Lady Gaga recently stopped by British late night talk show "Chatty Matt," hosted by Alan Carr, and said that there should be a boycott over the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, due to the country’s controversial anti-gay laws.
Stephen Alexander has been coaching boys’ soccer at Ponaganset High School in Gloucester, R.I., for the past three years. But what separates Alexander from the average high school coach is that he identifies as transgender.
With the goal of raising awareness about HIV prevention, the Rhode Island Coalition for HIV Prevention will be conducting Rhode Island’s 2nd Annual World AIDS Day Event.
Democrat Jim Graham will seek a fifth term on the D.C. Council.
New Yorker editor David Remnick will contribute to NBC’s coverage of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
A 10-year-old Arkansas boy name Will Phillips has decided that he cannot in good conscience pledge allegiance to the flag as long as the country for which it stands refuses legal equality to its GLBT citizens.
A new report from the Spectrum Human Rights Alliance, which aims to support LGBT rights in Eastern Europe, claims that Russian skinheads allegedly used a popular social media site to lure LGBT teens in order to torture them.
What becomes a legend most? In the case of "The Phantom of the Opera" it is a re-imagining, which is taking place in a new production that recently started a U.S. tour in Providence, RI.
It was clear when I talked to Andrew Lippa, composer of "A Little Princess," that the lives of those who make musicals are dramatic. Is it any wonder that so many musicals are about characters that believe in the unbelievable and triumph over adversity?
When celebrity chefs cut themselves, how much they bleed is a matter of brand. Case in point: this year’s messy public eruptions around two of the food world’s most powerful women, Paula Deen and Nigella Lawson.
On Friday night, pop legend Elton John put Russia’s controversial gay propaganda law to a very public test when he took the opportunity to condemn the recently enacted legislation and the government that passed it in front of a sold-out audience in Moscow
Adult entertainment performers who contracted the AIDS virus are speaking out about the industry’s scandal revealing how they found out they were HIV positive and how the industry treated them afterwards. Louisa Hodge reports.
A gay couple from New York talk to the New York Times about winning the 21st season of "The Amazing Race," which aired its season finale on Sunday.
HIV+ and way too tired? Look to complex carbs, protein, fat and some key vitamins for a better boost than stimulants.
We’ve learned a lot about HIV, but the one constant, among those infected or not, is that a condom prevents infection, reinfection and other potentially lethal STDs.…
EDGE Goes Social
L’Wren Scott is no stranger to sequins. Party dressing is part of her everyday life: It’s simply not a choice for an insider-favorite fashion designer, a celebrity stylist and the girlfriend of Mick Jagger to curl up in her cashmere cardigan all the time.
New York City locals and tourists are not only able to enjoy chilly vodka drinks at the new bar Minus5, but the frozen venue requires them to bundle up despite record breaking heat.
Bear Providence hosted the first ever Rhode Island Bear Contest at the Eagle in Providence. Congratulations to Kevin, Rhode Island Bear 2013.
It was a beautiful day to show off some sexy bodies at the White Party Muscle Beach Party.
Corporate support for gay and transgender rights is reaching workers in new corners of the country and economy six months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
Small business owners are cancelling their worker’s insurance, because they say they can no longer afford it.
Three of the biggest U.S. lenders failed this year to meet some requirements for giving relief to struggling homeowners in a $25 billion settlement over foreclosure abuses, according to an official.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr, the two men most involved in the decision to make the city the nation’s largest to file for bankruptcy, testified Monday that a court-led reorganization is necessary to save the city...
A federal judge in Michigan ruled that Detroit can cut public pensions as it enters bankruptcy, a decision that could effect the retirement of millions of current and former municipal workers.
After half a century in the luxury, supercar business, Lamborghini is still making the kind of cars that dreams are made of -- a precious handful a day. Scott Pelley reports.
Scientists have reached farther back than ever into the ancestry of humans to recover and analyze DNA, using a bone found in Spain that’s estimated to be 400,000 years old. So far, the achievement has provided more questions than answers.
Breakfast favorites and other meals cooked at high temperatures can carry acrylamide, a potentially carcinogenic chemical. Now, the FDA is putting together guidelines to reduce the risk. Dr. David Agus explains.
Lights, trees, gingerbread and the Grinch are among the Christmastime attractions on display around the country. Here are some details...
When you grow up in Rhode Island, as I did, and you return to Newport, you bring a perspective that is steeped in nostalgia yet tempered by a response to changes, good and bad, that you notice as you amble down familiar streets.
A medical marijuana dispensary owner has been named mayor of a small Northern California city in the heart of pot country. Sebastopol’s City Council selected 36-year-old Robert Jacob as mayor earlier this week.
The Dalai Lama is the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhists. While visiting New York, he spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O’Donnell about mental health, politics with China, and the chance of a female Dalai Lama.