Anti-gay hate group leader Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel hit a new low on Monday when he said the first responders at the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando last year were "traumatized" because they had to "get tested for AIDS-related conditions"
January is Stalking Awareness Month. For many people, the idea of stalking evokes stories of celebrities being hounded by overzealous fans. But the truth is that 75 percent of stalking victims know their stalker.
Jonathan Darman, author of "Landslide: LBJ & Ronald Reagan at the Dawn of A New America" and H.W. Brands, University of Texas history professor, join CBSN to discuss Nixon's influence.
Before carrying out a deadly driving rampage in Melbourne Friday, an Australian man allegedly stabbed his younger brother in the face during an argument about being gay.
Police say a man bit the ear off another man in Pittsburgh as they argued about President Donald Trump.
President Trump has a busy week ahead after a rocky first weekend in the White House.
The AIDS United Access to Care initiative expanded access to high-quality, life-extending care to over 5,000 people living with HIV, exceeded national viral suppression rates by 27 percent.
The Supreme Court said Monday it won't hear an appeal from the family on TV's "Sister Wives" challenging Utah's law banning polygamy.
Trump Administration counselor Kellyanne Conway raised eyebrows, blood pressures and Twitter traffic Sunday when she used the term "alternative facts" to describe falsehoods told by President Trump and his press secretary Sean Spicer on Saturday.
Days before Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, rapper Azealia Banks said she wanted to perform at the inauguration. Over the weekend, she criticized the Women's March.