The Defense of Marriage Act prevents gay spouses of federal workers from receiving financial benefits that heterosexual spouses receive. The first major legal challenge against the act has been filed. CBS’ Ross Palombo reports.
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The search continues for a missing Brooklyn woman, Laura Garza, who was last seen with a registered sex offender in Wallkill, New York. Garza is a 25-year-old aspiring dancer. WCBS's Dave Carlin reports.
Olympic figure skating champion comes out after being named to U.S. delegation for Sochi along with other openly gay athletes
Both children hospitalized after SUV crashes, rolls over; no charges expected, but parents puzzled
16 states and District of Columbia now allowing same-sex marriages
The Salvation Army says someone dropped a diamond ring in one of the group’s kettles outside a Pinecrest, Fla., grocery store. The ring, valued at $3,500 was donated anonymously, and had a written note attached stating; “Please continue your good work caring for the needy in God’s name.” WFOR-TV's Lauren Pastrana reports.
Rev. Frank Schaefer, who officiated son's same-sex wedding, says he will appeal penalty following development from Methodist officials
Hundreds of residents remain evacuated from area near federal Superfund site southwest of Nashville, where large industrial fire is producing thick plume of noxious smoke
A Portland, Ore. man is sick of squirrels damaging his car and home and wants the city to enact a ban on feeding the rogue rodents.
An aging labrador retriever in New York helped save his blind owner from an oncoming subway train. Both man and dog survived, but their fate together wasn't a sure thing - until today. CBS's Vinita Nair reports.