• A Year After DOMA, These Couples Choose Both Love And Country

    (CNN) -- A year ago, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a key section of the Defense of Marriage Act or DOMA, a 1996 law that recognized legal marriage as being between a man and a woman. The June 26, 2013, ruling in Windsor v. United States afforded equal federal rights and protections to married same-sex couples.

  • Federal Agencies Announcing Post-DOMA Rules

    There was a flurry of activity among federal agencies this month to issue regulations concerning how they are complying with the U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down the key provision of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). All of them were aimed at making sure same-sex marriage couples were treated equally, but not all of them resulted in a positive gain.

  • In 1996, Sanders and Biden Were on Opposite Sides of DOMA Vote

    (WB) A key vote on LGBT rights was taken 23 years ago in Congress and the results found two lawmakers who are now leading contenders for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination — Bernie Sanders and Joseph Biden — on opposite sides of the contentious issue.

  • Interview: Defeating DOMA

    Chatting with the lawyer who made it happen

  • Rice: Protecting Gays Worldwide 1 Of Most Challenging Human Rights Issue Facing The US

    WASHINGTON (AP) — With anti-gay laws taking root in nearly 80 countries, White House National Security Adviser Susan Rice on Tuesday cast the protection of gays from global discrimination, abuse and even death as one of the most challenging international human rights issue facing the United States.

  • Sanders urges Voters to look at Biden’s Votes For ‘Don’t Ask,’ DOMA

    (WB) With the Democratic presidential primary coming down a two-man race, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is urging voters to look at votes on LGBTQ rights in the 1990s when was on different sides with former Vice President Joseph Biden, including “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and the Defense of Marriage Act.