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Alabama Justice Roy Moore Defends Himself Against Same-Sex Marriage Ethics Violation Charges

NATIONAL | By John Riley | Sep 29
Alabama Chief Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore has denied that he encouraged probate judges to defy the U.S. Supreme Court's decision that legalized marriage equality nationwide.

Financial Planning and Marriage Equality

SAVING | By John Lake, LGBT Segment Manager at Wells Fargo | Sep 18
It's been over a year since the U.S. Supreme Court legalized marriage for same-sex couples in all 50 states. This was a joyful milestone, but also a reminder that marriage carries financial consequences.

Out There :: Grand Hotel

CULTURE | By Roberto Friedman | Jul 31
Last week Out There was in the grand old house for a pre-publication party celebrating The New York Times bestselling author Amor Towles and his new novel "A Gentleman in Moscow."

Irish Lives Recounted in Book About Marriage Fight

BOOKS | By Brian Bromberger | Jul 30
The book is a series of often heartbreaking interviews, as gay novelist Colm Toibin wrote in his forward, "that make clear being gay in Ireland was perhaps a more essential aspect of Irish history and Irish reality than anyone was aware."

The Tender Biracial Love Story 'Loving' Lands at Cannes

MOVIES | By Jake Coyle | May 17
Jeff Nichols' quiet drama about the profound and simple love that toppled interracial marriage restrictions in the United States made its debut at the Cannes Film Festival on Monday.

Report: In North Carolina, Divorce Rate Falls in Wake of Marriage Equality

By Nick de la Canal | Feb 6
Opponents of same-sex marriage have regularly warned that allowing same-sex marriage could destroy the sanctity of traditional marriages. So much for that theory.

Tenn. County's Plan: Overturn, Outlaw Marriage Equality

FAMILY | By John Riley | Jan 2
Opponents of same-sex marriage hope to gain support from at least 38 of the 50 states to push for a constitutional convention to overturn the Supreme Court's ruling.

Year in Review 2015: To Love, Honor and Cherish

NATIONAL | By Chris Tittel | Dec 26
2015 was a banner year for dignity, family parity, and the equality of LGBTs in the United States and around the world. At the same time, anti-gay forces have never been more implacable. Here's a quick recap of some major events.

Kentucky Gov.-Elect: Clerks Won't Have to See Their Names on Same-Sex Couples' Marriage Licenses

NATIONAL | By John Riley | Nov 14
According to Reuters, Gov.-elect Matt Bevin, a Republican, said on Friday that when he takes office in December, he will order changes to the state marriage license form to accommodate those who object to same-sex marriage.

Religious Americans Keeping the Faith, But Changing with Time

RELIGION | By Rachel Zoll | Nov 3
The survey also found nearly every major religion was notably more accepting of same-sex relationships, including among groups that have been most vocally opposed to gay marriage.

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