Gay Washington: The Latest
Two years ago Ty Herndon became the first major male country artist to come out. Last month he released his most personal album, "House on Fire." EDGE caught up with Hendon for a conversation about his decision to come out & his new album.
Hornet, the world's second largest gay social network, announced that it has raised its first round of institutional funding led by Ventech China to support rapid business growth and user adoption across the globe.
A judge on Wednesday rejected Brad Pitt's request to seal details about custody arrangements in his divorce from Angelina Jolie Pitt.
Los Angeles prosecutors say they will not charge Russell Crowe with battery over a hotel room scuffle with rapper Azealia Banks.
Two pairs of tap shoes belonging to the child movie star Shirley Temple have sold at auction for $20,000.
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen retired Marine Gen. John Kelly, whose last command included oversight of the Guantanamo Bay detention center, to run the Department of Homeland Security, people close to the transition team said Wednesday.
Andy Cohen stopped by the "Allegedly" podcast this week, where hosts Matt Weiss and Theo Von asked the TV personality if he would ever hook up with Justin Bieber.
In an upcoming special from Conan O'Brien called "Conan Without Borders: Berlin," the late night show host travels to Germany and explores its culture.
Malta has become the first European country to ban gay conversion therapy, imposing fines of up to 10,000 euros ($10,750) and a jail term of up to one year for offenders.
On Wednesday, December 7 at Cipriani Wall Street, Hetrick-Martin Institute will celebrate the 2016 Emery Awards, HMI's flagship annual event.
Now Person of the Year as well as president-elect, Donald Trump said Wednesday he expects to select his secretary of state next week and former rival Mitt Romney still has a chance to win the post.
The historical-adventure series "Boys of Imperial Rome" returns in its third installment. Author Zack has his two leading men facing off against "The Wrath of Seth" in a desert escapade that will make you sweat!
Australia will consider making electrical power companies pay for greenhouse gas pollution they create, three years after the government scrapped the national carbon tax, a Cabinet minister said Monday.
U.S. regulators are calling out AT&T and Verizon for exempting their own video apps from data caps on customers' cellphones.
Instead of the latest toy or gadget, some people are trying to give their loved ones more financial security this holiday season.
Nissan Motor Co. is testing self-driving cars at one of its plants in Japan that can tow vehicles on a trailer to the wharf for loading on transport ships.
A new study from the University of California-San Francisco published in "Sexually Transmitted Infections" found that people who shave their pubic hair increase their chances of contracting a sexually transmitted disease.
A new policy brief warns of the public health emergency created by a shortage of injectable estrogen, and calls on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be more proactive in resolving the crisis.
Britain's biggest Christmas markets celebrate the season as the festive tradition continues to grow around the country.
On Saturday, December 10, The San Diego Human Dignity Foundation (SDHDF) holds their third annual Aston-Brooks Awards Gala at the Hilton San Diego Resort and Spa.