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Archie Comics announced Tuesday that the famous comic book character will heroically sacrifice himself while saving the life of a friend in a July installment of "Life with Archie."
Dance instructor Adrianne Haslet-Davis survived the Boston marathon bombing, but her left foot was amputated above the ankle. Haslet-Davis and host of CNN’s special report "The Survivor Diaries" Anderson Cooper join the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to disc
A Central Pennsylvania school district is getting rid of a rule barring girls from playing school sports with boys. The change comes after 13-year-old wrestler Audriana Beattie and her family challenged the school district’s policies.
This year’s L.A. edition of the GLAAD Media Awards will feature filmmaker Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and the subject of her documentary "Bridegroom," Shane Bitney Crone, who faced the indignities of a pre-marriage equality era after his life partner died.
Peaches Geldof, the wild-child daughter of concert organizer Bob Geldof who worked as a model, a television presenter and a fashion writer and who filled the pages of British tabloids with her late-night antics, has died at age 25.
On April 11, NYC-based queer femme art extravaganza Heels on Wheels will kick off their tour of the Northeast U.S and Canada with "The Glitter Roadshow."
The first thing I vividly remember about joining the gay community was a series of messages on Grindr - a virtual world of avatars, most of which strive to project that they possess the qualities of the ideal, desirable gay man.
Students who use Facebook no longer have to choose between being male and female. In fact, now they can choose from more than 50 new gender options -- and to some students, it could mean the world.
Hundreds of people picked up a bow and arrow to compete in the state archery championship, in West Fargo, North Dakota, but all eyes seemed to aimed at one competitor from Iowa.
Special guest writer Cathy Renna shares her thoughts on International Transgender Day of Visibility.