Gay News: The Latest

It's Official: 'Will & Grace' Revival Coming to NBC

| Jan 18
After months of speculation and rumors, it's finally official: A "Will & Grace" revival is happening on NBC.

North Carolina Business Increasingly Refereed with a Gavel

| By Jonathan Drew and Gary D. Robertson | Jan 18
As North Carolina's political split widens, state business is increasingly being refereed with a judge's gavel.

Watch: Makeup Artist/Gay Porn Actor Leo Sweetwood Shows You to Look Like Trump

| Jan 18
Makeup artist and gay porn performer Leo Sweetwood shares a hilariously shady clip on how to look like Donald Trump.

Rick Santorum Hired by CNN as Commentator

| Jan 18
Failed GOP presidential candidate and Rick Santorum has been hired by CNN as a commentator and contributor, the cable news network announced Tuesday.

HPV Infection Threatens the Entire LGBT Community

| By EDGE | Jan 18
A recent article by The Advocate warns that the human papillomavirus (HPV) is a hidden threat to all members of the LGBT community -- and few people even realize what it is.

Annual Gender-Bending Concert 'Broadway Backwards' Returns on March 13

| Jan 18
It's a show where gender doesn't matter, but love does.

When it Comes to Inaugural Crowds, Does Size Matter?

| By Ben Nucklos | Jan 18
Donald Trump says his inauguration will have "an unbelievable, perhaps record-setting turnout." Organizers of a protest the next day call in the biggest demonstration in history to welcome a new president.

Three Times as Many Bus Permits Requested for Women's March Than Inauguration

| By EDGE | Jan 18
There have been three times as many bus parking permits requested for the Women's March in Washington, D.C., on Saturday than for President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday.

Listen: Fiona Apple Crafts Scathing Anti-Trump Tune for Women's March

| By Winnie McCroy | Jan 18
Fiona Apple has channeled her anger toward President-Elect Donald Trump into a minute-long protest chant, which is sure to be a big hit among the 250,000 marchers in Washington, D.C., on January 21.

Czech Man in Thailand Arrested for Alleged Sexual Offense

| Jan 18
Thai police say they have arrested a Czech man in Phuket who is believed to be infected with HIV and is wanted by Interpol for alleged sexual offenses against minors back home.


News

Orlando Gunman's Widow Due in Court for Talks on Transfer

By Eric Tucker and Paul Elias | Jan 18
The widow of the Pulse gay club gunman knew about the attack ahead of time and then hindered the investigation when she lied to FBI agents after the shooting, say prosecutors who will be in a California court to discuss transferring her to Florida.


Business

As Robots Take Jobs, Europeans Mull Free Money for All

By John Leicester | Jan 18
The radical notion that governments should hand out free money to everyone - rich and poor, those who work and those who don't - is slowly but surely gaining ground in Europe.


Finance

Woodstock, VT, Fights to Save Its Charm, One Shutter At a Time

By Wilson Ring | Dec 31
Some property owners are questioning the community's requirement, arguing that the regulations are enforced irregularly, and that some buildings look better without shutters.


Cars

Auto Show Concepts: Would You Build Them or Forget Them?

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Jan 17
Car companies don't just show current models at auto shows. They also unveil prototypes that could be built in the future.


Style

Coffee and a Slice? 7-Eleven Launches Breakfast Pizza

Jan 18
The convenience store chain says that it combines the convenience of eating leftover pizza for the first meal of the day with traditional breakfast foods.


Health/Fitness

New Report Finds Benefits and Risks of Marijuana

Jan 18
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine published a new report on the health effects of marijuana, looking at more than 10,000 studies about medical and recreational use.


Travel

Beware of Sneaker Waves

By Andrew Selsky | Jan 18
A storm far out to sea, even across the Pacific, often generates such a wave. As it moves through the broad surf zone and over the gentle slope approaching Oregon's coast, one wave can catch up with another, combining forces to generate dangerous waves.