A look at the consequences of the big new SCOTUS decisions
The Supreme Court lets stand state rulings allowing same-sex marriage.
Good news for Obamacare supporters, bad news for former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell.
Ed Snowden, Bitcoin, Uber, and same-sex couples all changed society by defying conventional wisdom.
The IRS and Medicare have announced they don't care if a married couple lives in a state that recognizes that marriage. If the marriage is real, it's good enough for them.
Sanjay Gupta comes out for medical marijuana -- but he's just following the rest of America.
United States v. Windsor could affect everything from Social Security to farm subsidies.
Edie Windsor's newly recognized marriage saved her hundreds of thousands of dollars. Why should marriage matter that much for taxes?
Here's what the Supreme Court's ruling overturning the Defense of Marriage Act means for the federal budget.
The Supreme Court ducked a ruling on the merits of California's same-sex marriage ban. But that's the same thing as a win for California's LGBT couples.
The 17-year-old federal law defining marriage is no more. What does that mean for same-sex couples?
Support for same-sex marriage in the Senate has grown exponentially.
The Supreme Court expert on this term's same-sex marriage cases, and what we learned from oral arguments.
Life's too short to read entire oral arguments. Here are the key back-and-forths to read in today's Supreme Court oral arguments.
The second day of Supreme Court oral arguments on gay marriage, this time focusing on the federal ban, have concluded. Read them here.
Yesterday the Supreme Court debated Prop 8. Today they're debating the federal ban on gay marriage. Here are the basics.
Life's too short to read entire oral arguments. Here are the exchanges you need to know about.
The Supreme Court's arguments about the constitutionality of same-sex marriage bans, and about whether it even has the right to rule on their constitutionality.
The Supreme Court is deciding on three separate casing dealing with marriage rights for gay, lesbian, and bisexual couples. Here's what's at stake.
A political scientist who predicted the effect of demographic changes on the election talks about on what Republicans need to do to compete.