Gay Boston: The Latest
The chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, announced abruptly Sunday afternoon that she would step down at week's end. Sanders had called earlier Sunday for her departure.
"Star Trek Beyond" has landed atop the weekend box office.
Sigourney Weaver apparently isn't finished fighting aliens.
Olympic leaders stopped short Sunday of imposing a complete ban on Russia from the Rio de Janeiro Games, assigning individual global sports federations the responsibility to decide which athletes should be cleared to compete.
Next summer the "Guardians of the Galaxy" are taking over theaters and Disneyland.
Hillary Clinton debuted running mate Sen. Tim Kaine on Saturday as a can-do progressive committed to social justice and equality - "everything Donald Trump and Mike Pence are not" - at a boisterous rally ahead of next week's Democratic National Convention
Regardless of one's motivation, getting in great shape is always a good idea and can only improve one's quality of life-especially in the bedroom. A healthy diet is key.
Although the Democrats' convention is in Philadelphia, closeted Republicans turned Cleveland into another "city of brotherly love" this week.
Friends of a lesbian who was shot to death in a parking lot near a gay San Francisco nightclub in 2013 described in court how she had put up her hands and pleaded with the suspect before he shot her and a friend.
While remarkable gains have been made in preventing and treating HIV over the past 16 years, this progress could be reversed without adequate funding and respect for the human rights of the people most at risk.
Dean Reynolds reports on how Chicago is using green infrastructure to fight the extreme heat.
Unknown at the time but fairly common knowledge now is the fact that F.W. Murnau was a gay man. His death in a 1931 car accident was said to have been caused by an act of fellatio he was giving to his young driver.
A former University of Mississippi student was sentenced Thursday to a year's probation plus 50 hours of community service for placing a noose on the statue of the school's first black student.
Officials told residents of a small Colorado community not to drink or shower in tap water Thursday because one of the town's wells may have been contaminated with THC, marijuana's intoxicating chemical.
It could take a decade or more to clean up toxic industrial wastes and raw sewage on New York City's Gowanus Canal.
A Tesla in Autopilot mode can drive itself but it's not a "self-driving" vehicle, at least as far as safety regulators are concerned.
For Margaret Thatcher, it was handbags. For Theresa May, it's shoes. Female leaders are still scrutinized as much for style as for substance, and invariably compared to one another - a sign they are considered exceptions, rather than the rule.
After family members of the driver who slammed a truck into a holiday crowd in the French city of Nice said he suffered from depression, questions have been raised again about the links between mental illness, extreme ideology and mass violence.
If you want to avoid the crowds and satisfy your inner explorer, take a look at one of the least-visited gems, Isle Royale National Park.
Drink Craft Beer returned to the Revere Hotel this past weekend for two days of BBQ and brews. EDGE was on hand on Saturday night. See who was there.
With Bear Week coming to an end in Ptown, it was time to party again in Boston at Club Cafe's Sunday Bear TDance. See who came out.