The Latest: Missouri Reacts to Gay Marriage RulingThe latest reaction in Missouri to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to legalize marriages between same-sex couples
Marriage Ruling Means Illinois Couples Recognized ElsewhereFor 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.
Supreme Court Extends Same-Sex Marriage NationwideThe Supreme Court declared Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States.
Same-Sex Marriage Could Gain GroundArguments will be heard Tuesday on challenges to same-sex marriage bans in Kentucky, Tennessee, Michigan and Ohio.
Missouri Lawmakers Try to Appeal Gay Marriage CaseMissouri's Republican legislative leaders are seeking to appeal a court ruling requiring officials to recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states.
Gay Couple Wanting a Divorce Takes Argument Before Mo. Supreme CourtThe men were married in Iowa two years ago and tried to divorce in St. Louis County, but were told the court didn't have jurisdiction because of Missouri's ban on same-sex marriage.
Kansas Supreme Court Allows More Gay MarriagesThe Kansas Supreme Court has cleared the way for additional gay marriages in the state.
Gay Couples in St. Louis County Turn Out for Marriage LicensesAbout 45 same-sex couples have applied for a marriage license in St. Louis County since the county started allowing it a little more than a week ago.
Missouri Urged to Not Appeal Gay Marriage RulingMore than 3,000 Missouri residents are asking the state to drop its appeal of a federal ruling that overturns its constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.
ACLU: Gay Kansas Couple Harmed By Marriage DelayCivil liberties attorneys are telling the U.S. Supreme Court that delaying gay marriage in Kansas will harm same-sex couples and their families.
Federal Judge Rules Against Missouri Gay Marriage BanThe judge said he could find no reason for the state to dictate that people of the same gender can't be married, but he delayed the effect of his ruling while it is appealed.
Koster Walking Fine Line Between Personal Position and Duties of OfficeHe is a supporter of gay marriage, but Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster says he will ask the Missouri Supreme Court to overturn a lower court ruling this week that clears the way for gay marriage in the state.