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Survey Says Puerto Vallarta is #1 'Surprisingly Gay Travel Destination'

Aug 31
Puerto Vallarta was named the No.1 "off the beaten path" or "surprisingly gay friendly" travel destination in the world in a survey pertaining to gay summer travel.

Feds Turn to Space Experts NASA for Small-Drone Traffic Plan

By Dave Kolpack | Aug 31
As the unmanned aircraft industry continues to evolve, the United States is depending on its space agency to help manage small drone traffic close to the Earth.

In Drought, Drones Help California Farmers Save Every Drop

By Scott Smith | Aug 31
In the drought-prone West, where every drop of water counts, California farmers are in a constant search for ways to efficiently use the increasingly scarce resource. Drones could be a useful new tool.

Fitbit Motivational Feature to Take Users on Virtual Hikes

By Anick Jasdanun | Aug 31
Fitbit wants to help you exercise more by making you think you're hiking famous trails instead of your neighborhood.

Switching Teams

Aug 31
Lesley Stahl profiles Harvard swimmer Schuyler Bailar, who may be the first openly transgender male athlete to compete in a NCAA Division I men's sport.

Same-Sex Couple Sues N.J. Over Fertility Health Coverage law

Aug 31
A lesbian couple in New Jersey says they were unfairly prevented from getting health insurance coverage for infertility treatments.

The Most Stylish Women of the Last 100 Years

By EDGE | Aug 31
Princess Diana has been named as the biggest style inspiration of all time, new survey shows.

Love & Money :: Ira Sachs Talks 'Little Men'

By Robert Nesti | Aug 30
Ira Sachs' latest film "Little Men" returns to one of the writer/director's favorite subjects -- the effect of gentrification in NYC. This time is viewed through the prism of the friendship of two teenage boys. EDGE spoke to Sachs about the film.

Broadway Boost: Hillary Clinton Receives Endorsement from Actors Equity Assoc.

Aug 30
This marks the first time in Equity's 103-year history that the organization has endorsed any political candidate.

911 Calls: 'Gunshots Going Like Crazy' in Pulse Nightclub

By Mike Schneider | Aug 30
People were texting, calling and video-chatting for help during the mass shooting at gay club Pulse in Orlando last June, and their loved ones frantically called police dispatchers in turn, according to audio recordings of 911 alls released by police.

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