Gay San Francisco: The Latest
San Francisco, CA
He's the kind of man some mothers wish we would bring home for the holidays; sharp-dressed, clean-cut, and his versions of seasonal classics will brighten any gathering.
As investigators searched for signs of a crime in the fire that killed at least 33 in an Oakland warehouse during a late-night dance party, survivors and teary-eyed friends of those who perished viewed the charred building from a distance.
Donald Trump has chosen former Campaign 2016 rival Ben Carson to become secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
One thing you can count on during inauguration season in Washington: People of all stripes will find a reason to show up - whether it's to celebrate or commiserate.
A transgender student whose battle over the right to use a girls' bathroom led to a landmark court ruling in Maine is being featured in a new HBO documentary.
Some of the designers who clamored to dress first lady Michelle Obama have been mixed about dressing Mrs. Trump, a former model.
"Last Tango in Paris" is making headlines again 44 years after the controversial film came out.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Sunday that it won't grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.
LGBT people are understandably worried about what will happen when Donald Trump takes over the presidency.
Audiences came back for a second helping of "Moana" and "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" this weekend. Both family-friendly films topped the post-Thanksgiving box office charts.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a new Vital Signs report which shows an increased use of Syringe Service Programs - programs that offer sterile needles and other injection equipment to reduce the risk of HIV transmission.
The congressman and president-elect Donald Trump were often at odds during the campaign, but the speaker says they've moved on from their public attacks and talk on the phone nearly every day.
This year's Kennedy Center Honors gala will be bittersweet for some because it's the last one under President Barack Obama.
Only on "CBS This Morning," members of the Rockefeller family are giving their first TV interviews about a public falling out with ExxonMobil.
As we move forward into the New Year, let's take a look at 10 Apps that have gained popularity in 2016 and show no signs of slowing down in 2017. If you don't have these Apps yet-get them!
Instead of the latest toy or gadget, some people are trying to give their loved ones more financial security this holiday season.
Toyota plans to reveal a new version of America's top-selling sedan next month at a time when U.S. buyers are moving away from cars toward SUVs and trucks.
As all of the holiday gift guides roll out, you can be sure of one thing: taste is subjective. That's why this year we're relying on a diverse collection of LGBT influencers to offer their favorite picks.
New York is loosening restrictions in its nearly year-old medical marijuana law but, to the dismay of some pot advocates, there is no sign the state is in any hurry to join eight other states in embracing full legalization.
Malana is hidden no more. For centuries, the villagers have been growing the plant that has made Malana one of the world's top stoner destinations, and a battleground for India's haphazard fight against hashish that has made the village famous.
San Francisco, CA
Hundreds came out to celebrate the life & accomplishments of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay supervisor of San Francisco. Community activists reminded everyone of Harvey's views on life, politics and love.
The inimitable Sandra Bernhard will debut her all new show "Sandra Monica Blvd: Coast to Coast" at The Sorting Room.