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Let Me Start: Where marriage equality goes from here

The New York Times looks at what yesterday's landmark Supreme Court decisions on same-sex marriage mean for gay couples.
Gay rights supporters gather outside the Supreme Court just before it ruled that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which prevents the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriage, is unconstitutional in Washington, DC, USA, 26 June 2013. ...
Gay rights supporters gather outside the Supreme Court just before it ruled that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which prevents the federal government...

The New York Times looks at what yesterday's landmark Supreme Court decisions on same-sex marriage mean for gay couples. And the Times reports on how both sides of the marriage equality debate are taking the fight to more states. But how will the issue of marriage equality play in the 2014 midterms? Will Republicans -- fearful of primary challengers on the right -- push the GOP further against marriage equality? One thing is for certain: Democrats -- as well as voters who are increasingly supportive of gay rights -- will be listening.

President Obama is on the first day of a rare trip to Africa. But overshadowing the three-country swing is the health of former South African president Nelson Mandela.

NSA leaker Edward Snowden is apparently still stuck in the transit zone of the Moscow airport. In 2009, Snowden was very critical of leakers, saying they "should be shot."

Trayvon Martin's friend, who was on the phone with him just before he was killed, continues her testimony today in the trial of George Zimmerman.