The Washington Times sure is subtle, eh?
Homosexuals 'marry' in Massachusetts
Hundreds of homosexual couples in Massachusetts yesterday received the nation's first state-sanctioned marriage licenses, amid joyous celebrations, weddings and music.
Yesterday's events were a culmination of a three-year battle to legalize same-sex "marriage" in the state led by plaintiffs Hillary and Julie Goodridge
[. . .]
Massachusetts, the Netherlands, Belgium and three Canadian provinces are the only places in the world where homosexuals can legally "marry."
Then at the end:
This story is "based" in "part" on wire service reports.
(OK, I made that part up.)