Gay Charlotte: The Latest
The songwriters behind TLC's 1999 megahit "No Scrubs" are now listed as co-writers of Ed Sheeran's No. 1 hit "Shape of You."
Every time Democrats tried to draw him out on a range of serious issues, including abortion and gay rights, Neil Gorsuch answered in the same way: "I have declined to offer any promises, hints or previews of how I'd resolve any case."
U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry is suggesting that the election that gave his alma mater, Texas A&M, its first openly gay student body president was "stolen."
A Virginia businessman convicted of international parental kidnapping and conspiracy for his role in a same-sex couple's child custody fight was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison.
Under legislation inspired by former "Jersey Shore" reality TV star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, no more than $10,000 of state money could go to pay speakers at New Jersey's public universities.
The GOP's long-promised legislation to repeal and replace "Obamacare" stood on the brink just hours before Republican leaders planned to put it on the House floor for a showdown vote.
Film legend Greta Garbo's former longtime apartment in New York City is up for sale for nearly $6 million.
A little bit of Maine has come to a Manhattan museum with the opening of "Marsden Hartley's Maine." And for travelers who want to see the places depicted in the paintings, there's a companion itinerary for visiting Maine.
An Oklahoma legislator charged with hiring a 17-year-old boy for sex resigned on Wednesday, saying he didn't want to be a distraction to his fellow state lawmakers.
A tabby feline with big furry claws, bald cats with shell-like ears and skinny tails, and slobbery wrinkled pugs were the stars as Bucharest hosted a show featuring over 1,600 exotic pets.
Authorities said they were treating the attacks as a terrorist incident. Some of those injured were French high school students, France's prime minister said.
Big Mamma's House of Burlesque has given the Charlotte entertainment scene a spice of sex and variety for over a decade. Now in the beginning of its 11th season, the troupe is made up of acts much more unique than a simple striptease show.
As a film, "Canoa" is required viewing for its sheer cinematic skill and storytelling verve; as document, it resonates now as never before.
60 Minutes investigates how some businesses have fired American workers and replaced them with cheaper labor: Temporary, foreign workers with H-1B visas.
Scientists have found that fibers, like those in synthetic clothing are contaminating aquatic life.
Faced with an intractable homeless problem, officials in Portland are thinking inside the box.
French investigators say they have found evidence of possible emissions fraud in Fiat, Renault, Peugeot-Citroen and Volkswagen cars sold in France, but have found no proof of fraud in Opel vehicles.
Why not try tequila's cousins, mezcal and raicilla? Or how about Mexican wine? Not surprisingly, these fermented and distilled beverages have a long history in Mexico with a new and refreshed interest in the U.S.
President Donald Trump is trying to give the teetering Republican plan to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's health care law a new sense of urgency by saying he'd like to get it over with and move on to his preferred agenda items.
A new U.S. security measure banning many electronic devices on flights from eight mostly Muslim countries is leading travelers to reconsider their plans to fly through some airports in the Middle East.
On March 25, Ross Hewitt hots "Rainbows & Ribbons," a new show at Don't Tell Mama to raise funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.