27th February 2013
US: ‘Most conservative Congress member’ denies claim she signed pro-equal marriage brief 3
6:52 PM — Marilyn Musgrove made news today when it was alleged the ultra-conservative former congresswoman had signed an amicus briefing backing same-sex marriage, only for it to emerge the New York Times had made a mistake.
Canadian male former drug using prostitute criticised for handing out homophobic leaflets 14
4:22 PM — The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that William Whatcott broke human rights laws when he decided to hand out flyers calling gay men paedophiles and sodomites.
60 US companies call on Supreme Court to strike down same-sex marriage bans 4
10:34 AM — Some of America’s largest companies including Apple, Facebook, eBay, Intel, and Morgan Stanley are set to call on the US Supreme Court to strike down laws banning same-sex marriages.
22nd February 2013
US: Lawyers urge Supreme Court to remove all bans on equal marriage nationwide 3
6:32 PM — Two attorneys have filed a brief with the US Supreme Court, adding their view to the pile of those weighing in on what position the court should take on bans on same-sex marriages.
21st February 2013
Puerto Rico: 200,000 rally against gay rights 6
5:21 PM — A demonstration against equal rights for gay people in Puerto Rico earlier this week saw hundreds of thousands of people turn up.
Obama considers intervening on Supreme Court equal marriage decision 10
12:07 PM — President Obama is considering intervening on the Supreme Court's decision on Proposition 8, the controversial ruling that banned same-sex marriage in California in 2008.
16th January 2013
US: 30 Gay and lesbian lawyers to be sworn into the Supreme Court next week 1
1:00 AM — 30 openly gay and lesbian lawyers will be sworn into the US Supreme Court bar in a ceremony to be held next week. It will be the first time that representatives of the National LGBT Bar Association will take part in the mass swearing-in that occurs when the court is in session.
28th December 2012
Feature: The top US LGBT stories of 2012 3
2:24 AM — As 2012 draws to a close, PinkNews.co.uk takes a look back at the most important stories of the last twelve months, from the USA.
22nd December 2012
US: Wisconsin court rules in favour of same sex domestic partnership registry 3
2:34 AM — An appeals court ruled on Friday that Wisconsin's same sex domestic partnership registry does not violate a state constitutional amendment which bans marriage equality.
20th December 2012
Taiwan: ‘Milestone’ equal marriage case sent to top court 2
2:08 PM — A Taiwanese court which had been scheduled to give a decision today on the case of a gay couple who had appealed to have their marriage legally recognised, made no ruling, and instead sent the case to the country's top court.
6th December 2012
Mexico: Supreme Court casts-out ban on same-sex marriage 29
12:08 AM — The Mexican Supreme Court today made a unanimous ruling which could signal the beginning of equal marriage rights across the entire country.
30th November 2012
US: Supreme Court delays action on same-sex marriage appeals 10
11:14 PM — The US Supreme Court took no action on Friday on deciding whether to formally accept a series of appeals over the issue of same-sex marriage.
29th November 2012
US Supreme Court to decide whether to accept same-sex marriage cases 16
11:59 PM — The US Supreme Court is to decide on Friday whether to deal now with whether the bans on gay couples marrying across many parts of the United States are unconstitutional.
23rd March 2012
Chile: Lesbian judge whose sexuality ‘put daughters at risk’ wins legal battle 7
5:52 PM — A gay judge has won a custody case against the Chilean courts which had taken away her three daughters in 2004 believing her sexuality to put their development 'at risk'.
12th March 2012
Christian hoteliers ‘may go to Supreme Court or ECHR’ over gay room ban 155
12:51 PM — Christian hoteliers who discriminated against a gay couple by refusing them a room have said the law 'has gone too far' and they may challenge it at the Supreme Court or the European Court of Human Rights.
28th February 2012
India: Supreme Court rebukes ministers for conflicting gay views 5
10:06 AM — Supreme Court judges hearing the case for reintroducing a ban on gay sex in India have warned the government for making contradictory statements about homosexuality.
6th July 2011
Comment: One year on from gay asylum ruling, have things changed? 26
5:21 PM — One year ago, the Supreme Court unanimously handed down a landmark decision in LGBT human rights. Asylum campaigner Paul Canning examines whether things have changed.
15th December 2009
Christian registrar Lillian Ladele loses civil partnerships appeal 3
3:42 PM — An Islington registrar who refused to carry out civil partnerships for gay couples has lost her appeal. The Court of Appeal ruled today that Lillian Ladele had not been discriminated against.