Gay News: The Latest
Here are the highlights of Thursday's spring-summer 2017 ready-to-wear shows in Paris.
For over a decade now, "Come Out with Pride Orlando" has grown exponentially, becoming one of the largest LGBT pride celebrations not just in the state of Florida, but in the entire Southeast
U.S. health officials are advising pregnant women to postpone travel to 11 countries in Southeast Asia because of Zika outbreaks in the region.
Months after saying she was planning a family, Janet Jackson has been spotted sporting an apparent baby bump.
Life will imitate art - or is it the other way around? - when internet sensation Grumpy Cat joins the cast of the Broadway musical "Cats" on Friday for what will likely be a feline-good moment.
New York Drama Desk nominee Jonathan Rockefeller debuts the world premiere of his brand new tribute show, "That Golden Girls Show! - A Puppet Parody." His love of the iconic show spurred him to create this puppet homage.
When it comes to foot and ankle surgery, there is the inevitable question: How bad will it hurt afterwards?
Justin Bieber ignored a $2 million offer from a gay porn studio to star in an x-rated scene, but that didn't stop the company from making a Bieber parody.
Tenor Stephen Costello comes to Boston for a featured role in the Boston Symphony's concert version of Richard Strauss's "Der Rosenkavalier." EDGE spoke him about the role of the Italian singer, working with Andris Nelsons & his career.
Alabama Chief Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore has denied that he encouraged probate judges to defy the U.S. Supreme Court's decision that legalized marriage equality nationwide.
It looks like it may be the end of the line for a number of long-standing gay publications. Florida Agenda, New York's Next Magazine, FunMaps and Frontiers in Los Angeles have ceased operations.
One of the most-anticipated exhibits at The Smithsonian's Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., is a casket that carried the body of Emmett Till 61 years ago.
Some call it "ivory on wings," part of the bill of a critically endangered bird in Southeast Asia that is sought by poachers and carved into ornaments for illegal sale to Chinese buyers.
Unless it does more, the United States probably will fall short of goals set under last year's Paris agreement to dramatically reduce emissions of heat-trapping gases, according to a new study.
"Ask Brianna" is a Q&A column from NerdWallet for 20-somethings or anyone else starting out.
Fully driverless cars are expected to reach U.S. roads in the next five to ten years, and the disabled community is eager for their arrival.
Our favorite condiments will turn up the volume on your next culinary adventure.
Being diligent about skin cancer all year long is the best way to beat the odds and keep risks of getting it lower.
Can serenity come from suffering? For that matter, can serenity be found in New York City, specifically, in this case, the Bronx?
On October 2, Lady Parts Justice will present their Golden Probe Awards, a satirical awards ceremony honoring "Outstanding Achievements" in sexism and anti-choice extremism.