Couples talk about what the Supreme Court's historic decision means for their money.
The Supreme Court's decision Wednesday to strike down the federal law that limited marriage to a man and a woman is not just a civil rights victory for same-sex couples -- it's a financial win for many of them.
Brian Esser and Kevin' O'Leary, a married same-sex couple in New York, react to the Supreme Court's decision on DOMA and how it will affect their family's finances.
With a rainbow flag hanging outside of its Wall Street headquarters, investment banking firm Goldman Sachs was quick to express support for Wednesday's Supreme Court decision overturning the Defense of Marriage Act.
While same-sex couples across the country fight for the right to marry, others are fighting for the right to divorce.
As Wall Street firms publicly support LGBT equality and same-sex marriage, some say it's slowly becoming easier to be out of the closet on Wall Street - but there's still a long way to go.