This apparently tastes very sweet.
"Don't blame ME for gay teen suicides."
Four years ago this reporter asked Mehlman if he was gay. The answer has changed.
Could his Proposition 8 ruling remain where it is?
Luckily there's a line of couples waiting outside City Hall in San Francisco waiting to do just that.
And gay people will be able to scare conservatives to the polls again.
What do legal experts think will happen from here on the issue of Proposition 8?
That didn't take long.
The former First Lady voices her opinion on an issue over which she disagrees with her husband.
The bill now goes before Governor Linda Lingle.
And will that work?
The Washington 'Post' has a great slideshow of pictures from yesterday, when gay marriage became legal in the District.
It was an anticipated result, but still deeply demoralizing for supporters.
Its chances don't look good, but a gay-marriage bill's proponents are holding out hope.