National Public Radio aired a remarkable interview on Sunday’s Weekend Edition with Allan Edwards, a Presbyterian pastor who is gay, yet lives a heterosexual life.
Defense lawyers for 26 men arrested in a televised raid by police looking for gays at an Egyptian bathhouse criticized the prosecution's case Sunday, saying it is based on a faulty investigation and only one police officer's testimony.
MIAMI (AP) — Florida's ban on marriages between same-sex couples is headed for a midnight end, with wedding vows planned around the state.
There's going to be more art in more places in Los Angeles this coming year. The Broad Museum plans a fall opening on Bunker Hill. Zurich-based Hauser & Wirth, which shows some big-deal European artists too rarely seen here (Pipilotti Rist, Isa Genzken), will open downtown...
Let’s talk about the police, specifically the NYPD. New York’s finest have not been acting so fine in recent days, disrespecting Mayor Bill de Blasio and residents of the Big Apple in the process.
Syed’s trial, and Jay’s testimony, became the focus of a “This American Life” spinoff series, the 12-part podcast “Serial,” broadcast in the fall of this year.
Cuba delivered a blow late Monday to federal and state authorities who had hoped Assata Shakur, the famously exiled Black Liberation Army member, would be extradited back to the United States,
The religious scholar Karen Armstrong spent seven years in a convent. Her new book, “Fields of Blood,” argues that religion doesn’t deserve much of the blame it receives for inciting violence throughout history.
From virtual reality to net neutrality, here’s a list of significant developments in Silicon Valley that we expect will have ramifications next year.
A show for kids that aired its final season entirely online could have the power to change children’s TV forever. Yes, really.