At least three gay couples received marriage licenses Friday in Rowan County, embracing and celebrating as the defiant clerk sat remained jailed because she refuses to issue the licenses or allow her deputies to hand them out.
Kim Davis sat in a church pew on a Sunday morning about four years ago, listening as the man in the pulpit preached of forgiveness and God’s grace.
Jim Harbaugh recently made a visit to the highest court in the land, another stop in what has proven to be a busy off-season for the former coach of the San Francisco 49ers.
A Texas judge believes he may have found a clever way to wed gay couples without sacrificing his anti same-sex marriage stance.
American Samoa is the only U.S. territory to hold out against the recent Supreme Court ruling that legalized gay marriage.
The Supreme Court has upheld the use of a controversial drug that has been implicated in several botched executions, but California is not affected since it doesn’t use the drug in its lethal injection cocktail.
Texas’ conservative Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton called the Supreme Court decision giving same-sex couples the right to marry a “lawless ruling” and said state workers can cite their religious objections in denying marriage licenses.
Tech companies strutted their pride Sunday as Apple, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Uber and hundreds other high-tech employees came out in full force for the 45th Annual Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco.
California Newspaper Saturday Editions Go Big With Same-Sex Marriage But Red Bluff Paper’s Front Page Ignores History
Most California newspapers, as well as those around the nation, played the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage high on their Saturday edition front pages — not so in Red Bluff.
A small group of protesters took over the pedestrian bridge over Interstate 80 in Berkeley to voice their displeasure with the Supreme Court’s ruling ending same-sex marriage bans. Westbound drivers were greeted with signs that read “Ignore Insane Judges” and “Marriage = 1 man + 1 woman.”