State of our unions: A conversation about marriage in America
State of our unions: What are the real-life impacts of the Court’s decisions?
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Two days of hearings showed the high court to be as divided as the rest of the nation over gay marriage.
THE TAKE | There is little doubt all Dems in running for 2016 will be in favor, but where will the GOP fall?
Studies on how children raised by same-sex parents turn out are relatively new and small in size.
The justices question whether the time is right to rule on California’s voter-approved ban.
Dozens of athletes have signed a brief in a Supreme Court case.
Men in traditionally tough-guy roles — NFL players, rappers — are publicly supporting same-sex marriage.
It's not just a generational thing.
A Post survey shows 58 percent of Americans now in favor; support grows across age, party affiliation.
Like President Obama, Clinton has long been "evolving" on this issue, under pressure from gay rights activists.
As court prepares to consider same-sex marriage, the justices themselves display a wide range of personal choices reflective of the experience.
Ohio conservative’s announcement of support for same-sex weddings elicits surprise on the right.
Don't expect to hear ambitious Republicans talking much about their opposition to same-sex marriage in 2016.
Lawyers fighting California’s ban needed an ideal pair. Jeff Zarrillo and Paul Katami just want to get married.
The president who signed the Defense of Marriage Act now believes it’s unconstitutional.
Gay marriage foes concentrated among older, evangelical and non-college educated voters.
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