Gay San Francisco: The Latest
Attendance dipped slightly for North Carolina's world-renowned furniture market this year in an early test of business reaction to the state's new law limiting protections for LGBT people.
The Cincinnati Zoo's director says zoo security officers killed a 17-year-old gorilla that had grabbed a small boy who fell into the gorilla exhibit moat.
A federal judge is ordering the release of Trump University internal documents in a class-action lawsuit against the now-defunct real estate school owned by presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
At least three people were still missing on Sunday after torrential rain in Texas and Kansas flooded rivers, washed out roads and left four people dead.
A transwoman with Parkinson's disease who says she was assaulted by a supermarket patron in the women's room speaks out about the experience.
Atlanta is being richly rewarded with the chance to host a Super Bowl following a skirmish earlier this year over a bill that was being pushed by some lawmakers in the Georgia legislature.
A new poll shows Volunteer State residents are more closely divided than previously thought over a new Tennessee law that allows mental health counselors and therapists to refuse to treat LGBT patients.
Sandra Bernhardt and Erika Jayne will be there as Gay Disney Week gets going! Here, in a pair of interviews, is what they have to say about the gig.
I felt like I waited so long for "RuPaul's Drag Race" to start and then it felt like in the blink of an eye we were at the finale. It was a pleasure to sit down with Kim and Naomi the very next day for this exclusive Hotspots Interview.
Currently in the cast of "Fun Home," Judy Kuhn will take time to bring "Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel" to Feinstein's at the Nikko on June 3 and 4.
The process to select the first residents of an affordable housing development in San Francisco aimed toward LGBT seniors has been delayed by several weeks.
Last week we opined on SFMOMA's new house; now we take a look at what's inside.
This is the tale of how one of China's corporate giants won - and ultimately lost - a friend in Washington, using legal methods long deployed by corporate America: Money and influence.
Federal health officials say the U.S. could be reaching the end of the road for antibiotics.
Real estate agents are flummoxed by a housing market that's still trying to recover a decade after its historic collapse.
Eight automakers are recalling more than 12 million vehicles in the U.S. to replace Takata air bag inflators that can explode with too much force.
Interior designer Deeia Topp offers insightful tips for a purposeful approach to your personal space.
California lawmakers are rushing to approve legislation Friday that would allow a man with HIV to receive part of his HIV-positive husband's liver before the surgery becomes too dangerous, possibly within weeks.
After jaunting through the Cotswolds, EDGE's travel editor Matthew Wexler heads to the coast to visit Bristol, then southwest to discover England's maritime traditions in Cornwall.
Whether you're checking outta town for the Memorial Day Weekend holiday, or immersing yourself in local sun & fog (sog?), here are some memorable nightlife and daytime party options, including a merry influx of live bands.