Gay Philadelphia: The Latest
As summer progresses and continues to come in hot (one can only hope), there's a topic that needs to be discussed other than who's sporting tan lines: Pride.
With an 84-minute film, HBO's "Looking" series comes to a lovely end.
The 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016), concluded on July 22 with the awarding of five prestigious scientific awards recognizing exceptional research presented at the conference.
Gay Berkeley City Councilman Kriss Worthington has decided to run this November for mayor of the East Bay city.
The number of San Francisco city agencies collecting sexual orientation and gender identity data is set to grow due to the passage this week of an ordinance authored by gay District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener.
California's public school children, beginning in the second grade, will now be taught the most LGBT-inclusive curriculum in the country due to revisions made by the state's Board of Education.
Love really does win. At least it has on the corner of US1 and Oakland Park Blvd. where for years hate filled groups have gathered to protest and rally.
The news that the Rio Olympics will feature 33 out LGBT athletes is welcome -- but LGBT Olympians have always been part of the picture.
More than a third of gay men, researchers say, have experienced antifat bias, many of them people who would not be considered overweight by body mass index standards.
Hillary Clinton says in a text message to supporters that she's picked Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine to join her on the Democratic ticket as their party's nominee for vice president.
CBS News contributor and Republican strategist Frank Luntz joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the tone of Donald Trump's acceptance speech and how he predicts Trump will poll after Thursday night at the GOP convention.
In contemporary country music, there's no question the Zac Brown Band hit it big.
Chipotle saw a smaller drop in sales as it tries to win back customers, but the company says it doesn't know how long it will take to fully recover after an E. coli outbreak and norovirus cases last fall.
The creators of the USA Network hacker drama and the Warner Bros. supervillain mash-up respectively premiered virtual reality experiences Thursday in atmospheric venues located outside the San Diego Convention Center.
It could take a decade or more to clean up toxic industrial wastes and raw sewage on New York City's Gowanus Canal.
A Tesla in Autopilot mode can drive itself but it's not a "self-driving" vehicle, at least as far as safety regulators are concerned.
For Margaret Thatcher, it was handbags. For Theresa May, it's shoes. Female leaders are still scrutinized as much for style as for substance, and invariably compared to one another - a sign they are considered exceptions, rather than the rule.
Federal regulators are suing to stop two major health insurance mergers because they say the deals will increase health care costs for Americans and lower the quality of care they get.
Delray Beach offers the diversion of cozy theaters, quaint and high end shops, live entertainment, sporting events, and a downtown art district that has made the area famous.
What do you do when an epic poem celebrating a very real 13th century palace and a beloved campy movie musical about a fictional roller disco both share a name? If you're on Fire Island, the answer is to throw a party about it.
With Bear Week coming to an end in Ptown, it was time to party again in Boston at Club Cafe's Sunday Bear TDance. See who came out.