In honor of World AIDS Day, Trigg Labs is giving away 250,000 Safe Sex Kits to AIDS Service Organizations around the country.
Pledging solidarity after the Paris attacks, President Barack Obama promised Tuesday to work with France and other allies to intensify the U.S.-led campaign against the Islamic State.
Shares of cancer drug developer KaloBios Pharmaceuticals rocketed higher Thursday after controversial investor Martin Shkreli led a group that took a majority stake in the company just after it had decided to wind down its operations.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee has filed a lawsuit to protect students' right to free speech after a senior was censored for wearing a shirt to school supporting equality for lesbian and gay people.
In a new interview, pop star Joe Jonas told PrideSource he "accidentally" went to a gay club for the first time in Europe, but knowingly went to a gay club with brother Nick Jonas just a few months ago.
Mat Staver, head of the anti-gay hate group Liberty Counsel took time out of his busy schedule of photo bombing Kim Davis to stir up a little non-existent drama - the "War on Thanksgiving."
Drag queen Mel Trixx of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, recently got a little too fierce at a performance when she knocked herself out by doing a jaw-dropping death drop.
Some actors just can't get enough of the camera.
After rapper The Game has posted a number of jaw-dropping bulge selfies, R&B singer Usher took to Instagram to post his own revealing pic.
The owner of a California mansion is suing gay porn star Michael Lucas after he rented the home to film a gay porn movie. The homeowner alleges Lucas and his crew left enemas, sex toys and bodily fluids around the rented mansion, according to a lawsuit.
Belgium may be famed for its chocolate and beer, but the lockdown imposed because of a national threat alert is creating a bad taste for many businesses.
The flamboyant chefs who boost their careers with TV shows and cookbooks have tough new competition, but it isn't coming from the kitchen.
The board tasked with writing rules for Alaska's recreational marijuana industry voted Friday to allow for people to use pot at certain stores that will sell it, a first among the four states that have legalized the drug.
Video-game players aren't that difficult to shop for. Let's face it: It's an expensive hobby, and most gamers have something on their list that they've set aside in the hopes that Santa might deliver.
Thanks to major advances in antiretroviral therapies, many people diagnosed with HIV are living much longer than they expected.
Volkswagen's emissions cheating scandal widened Friday after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said the German automaker used software to cheat on pollution tests on more six-cylinder diesel vehicles than originally thought.
The Philippine government is appraising the dazzling jewelry collection seized three decades ago from Imelda Marcos.
On Sunday, November 29, Skylight Theatre Company and Moon Mile Run Productions present "We Laid Our Bodies Down," for World Aids Day at Skylight Theatre.
Americans should be alert to the possible travel risks, especially during the holidays, following increased threats from militant groups around the world, the State Department has warned.
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