The throngs of protesters who overran Ferguson after the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case dwindled to just a few small groups as people began cleaning up this battered community and seeking something closer to a normal routine.
An all-star cast of 40 renowned singers and instrumentalists comes together on one CD to sing for hope and in the cause of supporting AIDS research.
Friends of a transgender woman from Idaho who suddenly died from a brain aneurysm in October are outraged after the woman's family held an open casket and buried her as a man.
Helped by an increase in commercial, industrial and auto loans, U.S. bank earnings rose 7.3 percent in the July-September quarter from a year earlier, as banks reduced their expenses and continued to lend out more money.
The American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM), the nation's leading HIV care provider organization, has announced the creation of the new AAHIVM Institute for Hepatitis C.
As soon as the St. Louis grand jury released their decision not to charge police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of Michael Brown gay groups responded with incredulous outrage, condemning the decision.
The New York Daily News reports Jonathan Jesensky joined New York's Bravest as a rookie firefighter last Tuesday and that he has a gay porn past, starring in at least 10 films.
Steve Kroft reports on why our roads, bridges, airports and rail are outdated and need to be fixed.
This Thanksgiving weekend, Knightley's new film, "The Imitation Game" is released in theaters. It's the story of British math genius Alan Turing and the team who helped him crack a code and win World War II.
While most American's will be eating turkey and stuffing on Thanksgiving Day, LGBT folks on the island of Curacao will be celebrating its first Exotica Festival, a 5 day LGBT party closely resembling Miami's Winter Party.