- 88 of 95 Tennessee counties complying with same-sex ruling Updated: Jun-30-15 9:05 am
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - Seven of Tennessee's 95 counties were not issuing same-sex marriage licenses on Monday, but officials say technical hurdles, rather than political objections, were to blame for the majority of the delays.
- La. court clerks get OK to issue same-sex marriage licenses Updated: Jun-30-15 12:11 am
NEW ORLEANS - Two New Orleans men celebrated what apparently was the first same-sex wedding in Louisiana as the last holdout state began issuing licenses to same-sex couples after the historic U.S. Supreme Court decision that marriage is a fundamental right for all Americans.
- Some counties give gay marriage licenses, others refuse Updated: Jun-29-15 10:35 pm
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Nearly one-third of Alabama counties on Monday were not issuing marriage licenses to gay couples, or had shut down marriage license operations altogether, despite Friday's landmark U.S Supreme Court ruling that same-sex couples have a fundamental right to marry.
- Clerks issuing same-sex marriage licenses in Mississippi Updated: Jun-29-15 7:41 pm
JACKSON, Mississippi - In the basement of the Hinds County Courthouse, in a corner underneath peeling paint and next to a United Way poster, Michael Dorado and Aaron Polk were getting married Monday.
- Texas issuing gay marriage licenses, despite AG's opinion Updated: Jun-29-15 7:30 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - Many county clerks across Texas have begun issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, despite instructions from the state attorney general that they could refuse to do so if it violates their religious beliefs. And most of the ones holding out say they are doing so for logistic - not religious - reasons.
- Arkansas clerk will resign over same-sex marriage licenses Updated: Jun-29-15 6:08 pm
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - A county clerk in Arkansas announced plans to resign effective Tuesday, saying she has a moral objection to issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
- Kentucky clerks object to ruling, halt marriage licenses Updated: Jun-29-15 2:54 pm
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - A few court clerks in Kentucky are refusing to issue marriage licenses to any couple as an objection to the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage.
- Texas AG: State workers can deny licenses to gay couples Updated: Jun-28-15 8:56 pm
LUBBOCK, Texas - 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.
- Cuomo officiates gay couple's wedding, his first Updated: Jun-28-15 1:59 pm
NEW YORK - 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.
- Some gay marriage opponents balk, while couples rush to wed Updated: Jun-27-15 1:54 pm
CINCINNATI - With the mayor of Dayton declaring "you are now husband and husband," the wait for Ohio to allow same-sex marriage ended for a gay couple in the city just as it is ending for couples across the last states with bans on such unions - even if the opposition isn't over.
- Minnesota same-sex marriage pioneer hails high court ruling Updated: Jun-27-15 12:50 pm
MINNEAPOLIS - A Minneapolis man who fought for his own same-sex marriage more than 40 years ago is celebrating the landmark Supreme Court ruling that said gay couples can marry anywhere in the country.
- DeKalb County courthouse open for Saturday weddings Updated: Jun-27-15 10:16 am
DECATUR, Georgia - Judges in DeKalb County will be marrying couples Saturday after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized gay marriage.
- Q&A: Where Texas stands after same-sex marriage legalized Updated: Jun-27-15 3:04 am
AUSTIN, Texas - How same-sex marriage is reverberating across Texas after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that gays and lesbians have the right to wed:
- Celebrations begin in NYC after US same-sex marriage ruling Updated: Jun-27-15 1:49 am
NEW YORK - From pop-up parties to weddings, New Yorkers celebrated the Supreme Court's ruling Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States.
- San Francisco celebrates same-sex marriage decision Updated: Jun-27-15 1:46 am
SAN FRANCISCO - The celebration began early and built throughout the day in San Francisco, a city at the vanguard of the gay rights fight.
- Same-sex couple marries in Nashville after ban overturned Updated: Jun-26-15 8:30 pm
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - Nikki von Haeger and Lauren Mesnard became the first same-sex couple to marry in Nashville after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the state's gay marriage ban Friday.
- The Latest: Gay couples issued licenses, supporters rally Updated: Jun-26-15 8:22 pm
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - The latest on Kentucky reaction to the Supreme Court ruling that same-sex couples have a right to marry in all 50 states (all times local):
- Roadblocks to gay marriage remain in Louisiana Updated: Jun-26-15 8:20 pm
NEW ORLEANS - A historic Supreme Court ruling upholding same-sex marriage as a nationwide right failed to immediately topple roadblocks to legal gay unions in Louisiana, where a constitutional ban was approved by voters in 2004 and upheld by a federal judge last year.
- Gay couples wed on historic day as conservatives resist Updated: Jun-26-15 8:19 pm
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Benjamin Moore and Tadd Roberts wore matching tuxedos to the county clerk's office in Louisville to get married Friday, and the mayor greeted them with a bottle of champagne.
- Marriage licenses issued in Kentucky to same-sex couples Updated: Jun-26-15 8:12 pm
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Timothy Love was at the head of the line Friday with his same-sex partner of 35 years to obtain the marriage license he fought for in the courts.
- Historic gay marriage ruling stirs emotion across US Updated: Jun-26-15 8:11 pm
Some snapshots of Americans reacting to Friday's Supreme Court ruling declaring that same-sex couples have a right to marry in all 50 states.
- The Latest: Missouri reacts to gay marriage ruling Updated: Jun-26-15 7:42 pm
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - The latest reaction in Missouri to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to legalize marriages between same-sex couples (all times local):
- Marriage ruling means Illinois couples recognized elsewhere Updated: Jun-26-15 7:31 pm
CHICAGO - For Illinois residents, the most immediate impact of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision legalizing gay marriage nationwide is that same-sex couples can travel out of state knowing their marriages will be recognized elsewhere.
- In South Dakota, gay marriages quickly commence Updated: Jun-26-15 7:23 pm
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - Gay South Dakotans exulted Friday as the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples in America have the constitutional right to marry and county officials across the state began issuing marriage licenses to all.
- Roy Moore predicts backlash over court's gay marriage ruling Updated: Jun-26-15 6:50 pm
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore says the U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage has "destroyed the foundation of our country which is family," and he predicted a conservative Christian backlash.