Over 60 same-sex couples celebrated Sunday afternoon in the Old San Juan district.
Clinton Brentwood Lee's response to an anti–same-sex marriage client is going viral after he posted it to Facebook.
Shout-out to SCOTUS, aka the real MVP!
The running of the interns set to Bey is all you need.
A long and trying debate over whether marriage equality is bad for children was dealt a lethal blow on Friday, when the Supreme Court ruled that states can no longer ban same-sex marriage. The 2012 study that suggested same-sex marriage harms children was shoddy on many levels, experts say.
Eighteen other countries legalized same-sex marriage before America. Let's see how some of them are holding up.
Chill chill chill chill chill yo
BuzzFeed News asked marriage equality supporters at the Supreme Court if they had anything to say to the people who have opposed same-sex couples' marriage rights in the past.
Today marks a historic day for our American neighbours, so we come bearing sugar and celebratory cards.
It's a great day to wear rainbows, isn't it?
CANADA IS SO HAPPY FOR YOU, AMERICA!
"I now have the legal right to marry my fiancee in the most rural county of Mississippi or Alabama. But not Melbourne."
After the Supreme Court ruled bans on same-sex marriage are unconstitutional, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio focused on religious freedom — while Mike Huckabee, Bobby Jindal, and, most interestingly, Scott Walker focused more on keeping the fight alive.
After the United States Supreme Court ruled states can no longer ban same-sex marriage people celebrated love. Here are the party pics.
President Obama addressed the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to end state same-sex marriage bans.
"It is so ordered."
No, really! How could you be mad at these protesters when they look so gosh darn cute?
They left the courtroom celebrities; now they go home and hope for the best.
"We're working with everyone that we can that believes that marriage is the union of a man and a woman all around the world," NOM President Brian Brown told BuzzFeed News.
Advocacy group Tie The Knot, co-founded by actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson and his husband, is spearheading it to show what's at stake.
The Patriots were one of three teams to sign a brief that calls for marriage equality.