Gay News: The Latest
"This is our last goodbye, it's true," she sang in "Strong Enough," the second number in her thundering glitterstorm of a new show, Classic Cher, which opened last Wednesday night to a giddy Las Vegas crowd.
For many members offering welcome to refugees is inspired by their own familial histories.
This week, Scott Holland talks with Dee Dee Van Carter.
For building biceps, the curl is just about the only exercise you can do, and it's all you really need for mounds of upper-arm power. Here's a routine that'll get those biceps bulging in 2017.
Roughly 120,000 Japanese immigrants and Japanese-Americans were sent to desolate camps that dotted the West because the government claimed they might plot against the U.S. Today survivors commemorate the 75th anniversary of the executive order.
Movie fans, rejoice! You can watch about two-thirds of the Oscar-nominated flicks from your couch.
London's mayor says that President Donald Trump shouldn't receive a state visit in Britain because of his "cruel" policies on immigration.
A paranoid dictator's estranged brother. Two young female assassins. A crowded international airport. And a mysterious poison that kills within hours.
Is replacing a severely disfigured person's face with one from a dead donor ready to be called regular care, something insurers should cover? Mayo Clinic has raised that question by doing the first U.S. face transplant that's not part of research.
Philadelphia's mayor is coming to the city's defense against New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
A South Florida college student says he was startled when he saw a large snake crawl under his roommate's car.
To celebrate 75 years of NY Times crosswords, celebrities like astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, designer Isaac Mizrahi, and singer Lisa Loeb have stepped in to help create special puzzles.
A Florida man is accused in a plot to blow up several Target stores along the East Coast in an attempt to acquire cheap stock if the company's stock value plunged after the explosions.
Mark Zuckerberg helped create the modern world by connecting nearly a quarter of its citizens to Facebook and giving them a platform to share, well, everything. Now he wants to remake it, too.
Grey Gardens, the Hamptons home once owned by eccentric relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, is for sale. It was featured in a documentary, HBO movie and Broadway musical.
Mazda is recalling about 174,000 small cars in the U.S. because the seats can change angles suddenly, making the vehicles hard to drive.
Wild and whimsical ensembles are part of the "WOW - World of Wearable Art" exhibition opening Saturday at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem.
A pair of new studies on cold cap therapy in the Journal of the American Medical Association gives hope to breast cancer patients.
Delta is bringing free meals back to economy class on some long U.S. flights after dropping them years ago to save money.
Bear Bar, the Australian pop-up for bears and their friends, is back in time for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.