, lesbians and transgender people held a Gay Pride rally Saturday in the Philippine capital to push for LGBT rights and to celebrate the U.S. Supreme Court decision recognizing gay marriages in all U.S. states as a victory for their...
  • CAPITOL HILL BUZZ: Ted Cruz slams 'rogue justices'

    Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz attacked Chief Justice John Roberts and other members of the Supreme Court in unusually harsh terms Thursday, referring to them as "rogue justices" and "robed Houdinis" after a 6-3 decision to uphold President...
  • A 'particularly special week' for San Francisco's Pride Parade

    A 'particularly special week' for San Francisco's Pride Parade
    As active members of the gay-straight alliance at Napa High School, Carley Solberg and her friends fought hard for this moment, when acceptance would feel a little more real. When they could hope to marry just like their heterosexual friends, with...
  • Mississippi in limbo over high-court's same-sex marriage ruling

    Mississippi in limbo over high-court's same-sex marriage ruling
    Amber Hamilton and Annice Smith were the first same-sex couple to wed in Mississippi, and nearly the last, at least for a while. About an hour after the pair filled out the requisite paperwork, handed over $21 for a marriage license and sealed their...
  • Republicans still beating a dead horse

    WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court's decisive 6-3 vote confirming the right of all Americans to federally supported health-care insurance should end the Republican Party's losing war on Obamacare -- but it probably won't. The party tried and failed in...
  • Cuomo officiates gay couple's wedding, his first

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday made use of some newly granted powers to officiate at his first wedding, that of a same-sex couple who wed outside a Greenwich Village bar where police harassment of patrons sparked three days of riots in 1969....
  • Michigan utilities work to comply with air pollution rule

    The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to release a decision this week about new mercury and toxic air emissions standards for power plants, but Michigan's utility companies have already been working toward compliance. The case against the U.S. Environmental...
  • U.S. women's soccer team does learn of marriage ruling

    U.S. women's soccer team does learn of marriage ruling
    U.S. Coach Jill Ellis says she's kept her players in a protective "bubble" during this Women's World Cup, rarely allowing news from the outside world to seep in. But the team was well aware the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday in favor of same-sex...