Gay Washington: The Latest
Suspended Alabama Chief Justice and gay marriage opponent Roy Moore announced Wednesday he is running for U.S. Senate.
A Fox News Channel anchor who is black has joined a racial discrimination lawsuit against his company, saying Wednesday the network has marginalized him and has little interest in promoting diversity.
As a straight cisgender man, Carlos Aleman opened up from his Asian-inspired art and wondered what creations he could make to support the LGBT community. And that's how the "Androgynous" art series was born.
Some reaction to the death of filmmaker Jonathan Demme.
Former "The Bachelor" star Chris Soules called 911 to report his rear-end crash that killed a fellow Iowa farmer, seeking medical help for the man before authorities say he left the scene.
In the aftermath of the shootings at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando last June, choreographer Kun-Yang Lin knew right away that he wanted to create a work that would honor those lost, injured and the LGBTQ community that stood in solidarity against hate.
Justin Bieber's former neighbors are alleging the "Sorry" singer committed a hate crime by spewing anti-Semitic comments against them, according to a report from TMZ.
A jailhouse friend of Aaron Hernandez says prison officials denied the former NFL star's request for a cellmate months before he hanged himself.
The sentence has been handed down, and the Georgia pastor who said that the victims of last year's Pulse massacre in Orlando "what they deserved," got what he deserved: Life behind bars.
Jonathan Demme, the Oscar-winning director of "The Silence of the Lambs" and "Philadelphia," and whose Talking Heads documentary "Stop Making Sense" is considered one of the greatest concert films ever, has died. He was 73.
As states and municipalities around the country adopt measures banning the practice of gay conversion therapy on minors, Congressional Democrats are taking a second shot at making the ban national.
At National Theatre, the 2015 Tony-Award winning play "Fun Home," now on tour after a Broadway run is a kaleidoscope of memories and colors, derived from the graphic novel by the same name.
Madonna lashes out against news that an unauthorized biopic about the Material Girl is in the works.
Ten microfilm Bibles once launched hundreds of thousands of miles into space sit landlocked today inside an Oklahoma courthouse while a legal battle rages in two states over who is the rightful owner of the celestial keepsakes.
Researchers with the Japanese anti-virus firm Trend Micro say the campaign of French presidential front-runner Emmanuel Macron has been targeted by Russia-linked hackers.
Around the U.S., deed theft has emerged as one of the most sophisticated and devastating frauds ever to menace homeowners.
Sunita Halasz has tips for "driving electric" along lonely roads in New York's Adirondack Mountains: Know the locations of charging stations, bring activities for the kids during three-hour recharges... and have a backup plan.
In a region that takes food seriously, feral hogs are despised as destructive, but their rich, dark meat is winning fans among Louisiana chefs.
HRC announced the selection of ten outstanding, young leaders for the second year of its fellowship program focused on elevating the work of young people on the front lines of the HIV and AIDS epidemic.
Puerto Rico is chock-full of non-nocturnal adventures so epic and singular that you're not only going to want to rest up for them, you won't even mind putting that Latin lothario on ice for a couple evenings.
NYC's LGBT Center Will honor Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Thursday, April 20, 2017 at its annual Center Dinner at Cipriani Wall Street.
The 31st Annual Walk for Life stepped off from the State Capital grounds under a clear blue sky of a wonderful warm spring day.