Schwarzenegger seeks stop to gay unions
After a judge Friday declined to put an immediate end to same-sex marriages in San Francisco, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger ordered California's attorney general Friday to "take immediate steps" to get a court ruling to make the city stop.
S.F. celebrates same-sex newlyweds
Hundreds of people gathered Sunday to honor San Francisco's newly married same-sex couples as politicians continued to debate whether the mayor overstepped his authority in allowing the unions.
Hundreds of gays rush to wed in San Francisco
A judge on Friday refused to stop hundreds of gay couples from getting married at San Francisco's City Hall in defiance of California state law, thus guaranteeing that the weddings would continue into the Valentine's Day weekend.
US court clears way for gay marriages
The Massachusetts high court declared Wednesday that gays are entitled to nothing less than marriage and that Vermont-style civil unions will not suffice, setting the stage for the nation's first legally sanctioned same-sex weddings by the spring.