The most fascinating news from around the web on June 27, 2013
Over the last five decades, these six cover stories chronicled both the milestones and the setbacks for homosexual men and women.
The most fascinating news from around the web on June 26, 2013
The search engine shows its support for the Supreme Court’s DOMA decision in a colorful way
Grab some Kleenex before you watch this new ad from Google
Another adorable little girl helps fight bigotry.
It looks like Americans are finally accepting gay marriage, even if nearly half still don’t approve of the same-sex unions.
The word “marriage,” as John P. Marquand might have said, is a damnably serious business—particularly when it comes to America’s cultural grapple over homosexuality.
The Human Rights Campaign has been promoting a symbol of equality to mobilize supporters as the Supreme Court begins hearings on gay marriage
Today’s lunch links feature a primer on what to expect in the Supreme Court same-sex marriage case and a new-must read from Buzz Bissinger, about Buzz Bissinger.
Starbucks’ Howard Schultz reaffirmed the company’s support for same-sex marriage, telling shareholders that it’s not an economic decision
In today’s must-read links for your lunch break: Florida Gulf Coast University continues its Cinderella run in the NCAA tournament, and the political debate over gay marriage may have reached its end.