The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has expanded its definition of marriage to include a “commitment between two people,” recognizing gay marriage as Christian in the church constitution after decades of debate over same-sex relationships.
Same-sex marriage is now legal in Pennsylvania. But few churches, synagogues or mosques allow a religious wedding for gay couples.
Pittsburgh’s LGBT community is celebrating this weekend.
Mayor Bill Peduto will marry a select few LGBT couples planning to tie the knot after last week’s federal court decision, in a group ceremony.
Gov. Tom Corbett has had a consistently low approval rating the last four years.
Pamela Vanhaitsma and Jess Garity of Shadyside have waited years for to be officially married.
Pennsylvania’s governor says he won’t appeal a court decision that struck down the state’s gay marriage ban.
After a federal judge ruled Pennsylvania’s ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional, same-sex couples lined up at the City-County Building to apply for marriage licenses.
Upwards of 1,000 people filled Ellsworth Avenue in Shadyside for a rally organized by the Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh.
A Federal judge is expected to issue his ruling on Pennsylvania’s gay marriage ban.
Democrats on a state House committee walked out of a hearing on a resolution calling for the impeachment of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, a fellow Democrat.
Gay couples and others challenging Pennsylvania’s 1996 law banning same-sex marriage asked a federal judge Monday to bypass a trial in favor of a quicker ruling in the case.
Gubernatorial candidate John Hanger, a Hershey Democrat, was in Pittsburgh Monday to join UPMC employees at a downtown demonstration, saying senior UPMC executives are fostering income inequality by short-changing workers.
At the behest of Pope Francis, the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese embraced the chance to survey Catholic families on challenges faced in today’s more liberal American culture.
In his first television interview as a candidate for governor, former Auditor General Jack Wagner told KDKA political editor Jon Delano that he knows — in a crowded field — he’s the only candidate from western Pennsylvania.