The Elton John concert planned for Russia will go ahead, despite his concerns about their anti-gay propaganda law.
A Colorado school board member who said she has no regrets about saying transgender students should use their own locker rooms vowed to keep pushing for schools to ignore court rulings on the transgender issue.
A Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex ceremony should not be forced to violate his religious beliefs, his attorney told a judge deciding whether the cake-maker should be made to accommodate gay couples.
A Florida flight attendant has been acquitted in Connecticut of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old boy more than 100 times.
Nelson Mandela will be buried on Sunday, Dec. 15 at his rural home in Qunu, and a memorial service in a Johannesburg stadium will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 10, President Jacob Zuma announced
Conservative Houston radio talk show host Michael Berry was reportedly spotted leaving a local gay bar before he allegedly crashed into the bouncer’s car and left the scene.
In a letter to President Obama, nine gay elected officials from New York urge the commander and chief to cancel a planned trip to Russia to meet with with President Vladmir Putin.
One of America’s most widely-produced playwrights, Steven Dietz, talks about his latest play "Rancho Mirage" and how The National New Play Network has helped him to develop it.
An appeals board is upholding the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to grant the artist Christo a permit for his Over the River project, which will temporarily suspend 5.9 miles of silvery fabric panels in sections over 42 miles of the Arkansas River
Debbie Boone has been a singing star for four decades in numerous styles - pop, country, gospel. This year she takes on jazz with her latest CD. BeBe Sweetbriar spoke to Boone about her career.
Not a lot of fans knew who Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Lorde were when last we gathered a year ago to celebrate music with the Grammy Award nominations.
Producer Robbie Brenner came upon the script to "Dallas Buyers Club" & was able to bring it to the screen. The film, which looks to be a movie that gets multiple Oscar noms, tells the story of a HIV+, homophobic Texan’s struggles with ...
After the death of his partner Tom Bridegroom, Shane Bitney Crone posted a video about his loss & treatment by Bridegroom’s parents. Filmmaker Linda Bloodworth-Thomason made a doc about the couple, which airs this weekend. Crone talks about the ...
HIV+ and way too tired? Look to complex carbs, protein, fat and some key vitamins for a better boost than stimulants.
We’ve learned a lot about HIV, but the one constant, among those infected or not, is that a condom prevents infection, reinfection and other potentially lethal STDs.…
EDGE Goes Social
As if the message wasn’t already clear, the arrival of Kiehl’s to the trendy neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen in New York City solidifies the enclave as the new gay mecca.
Make a scene- with style most green. These fab finds will save the Earth- and your reputation as a style maven of note. Read more...
When we set out to find the most fabulous pics from 2013, we had too many for one album. Here’s the first: from New Year’s Day to the beginnings of spring, ’13 started out with four cold months filled with hotties. Check out the pics!
Need inspiration for your Halloween outfit? EDGE rounds up the hottest (and wackiest) costumes from 2012.
New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and New York City Comptroller John Liu are pressuring Olympic advertisers to speak out against Russia’s restrictions on gay and transgender rights before the Sochi Winter Games begin in February.
Headlines from the Washington Post, Cheney daughters wage war over same-sex marriage, and from the Wall St. Journal, women retain jobs that men lose during the recession. Also, Nobel Prize winner Doris Lessing dies.
The way Frank DiPascali tells it, Bernard Madoff planted the seeds of deception for his $17 billion Ponzi scheme back in the 1970s, when his firm was in a small office at 110 Wall Street.
America’s most famous architect designed innovative buildings, including schools, skyscrapers, hotels, museums - and about 280 homes. Twenty Wright homes are currently for sale. Dean Reynolds reports on the difficulties of selling the properties.
Chinese started buying new cars in huge numbers about four years ago, about the average length of time analysts say drivers will stick with a vehicle before trading it in for a fresh model.
CBS News senior correspondent John Miller talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the man who shot the original video of the biker road rage attack in New York City. Also, new video has surfaced that shows several men kicking the driver o...
Oklahoma has long been known as potential earthquake country, but "the increased hazard has important implications for residents and businesses in the area," cautioned a report, released in October.
Only a few species of mammals are monogamous, and now two scientific teams think they’ve figured out why they got that way. But their answers aren’t exactly romantic.
What happens when a recently single woman heads to Jamaica and finds herself at a clothing optional resort?
New York is a city in perpetual transformation. In autumn, when seasonal changes abound, the pace intensifies as visitors and locals alike gallop in hot pursuit to discover (or rediscover) what’s new in the city that never sleeps.
The nation’s first full face transplant patients are healing, with new blood vessel networks connecting transplanted skin with the patients’ facial tissue, a finding that may help improve future face transplant surgeries.
The Food and Drug Administration is recommending new restrictions on prescription medicines containing hydrocodone, the highly addictive painkiller that has grown into the most widely prescribed drug in the U.S.