The latest comments from outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on the military's ban on transgender service have spurred renewed calls for Hagel to act on a review of the ban before leaving office.
Painters have long created self-portraits to present themselves to the world, but the advent of selfies inspired curator Thomas Drymon to survey the works with fresh eyes.
"Janet Delaney: South of Market," now on show at the de Young Museum, is a photographic essay that documents the city's brush with redevelopment, gentrification, the wages of progress, and their casualties in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
It started its life as the Polly Ann Restaurant. When it became the Covered Wagon in 1968 and turned gay, it was still a restaurant, but it evolved into a bar that held private parties for the mysteriously named "Longhorn Club."
It began as a platform to foster gay pride during a time when homosexuality was still classified as a mental disorder. Over time it grew into a major fundraising vehicle for a vast array of causes.
Capping the Paris fashion season with a dose of controversy, French menswear company APC apologized for using a racist slur in a show last week - prompting collaborator, shoe giant Timberland, to sever all ties. That and more from Paris Fashion Week...
Does comfort matter to you? Speed? The latest bells and whistles? Energy efficiency? A combination of all of these? Make sure you know what you want before you buy.
I always tell people that a cruise is like a vacation smorgasbord; it takes you to several different destinations - and often countries - and allows you to taste test each. I highly recommend it.
The takeaway show from Amazon Studios' new pilot season is "The Man in the High Castle" -- an alternative history series that reveals a world if Nazi Germany and Japan won World War II.
Epic is not usually a term associated with films coming out of the Sundance Film Festival, which makes director Rodrigo Garcia's imagined story of Jesus's journey through the desert even more striking.