26th June 2015
Love wins: The unsung heroes to thank for equality 7
7:27 PM — Following the historic Supreme Court verdict that will bring same-sex marriage to every corner of the United States, we look back at ten unsung heroes who you can thank for equality.
6th June 2014
DOMA plaintiff Edith Windsor hopes that same-sex marriage will be legal across the US by 2024 8
7:26 PM — Edith Windsor, a plaintiff in the Supreme Court lawsuit which struck down the Defense of Marriage Act last year, has said she thinks same-sex marriage will be legal across the US by 2024.
23rd July 2013
US: New York to refund estate tax paid by same-sex spouses under DOMA 8
11:31 PM — The US state of New York has said that same-sex spouses who paid estate taxes under the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), because their marriages were not recognised, will now receive refunds.
1st July 2013
New York: DOMA plaintiff Edith Windsor honoured as grand marshal of pride 7
12:19 AM — Edith Windsor, whose lawsuit against the United States government resulted in today’s historic ruling by the Supreme Court has led New York's pride parade.
27th June 2013
Video: Plaintiff in DOMA case Edith Windsor, throws support behind gay NY mayoral candidate 2
4:12 PM — After having succeeded in her court battle against the Defense of Marriage Act, which was struck down by the US Supreme Court yesterday, Edith Windsor has thrown her weight behind a candidate in the race for Mayor of New York.
8th September 2012
Connecticut, New York and Vermont to challenge anti-equality law 5
7:59 PM — Vermont is the latest US state to sign a legal bid requesting an appeals court to rule that the legal definition of marriage as being between a man and a woman, is unconstitutional.
16th July 2012
ACLU asks Supreme Court to hear lesbian widow’s DOMA case 8
10:19 PM — The Supreme Court has been asked to hear the case of a lesbian widow forced to pay more than $350,000 in federal estate tax after her wife died. The ACLU filed the petition, a writ of certiorari, on behalf of 83-year-old Edith Windsor, who was treated in law as if she and her late wife Thea Spyer were strangers.