Gay Washington: The Latest
Supporters of a bill that aims to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Nebraska residents from discrimination in the workplace packed a hearing room at the state Capitol Wednesday to urge a legislative committee to approve the measure.
In Cancer Prevention Month, AICR Launches Free Program for Weight Loss, Better Health, and Cancer Prevention
For individuals working to lose weight, the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) is launching a weight-loss program to help people develop lifelong health habits.
In statehouses across the country, lawmakers with loved ones who fell victim to drugs are leading the fight against the nation's deadly opioid-abuse crisis, drawing on tragic personal experience to attack the problem.
Panelists at a drug summit convened Saturday by the Montana Legislature said resources are being strained because of a widening prevalence of the drug.
Tish Hyman takes a break from her busy music-making schedule to perform at Club Skirts The Dinah on April 1.
Ryan Murphy may have just found the inspiration for the next season of "Feud."
Ellen DeGeneres has handed out college scholarships to the entire senior class of a New York City charter school.
So many women showed up at a Minneapolis tattoo parlor for a permanent reminder of female solidarity that it had to turn away some latecomers.
Justin Bieber found himself in the tabloids this week because of an unfortunate stain on his sweat pants.
Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau gave the Internet a good reason for using the peach emoji this week.
President Trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon made a rare public appearance Thursday, doubling down his attacks on the media and touting Mr. Trump's early record in office.
In this timely story of Washington, D.C. on the verge of the Second World War, a family must confront the dark international intrigue unfolding in their sunny living room.
"My Life as a Zucchini" is a compassionate and charming stop-motion film. At just 70 minutes, it carries as much richness and scrutiny as a three-hour drama. A beautiful ode to friendship that deals in both sadness and sincerity.
The Justice Department will step up enforcement of federal law against recreational marijuana, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Thursday, offering the Trump administration's strongest indication to date of a looming crackdown.
Along with a steady flow of new missiles, planes and tanks, Russia's defense minister said Wednesday his nation also has built up its muscle by forming a new branch of the military - information warfare troops.
Grey Gardens, the Hamptons home once owned by eccentric relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, is for sale. It was featured in a documentary, HBO movie and Broadway musical.
The consulting company J.D. Power released its 2017 auto dependability study Wednesday.
Milan fashion designers launched six days of fall-winter fashion previews Wednesday, as the long-accepted runway format undergoes challenges like never before.
In recognition of American Heart Month in February, Dr. Chad Larson looks at some largely unknown facts about heart disease and its indirect link to autoimmune disease.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration says Kenya has complied with international safety standards and can have direct flights to the U.S. after waiting for more than a decade.
From legendary soul singers to indie pop bands, NYC Pride announces a new 3-day cultural experience featuring Patti LaBelle, Tegan and Sara, and Years & Years taking place from Friday, June 23 to Sunday, June 25, 2017 at Pier 26.