Same-Sex Marriage Celebration of the Day

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Same-Sex Marriage Celebration of the Day: As promised, Avenue Q puppets Rick and Rod celebrated the first day of same-sex marriages in the state of New York by tying the knot outside City Hall in NYC.

New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, who was the major driving force behind the Empire State's legalization of same-sex marriage, pro

Happy Couple of the Day

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Happy Couple of the Day
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Happy Couple of the Day: At Midnight tonight, Kitty Lambert (left) and Cheryle Rudd became the first same-sex couple to legally marry in the state of New York.

"By the power vested in me by the laws of the state of New York I now pronounce you legally married," said Niagara Falls Paul A Dyster, who presided over the couple's civil ceremony, shortly after the c

Yahoo Answer of the Day

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Yahoo Answer of the Day: Something tells me Derek isn't as straight as he is attempting to lead Brianiac to believe.

[thanks oldblueeyes!]

Tweet(s) of the Day

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Tweet(s) of the Day: Immediately following tonight's passage of the Marriage Equality Act in the New York Senate, Neil Patrick Harris and his partner David Burtka proposed to each other -- and they both said yes.

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Photo of the Day

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Photo of the Day: The Empire State Building's pre-scheduled rainbow light display honoring NYC Pride Week becomes that much more meaningful in light of the state's legalization of same-sex marriage.

[@thinkprogress.]

Breaking News of the Day: New York Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage

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Breaking News of the Day: New York Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage
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Breaking News of the Day: The New York Senate tonight passed the controversial Marriage Equality Act after the crucial 32nd, and 33rd, votes were secured.

New York thus becomes the 6th state to legalize same-sex marriage, with the other five being Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, and Iowa. (Same-sex marriage is also legal in the District of Columbia.)

Republican holdouts Sens.