New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is leaving his state on Thursday in order to attend a fundraiser for anti-gay Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin - a decision that is not sitting well with Democrats and LGBT activists.
A court clerk in suburban Philadelphia who defied Pennsylvania’s ban on same-sex marriage by signing licenses for scores of gay couples is urging the state’s highest court to overturn an order that required him to stop.
Pittsburgh’s Episcopal bishop has decided to let local priests decide whether they will conduct blessing ceremonies for same-sex couples.
Nelson Mandela has died at age 95.
A transgender police officer in Connecticut has filed a complaint with a state agency alleging her supervisors created a hostile work environment because of her gender identity.
Britain’s new prince has been named George Alexander Louis, royal officials said Wednesday, ending speculation over what moniker Prince William and his wife, Kate, would pick for their first child.
The Russian government assured the IOC on Thursday it will not discriminate against homosexuals during the Sochi Olympics, while defending the law against gay "propaganda" that has provoked an international backlash.
What becomes a legend most? In the case of "The Phantom of the Opera" it is a re-imagining, which is taking place in a new production that recently started a U.S. tour in Providence, RI.
Prince’s sole appearance on the East Coast hits Mohegan Sun Arena beginning Dec. 27. The artist is set to play three shows, and tickets for "A Special Evening With Prince" will go on sale Friday, Dec. 6.
MSNBC host Martin Bashir resigned from the network Wednesday, nearly three weeks after making graphic remarks on his show about former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
Tony Award-winning actress/singer Laura Benanti is one of those Jacks of the entertainment industry who is a Master at all of them. This week she appears in the live TV "The Sound of Music." EDGE spoke to Benanti about her dizzying busy career.
Queen Latifah’s declaration that she was proud to be around "her people" while performing at California’s second largest gay pride event put truth to the rumors about the popular singer-actress’ sexuality.
The story of a grandmother and grandson getting to know each other and finding that they are both equally as lost and in need of what the other has to offer.
HIV+ and way too tired? Look to complex carbs, protein, fat and some key vitamins for a better boost than stimulants.
We’ve learned a lot about HIV, but the one constant, among those infected or not, is that a condom prevents infection, reinfection and other potentially lethal STDs.…
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Zappos’ luxury arm is tapping Andre Leon Talley to serve as its artistic director. Zappos Couture, which sells high-end footwear, clothing, handbags and other items, said Monday that Talley will help to create digital and editorial content and consult on
The first "London Collections: Men" schedule brings together an exciting array of London’s brightest menswear stars, British heritage brands and international names to show across the three-day celebration of men’s fashion.
When we set out to find the most fabulous pics from 2013, we had too many for one album. Here’s the first: from New Year’s Day to the beginnings of spring, ’13 started out with four cold months filled with hotties. Check out the pics!
BEARlesque, the only bear burlesque show was again held at Tabu Sports Lounge. With a great crowd and even better performers on stage shaking what was given to them, a fun night was had by all!
New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and New York City Comptroller John Liu are pressuring Olympic advertisers to speak out against Russia’s restrictions on gay and transgender rights before the Sochi Winter Games begin in February.
U.S. stocks slipped Monday in quiet trading on Wall Street. There was little market-moving news to drive trading, other than a report from the Institute for Supply Management that the U.S. service sector expanded in July, helped by a rise in new orders.
The way Frank DiPascali tells it, Bernard Madoff planted the seeds of deception for his $17 billion Ponzi scheme back in the 1970s, when his firm was in a small office at 110 Wall Street.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is pressing for a four-year delay to changes to the federal government’s flood insurance program that are threatening to sock thousands of people with unaffordable premium hikes.
Chinese started buying new cars in huge numbers about four years ago, about the average length of time analysts say drivers will stick with a vehicle before trading it in for a fresh model.
CBS News senior correspondent John Miller talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the man who shot the original video of the biker road rage attack in New York City. Also, new video has surfaced that shows several men kicking the driver o...
Oklahoma has long been known as potential earthquake country, but "the increased hazard has important implications for residents and businesses in the area," cautioned a report, released in October.
Computer-maker Lenovo has hired tech-savvy actor Ashton Kutcher to help design and pitch its latest line of tablets, dubbing the Hollywood star a "product engineer" who can bring his ideas along with his image.
With some 800,000 inhabitants, Columbus is both Ohio’s capital and its largest metropolis. It’s also home to a vibrant arts community, a rich culinary landscape and a shockingly large and diverse gay scene spread across multiple neighborhoods.
Miami is for lovers! Whether you are rekindling the flame or tying the knot, from sun-filled days to non-stop parties to romantic sunsets, the Sunshine State delivers on all your vacation dreams.
In the years since the repeal of DADT, the U.S. Armed Forces has made great strides in how it approaches HIV education & infection among its active-duty personnel.
Terrie Hall, a North Carolina woman featured prominently in a graphic government ad campaign to get people to stop smoking died Monday of cancer.