By By NICHOLAS RICCARDIAssociated Press
DENVER (AP) - Sara Stevenson spends her working hours surrounded by Republicans, namely the married men who work alongside her in a Denver oil and gas firm company. But after hours and on weekends, she usually spends her time with other single women, and
By By RYAN J. FOLEYAssociated Press
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - The University of Iowa has become the nation's first public university to include optional questions about sexual orientation and gender identity on its application, a move hailed Wednesday by advocates hoping to improve the college
SEATTLE (AP) - About 140 same-sex couples got married at Seattle's City Hall on Sunday. City officials opened City Hall on Sunday at 10 a.m. and 16 local judges volunteered to conduct the weddings. There were five separate chapels to accommodate the couples.
By By MARK SHERMANAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Gay marriage supporters see 41 reasons to fret over the Supreme Court's decision to take up the case of California's ban on same-sex unions.
While nine states allow same-sex partners to marry, or will soon, 41 states do not. Of those
By By RACHEL LA CORTEAssociated Press
SEATTLE (AP) - Keith Bacon and Corianton Hale wore dress shirts as they recited their vows at Seattle City Hall, as the city hosted more than 100 weddings on the first day same-sex couples could marry in Washington state.
A few hours later Sunday, the happy
By By PATRICK CONDONAssociated Press
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - When Jack Baker proposed to Michael McConnell that they join their lives together as a couple, in March 1967, McConnell accepted with a condition that was utterly radical for its time: that someday they would legally marry.
Just a few
By By The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. WHO'S TALKING AS U.S. FINANCIAL DEADLINE NEARS
Obama and Boehner meet at the White House to discuss averting the impending "fiscal cliff."
2. WHAT'S ON THE