27th June 2013
US: New Jersey Governor says Supreme Court overturn of DOMA ‘was wrong’ 19
3:44 PM — The Governor of the US state of New Jersey has spoken out following the Supreme Court's strike-down of the Defense of Marriage Act to say that it "was wrong".
President of Senegal rebukes President Obama’s call for tolerance of gay people 13
1:55 PM — Just one day after the US Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, and undercut Proposition 8, President Obama made calls for tolerance whilst on a visit to Senegal, which were strongly rejected by the country's president.
US: Judge stops deportation of married gay man minutes after Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA 5
1:12 PM — A New York City immigration judge immediately stopped the deportation of a gay Colombian man who is legally married to an American citizen soon after Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act.
Big brands come out in support of Supreme Court DOMA and Prop 8 decisions 3
12:44 AM — Following the US Supreme Court's decision in favour of same-sex couples in two landmark cases today, many large brands came out to show their support of the decision.
26th June 2013
US Supreme Court rules ‘no standing’ on Proposition 8, reinstating equal marriage in California 29
3:29 PM — The US Supreme Court has just struck down Proposition 8, the US State of California's ban on same-sex marriages.
US Supreme Court rules that DOMA is unconstutional 47
3:03 PM — The US Supreme Court has issued its opinions in the challenge to the Defense of Marriage Act, to say that it is unconstitutional.
US Representative: Straight people will pretend to be gay if equal marriage becomes legal 42
2:12 PM — A US Republican Representative has weighed in on the imminent ruling by the Supreme Court on two landmark equal marriage cases, to say that the court should uphold the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), because without it, straight people would pretend to be gay to get married "for practical reasons".
US: Supreme Court to issue opinions in key equal marriage cases today 3
11:16 AM — The US Supreme Court is set to issue opinions in two key equal marriage cases today, the official final day of its term, after several days of speculation on when the ruling would come.
US: Anti-gay group releases equal marriage win statement despite no decision by Supreme Court 21
1:14 AM — A US anti-gay group got a little ahead of itself on Tuesday, and released a success statement, which commended the US Supreme Court for ruling against same-sex couples in two key cases, despite the court not having released an opinion.
Zachary Quinto: I hope the Supreme Court opinion on equal marriage is a ‘galvanising moment’ 4
12:49 AM — Actor Zachary Quinto has said that, despite not wanting to speculate on the upcoming Supreme Court decision in two key equal marriage cases, he hopes it will be a "galvanising moment".
25th June 2013
US Supreme Court to rule on key equal marriage cases on Wednesday 3
3:36 PM — The US Supreme Court has added Wednesday as the final day of opinions for this session, and is expected to give decisions on two key equal marriage cases.
24th June 2013
US Supreme Court adds Tuesday as possible day for opinions on equal marriage cases 2
5:41 PM — The US Supreme Court has added Tuesday to the calendar as an extra day on which it could issue opinions on two key equal marriage cases.
US Supreme Court expected to add extra days of announcements as no opinions on equal marriage cases
3:33 PM — Despite reaching the final scheduled day, the US Supreme Court again failed to issue a ruling on two key equal marriage cases, and is now expected to add extra days to give its opinion.
22nd June 2013
US: Conservative groups pledge to defy Supreme Court rulings on equal marriage 12
6:27 PM — A coalition of conservative groups in the US have vowed to defy any ruling made by the US Supreme Court next week in favour of equal marriage.
US Supreme Court Justice says the court should not rule on ‘moral’ issues like equal marriage 34
5:37 PM — Less than a week until the US Supreme Court is expected to make rulings in two key equal marriage cases, one of its justices has spoken out to say the court should not be ruling on such an issue.