Same-sex marriage in the United States
Roy Moore could be removed from the Alabama Supreme Court — again.
"Everyone has a right to their own opinion," Jim Obergefell said Tuesday.
Religious organizations want votes on the First Amendment Defense Act.
It was a big day for the justices -- but they aren't finished yet.
The Supreme Court may be hestitant to label people as homophobic, one expert said.
Activists are calling for passage of a federal anti-discrimination law.
The number is much higher than previously thought, according to a new poll.
A brief filed Thursday in the landmark case urges the justices to weigh free speech.
The case is likely to yield a landmark ruling on an issue that has divided the country.
After the ruling, the order was put on hold so the state can consider an appeal.
Obama’s efforts to exert influence across the globe will lead discussion.
Senator calls justices' refusal to hear challenges "tragic and indefensible."
Jim Obergefell tweeted his condolences Saturday evening.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch is implementing the policy.
Churches and religious universities could lose their tax exempt status, experts say.
What it would mean if the Supreme Court ruling on Obergefell v. Hodges comes Friday.
Sen. Mike Lee is planning to introduce legislation to protect religious institutions.
Gay marriage supporters are hopeful the court could legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states.
Rep. Steve King said his bill would stop courts from "destroying traditional marriage."
Obama also called gay marriage a civil right.
Supreme Court request came before a district court of appeals rendered its decision.
“The court has lit the fuse to a powder keg," Tony Perkins said.
Candidates in red and purple states alike are as reticent as Supreme Court on issue.
Same-sex marriage was slated to become legal in the state on Thursday.