Gay Palm Springs: The Latest
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A bill that would modernize California's laws that criminalize and stigmatize people living with HIV cleared its first major legislative hurdle.
An English World War II veteran has come out as a transgender to her community, after a lifetime of knowing that she was living a lie.
A rapper from Brooklyn, New York was indicted on hate crime charges for allegedly attacking three men outside a gay nightclub and shouting gay slurs.
The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina released the following statement on H.B. 142, a new legislative proposal to address House Bill 2, North Carolina's anti-LGBT law.
Some international travelers are citing politics as a factor in whether to visit the U.S. this year, according to survey research by the tourism marketing agency Brand USA.
A watered-down version of a bill that took aim at Tennessee's recognition of gay marriages is dead for the year.
"RuPaul's Drag Race" Season 2 winner Tyra Sanchez says "America's Got Talent" planned to mock him on TV after initially reaching out to him to do a bit with the show's new host Tyra Banks.
Cristiano Ronaldo has an airport named after him, but it was his odd-looking statue that attracted attention in Wednesday's ceremony honoring the Portugal star in his hometown.
Some tactics Russia used to meddle in last year's presidential election would give shivers to anyone who believes in American democracy, the Senate intelligence committee's top Democrat says.
Disney's animated phenomenon, "Frozen," may not have been a heartwarming tale of sisterly love if its creators stuck to the film's original planned ending.
Actor Adam Pally has been arrested and charged with possession of cocaine and marijuana in New York.
Captain Darren Francke of the Montgomery County Police Department explains what it was about Rahul Gupta's interview with Det. Paula Hamill that convinced him Gupta was guilty of killing his friend, Mark Waugh.
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The Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival, the longest-running annual solo festival for women in Los Angeles, will kick off on March 23 with a Champagne Gala, and run through March 26 at assorted venues.
PwC accountants won't be allowed to have their cellphones backstage during future Oscar telecasts.
Eventually, members of Amazon's $99-a-year Prime loyalty program will be able to order groceries online and drive to a pickup location, where crews will deliver items to the car.
A paralyzed man was able to feed himself for the first time in eight years, after doctors implanted sensors in his brain that sent signals to his arm.
A homeowners association representing property owners at a downtown San Francisco high-rise sued the developers on Wednesday for failing to tell residents the condominium tower was sinking at an unexpected rate.
General Motors is launching Book by Cadillac in hopes that a subscription-based model will work for luxury cars.
A North Carolina restaurant's ban on children 5 and younger is drawing both praise and criticism.
On Thursday, March 20 at the NYC AIDS Memorial in the West Village, ACT Up will observe their 30th Anniversary with a rally and march.
The former head of Thailand's tourism promotion board has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for accepting $1.8 million in bribes from two Hollywood producers to let them organize the Bangkok International Film Festival a decade ago.
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On Wednesday, March 22 at woven on Melrose Avenue, the West Hollywood Women's Advisory Board and the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will honor five exceptional women at the 22nd Annual Women in Leadership Awards.
Butterscotch, the retro-futuristic, voice percussionist virtuosa, is joining the stellar line-up at the 2017 Dinah Shore Weekend.