Gay Boston: The Latest
The anti-LGBT Family Research Council went on assault against the Obama administration and the Department of Justice. They even made a commercial.
Fox News Channel's chief White House correspondent, Ed Henry, is "taking some time off" following publication of a magazine story alleging an affair with a Las Vegas woman, the network said Wednesday.
"Empire" co-creator Lee Daniels apologized to Sean Penn in a statement made public Wednesday as part of a confidential settlement in a defamation lawsuit over comments Daniels made comparing the actor to the show's star Terrence Howard.
New Yorkers who were molested as children joined lawmakers and advocates in a two-day rally for lifting the state's statute of limitations on suing abusers, saying the law closing the window at age 23 guarantees many more young victims.
Giving no indication of yielding to pressure, North Carolina's Republican leaders called a federal warning about the legality of the state's new law limiting LGBT anti-discrimination rules a broad overreach by the government.
Dozens of families took legal action Wednesday in a bid to stop a suburban Chicago school district from allowing a transgender student to use a girls' locker room and restroom, arguing the policy trampled on the privacy rights of other students.
Teams could pull out of scheduled NCAA events this spring because of new state laws in North Carolina, Mississippi and Tennessee while the sport's governing body's demands for discrimination-free environments.
Leaders of an east Alabama city Wednesday repealed an ordinance that would have imposed criminal penalties on people for using a restroom that doesn't match their gender at birth.
Minnesota State-Mankato's baseball coach on Wednesday lamented the lost opportunity for his team if it were to qualify for the NCAA Division II championship and couldn't play because the tournament is in North Carolina.
Boston Calling reveals another exciting new component of its highly anticipated May 2016 festival, a third stage featuring some of the areas most talented comedians and up-and-coming bands.
The U.S. Justice Department says a North Carolina law that limits protections to LGBT people violates federal civil rights laws.
There is a place in Minnesota that has the feel of small town America.
Federal prosecutors have agreed to drop a nearly four-year effort to seize the property of a California medical marijuana dispensary billed as the nation's largest, the dispensary's attorney said Tuesday.
When Dish technicians aren't busy installing satellite TV services in people's homes, they'll be making house calls to replace iPhone batteries and broken screens.
Target-date retirement funds aim to make investing simple, and that's why their popularity is exploding.
America's love of trucks and SUVs helped push the auto industry to its best April ever, with most automakers reporting healthy increases.
Never mind that Cinco de Mayo is a relatively minor holiday in Mexico. The margarita gets a makeover at these destination-worthy watering holes.
On May 5, Arian Grande will perform at the 10th Annual DKMS Gala, at Cipriani Wall Street.
Savvy travelers realize that sometimes schedule changes - usually an hour or more - allow the freedom to make itinerary adjustments without paying hundreds of dollars in fees.
On Tuesday, May 3, Dance to Unite presents the 3rd Annual Benefit: One Way or Another featuring live music from Debbie Harry at Avenues: The World School, located in Chelsea.