Rangers at Utah's Arches National Park were investigating large graffiti Thursday that was carved so deeply into a famous red rock arch that it might be impossible to erase, officials said.
The queer highlight of the San Francisco International Film Festival's second week is a timely revival of "The Watermelon Woman," Cheryl Dunye's 1996 LGBTQ Cinema classic.
The man accused of killing a gay San Francisco man in a hit-and-run crash says he didn't realize he'd hit someone until days later, and he didn't turn himself in because of his son.
The boyfriend of a man killed in a crash involving Lyft and the dead man's mother are suing the ride-hailing company, saying Lyft's negligence caused the man's death.
"VIVA" tells a fresh story about what it's like to live in the LGBT community in Havana, and the universal story of acceptance and love knowing no bounds. Star Héctor Medina talks about the film and his role.
"Some Go Hungry" discusses what life is like for people in a small Indiana town after an unsolved murder and possible hate crime tears apart the social fabric of the community. The author offers insight into the novel's fiction and its fact.
Norwegian flights could be headed towards to the United States, and American airlines are not happy about it.
Famous for stand-up, Louis C.K. is has been labeled America's undisputed King of Comedy.
In the age of podcasts and streaming services, you might think pirate radio is low on the list of concerns of federal lawmakers and broadcasters. You'd be wrong.
Convicted drug offenders released from prison will become eligible for food stamps in Georgia this year under legislation signed by Republican Gov. Nathan Deal.