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  • Conservatives resist gay marriage ruling; Texas defiant

    WASHINGTON Conservatives responded forcefully to the Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage, but nowhere more so than in Texas, which openly defied the ruling.
  • Christian right and gay left won't call a truce on marriage

    Christian right and gay left won't call a truce on marriage
    "[A]gainst a long history of disapproval of their relationships, this denial to same-sex couples of the right to marry works a grave and continuing harm," wrote Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy in a 5-4 landmark decision concerning marriage equality....

    For Obama and Clinton, twisty paths to 'yes' on gay marriage

    When President Barack Obama praised the Supreme Court's watershed same-sex marriage ruling, he held it up as evidence that a "shift in hearts and minds is possible." Obama may well have been describing his own public trajectory on gay unions — a...

    Hollywood social media give same-sex marriage ruling a big thumbs up

    Hollywood social media give same-sex marriage ruling a big thumbs up
    Veteran actor Ian McKellen celebrated with a Vine video. Singer Miley Cyrus rejoiced with some screaming and a few emojis. And talk show host Ellen DeGeneres summed up her joy in two words and a hashtag. In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court ruled...

    Long struggle, quick endgame as same-sex marriage prevails

    Back in 1996, President Bill Clinton signed a law stipulating that the federal government would not recognize marriages between same-sex couples. On Friday night, the White House was illuminated with rainbow colors in celebration of the Supreme Court...