Why us? Why now? The justices of the Supreme Court asked those most poignant questions over and over during this week’s arguments about same-sex marriage.
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Host Andrea Seabrook examines the most powerful moments from this week’s same-sex marriage hearing.
Historic case will determine the future of same-sex marriage across the country.
A little thing called marriage is about to have a big day in court. On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on state
The idea that acceptance of gay marriage is more an act of culture peace than culture war is worth following.
Even before his April 7 announcement, there was speculation as to whether Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul would inherit his father’s supporters for his 2016 bid.
Philosophically, this is a fascinating story. Emotionally, it’s sad. Ideally, it shouldn’t be in the news.
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What presidential contenders say about science and the climate.
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