Baltimore's mayor has lifted a citywide curfew six days after the death of Freddie Gray sparked riots in the city.
While conservatives in Indiana and Arkansas were explaining why their new religious objections laws weren't invitations to discriminate against gays, the leaders of Wisconsin's capital city were busy protecting the rights of another group: atheists.
It's an annoying problem for the unlucky few: the Apple Watch's heart rate monitor and even some other features might not work if you have a tattoo on your wrist.
The pressure of a $180 million payday never got to Floyd Mayweather Jr., even if the richest fight ever wasn't the best.
Thanks to changing laws and a society growing more of an open mind, more and more LGBT people are able to start families of their own. That means more and more women are celebrating Mother's Day!
Baltimore's top prosecutor acted swiftly in charging six officers in the death of Freddie Gray, who suffered a grave spinal injury as he was arrested and put into a police transport van, handcuffed and without a seat belt.
A Florida man admitted last month that he "couldn't help himself" from sexually assaulting an unconscious married man who passed out during a booze-fueled pool party at a Las Vegas hotel last August.
This year's selections will highlight films and performances that confront the social challenges the artist faces as an LGBT individual.
It's hard to stand out at graduation when dozens, hundreds or even thousands of your classmates are dressed in identical caps and gowns. But some students individualize their appearance by decorating their mortarboards.
Questions continue to surround the death of a former Bay Area Reporter writer as people who know the man accused of killing him express surprise, and an attorney for a co-defendant in the case says she's innocent.
Brilliant but untested, American Pharoah was put to a fight in the Kentucky Derby and won.
Episode 9 of Season 7 of "Drag Race" saw Miss Fame sashay away -- but she's not done yet! She talks about (Miss) Fame and fortune in this exclusive.
Bud Light is apologizing for a slogan which was used in an ad campaign. Critics say that phrase supports reckless behavior and perhaps even sexual assault. Vladimir Duthiers speaks with Advertising Age's E.J. Schultz.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is trying to steer his electric car company's battery technology into homes and businesses as part of an elaborate plan to reshape the power grid with millions of small power plants made of solar panels on roofs, batteries in garages.
A single year at a 4-year college runs between almost $19,000 to $42,000. That leaves many students wondering how they'll save up and pay for tuition. Here's Jill Schlesinger joins with tips for getting the best financial aid.
Frustrated that cars recalled for serious safety defects aren't getting fixed quickly enough, the nation's auto safety chief hosted a gathering of automakers to search for solutions.
Poultry leasing has turned out to be a serious investment as more people want fresh eggs from humanely raised hens, without the responsibilities of ownership.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and P.D. Alleva shares his thoughts on the stigma that keeps mental illness untreated and avoided.
Wild Women Expediitions offers spectacular global adventures - the only question is, which one will you go on?
The award winning Sidelines Sports & Video Bar celebrates its nine year anniversary on May 12, 2015 with a line-up of events and promotions starting on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 through Sunday, May 17, 2015.