Pacific Standard spoke with Supreme Court watchers about how President Trump's nominees might rule on cases about abortion, gay marriage, and voting rights.
The crowd celebrates as the result of a national postal survey on same-sex marriage is announced at the State Library of Victoria on November 15th, 2017, in Melbourne, Australia.
There were some 100 anti-LGBTQ bills released in various states in the first few months of 2017 alone, including religious exemptions in the workplace and restricted access to health care for LGBTQ citizens.
How Republicans can move past issues that are dangerous to their party.
Historic 5-4 decision makes individual state bans unconstitutional.
Comparing a multi-year study of attitudes with other surveys suggests that America's growing acceptance of gay marriage does not necessarily mean that individual feelings have shifted.
This morning's landmark Supreme Court decisions put an end to a flawed argument DOMA supporters have been making for 16 years.
Research in political science provides strong reasons to suspect that the Supreme Court may lead public opinion over the long-run.
Legislators unite for a Maori love song.
In Europe and most of the rest of the world, gay marriage arrives via legislatures, not courts. But the U.S. is different, as always.
The culture war over same-sex marriage in the United States ignores people whose gender has changed or is less than black-and-white.