Food Hubs Link Consumers with Locally Farmed Food

STYLE | Dec 29
Move over farmers' markets. More than 300 food hubs around the country are also providing small farms another outlet to sell locally raised food to consumers.

Chris Rock and Wife Headed for Divorce

Dec 29
Chris Rock filed for divorce from his wife Malaak Compton-Rock, a statement from his representative confirmed Sunday.

Young Generation No Slouches at Volunteering

NEWS | By Connie Cass | Dec 29
Today's young Americans are more serious about giving back than their parents were.

Gay Marriage Among Idaho's Top 2014 News

NEWS | By Kimberlee Kruesi | Dec 29
For some, the wait had lasted decades. Others thought they would never see the day that in conservative Idaho -one of the most Republican-dominated states in the nation- same-sex marriage would be legalized.

Top Women's Features of 2014

NEWS | By Winnie McCroy | Dec 29
EDGE launched their new women's section this year, and Women on the EDGE quickly became the place to go to see original news stories of interest to the lesbian, bisexual and transgender women's community.

10 Transgender Trends for 2015

NEWS | By EDGE | Dec 29
A leader in the area of transgender surgery has identified 10 important trends that will affect American and its transgender community in 2015.

Where to Go in 2015: Cape Town

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Dec 29
Wondering where to go in 2015? EDGE's hot list continues. For the third installment in our seven-part series, we head to Cape Town, South Africa.

Where to Go in 2015: Scotland

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Dec 28
Looking for the next gay wonder of the world? EDGE has picked our top seven destinations for 2015. This installment? Break out your kilt, we're going to Scotland!

Box Office: 'Hobbit' Wins, 'Interview' Has Strong VOD Sales

ENTERTAINMENT | By Lindsey Bahr | Dec 28
Audiences had their pick of genres during the Christmas weekend, but despite a host of fresh arrivals, splashy holiday fare like "Unbroken" and "Into the Woods" proved no match for "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies."

USA's First Openly Gay Attorney General Eager to Step Into New Role

NEWS | By Steve LeBlanc | Dec 28
Maura Healey says she wants to be an attorney general who isn't afraid to stick her neck out - a trait that could come in handy as she faces a slew of knotty issues,

To Ring in New Year, Town Will Drop a Giant Nail

NEWS | Dec 28
A Pennsylvania town plans to nail their New Year's Eve and bicentennial celebrations by dropping some major hardware to mark the occasion.

Arizona Gov. Brewer Leaving Legacy of Battling Washington

NEWS | By Bob Christie and Nicholas Riccardi | Dec 28
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer fought President Barack Obama on immigration and border security for most of her tenure, earning national prominence by enacting tough laws that were mainly struck down by the courts and famously wagging her finger in the president

Missing Flight is Third Malaysia-Linked Incident

NEWS | By Bobby McGuire | Dec 28
The disappearance Sunday of AirAsia Flight 8501 was the third air incident this year involving Malaysia, where budget carrier AirAsia in based.

Amid Tension, More than 20,000 Attend NYPD Funeral

NEWS | By Jonathan Lemire and Mike Balsamo | Dec 28
Thousands of police officers, state troopers, sheriff's deputies and others from law enforcement agencies big and small across the country gathered at the New York City funeral of a slain officer killed with his partner in a brazen daytime ambush a week

Jet Carrying 162 Lost Over Stormy Indonesian Waters

NEWS | By Ali Kotarumalos and Margie Mason | Dec 28
Aircraft and ships that spent several hours searching Indonesian waters turned up no sign of an AirAsia plane that disappeared Sunday with 162 people on board in airspace possibly thick with dense storm clouds, strong winds and lightning, officials said.


Farmers Say Christmas Trees Make Great Goat Snacks

Western Colorado goat farmers say Christmas trees make great snacks for their herds, and they're offering to collect them from homes in the Grand Valley.


Book Review :: Male Sex Work and Society

BOOKS | Dec 28
When most people think of sex workers, female prostitutes come to mind. There is evidence, however, that The World's Oldest Profession may have had practitioners of both sexes all along.


Is Lack of Sleep Killing Us?

Sacrificing sleep for your job could be killing you. A new study is out on what scientists call "short sleepers" and what activities they choose to do instead of getting some rest. Dr. Devi Nampiaparampil with more on the study.


Deadly Listeria Outbreak Linked to Caramel Apples

Health officials are investigating a deadly listeria outbreak linked to prepackaged caramel apples. WCCO-TV's Rachel Slavik reports on more about the outbreak.


Average US 30-Year Mortgage Edges Up Slightly

REAL ESTATE | By Martin Crutsinger | Dec 25
Average U.S. mortgage rates rose slightly this week but the benchmark 30-year low remained very close to the 19-month low hit last week. Mortgage company Freddie Mac said that the nationwide average for a 30-year mortgage edged up to 3.83 percent.


Auto Industry Acts Globally, Except on Recalls

AUTO NEWS | By Dee-Ann Durbin | Dec 24
When it comes to making and selling cars, the auto industry thinks and acts globally: There is near-seamless coordination between parts suppliers, factories and dealerships.


Our Very Own LGBT Healthcare Bill of Rights

HEALTH | By Christiana Lilly | Dec 27
In its 20th year, a national organization created an LGBT Healthcare Bill of Rights for a further understanding of both patients and their providers.


Where to Go in 2015: San Francisco

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 27
The first installment in a seven-part series, EDGE highlights bucket list destinations for 2015. We begin with an LGBT icon: San Francisco.