Gay News: The Latest
The new "Captain America: Steve Rogers" comic book hits stands Wednesday featuring the return of the original Captain America, Steve Rogers, but with a shocking twist.
Hillary Clinton says Beyonce's new visual album "Lemonade" is "great."
The actress who was best known for her role as a ditzy waitress on the 1970s and '80s CBS sitcom "Alice" has died. Beth Howland was 74.
When Texas takes up always-contentions revisions of science and social studies coursework in 2017, a former schoolteacher who believes dinosaurs were on Noah's Ark and Democrats killed John F. Kennedy won't have a vote.
Hollywood hunk Kellan Lutz is lookin' for love...under a fake name, according to a report from Page Six.
Local police in Dothan, Alabama are shrugging off the threat of transphobic fliers by a group claiming to be from a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan.
Who's to blame for raging wild fires, random shootings, the Zika virus and more tragedies? According to the Westboro Baptist Church, it's high-speed motor racing and country music star Blake Shelton.
A private religious high school in Kansas has established a morality clause prohibiting students with any LGBT relatives from attending - even if that student happens to be heterosexual.
Ariana Grande has filled in for a hologram version of Whitney Houston in a duet with Christina Aguilera on the season finale of NBC's "The Voice."
A federal judge has reopened a bankruptcy case for "Real Housewives of New Jersey" cast member Teresa Giudice (JOO'-dys), who pleaded guilty in 2014 to bankruptcy fraud.
In one of the presidential campaign year's more grisly spectacles, protesters in New Mexico opposing Donald Trump's candidacy threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at police officers, injuring several, and toppled trash cans barricades.
An upcoming HBO documentary called "Tickled," which explores the world of competitive endurance tickling, is at the center of controversy, after its creators were hit with a lawsuit and a website/Twitter account were created to discredit its move-makers.
Republicans controlling the Senate passed legislation Tuesday to block new Obama administration rules that require financial professionals to put their client's best interest first when giving advice on retirement investments.
There are some nifty features on New York City's sleek new fleet of more than 2,000 buses, the first of which began hitting the streets this past week.
Almost a third of Americans admit to eating out-of-date food in order to save money, new research has revealed.
Muscle cars may look cool, but they don't offer the best protection in a crash.
Skin cancer can affect anyone, regardless of age, race or gender. When it comes to skin cancer prevention and detection, however, it seems that men need to brush up on their knowledge.
New Hampshire/Vermont Albert Schweitzer Fellows Ana Rodriguez-Villa and Brendin Beaulieu-Jones are working to address stigma and prejudice against LGBTQ youth in Vermont's Upper Valley with a weekly youth support group at The Junction.
Atlantic City is open for business - and pleasure. That's the message city officials want everyone to know as the holiday weekend approaches, and Atlantic City grapples with severe financial problems.
On Friday May 27 and Saturday, May 28, Hunter Valentine rocks Memorial Day with their Provincetown debut, playing The Pied Bar.