Democrats in Utah elected Jim Dabakis as state party chairman on Saturday, making him the first openly gay person to hold the position.
A staged reading based on the 2010 Proposition 8 trial in San Francisco will premiere on Broadway in September, to be followed by productions nationwide. (Pictured: Ted Olson and David Boies, lead attorneys in the Prop. 8 lawsuit)
Gay service members from Army soldiers to Air Force officers are planning to celebrate the official end of the military's 17-year policy that forced them to hide their sexual orientation with another official act marriage.
Twitter says the finish of the Women's World Cup final between Japan and the United States broke the record for tweets per second. Japan rallied twice to tie the United States 2-2 after extra time before winning a penalty shootout Sunday in Frankfurt, Germany.
From Gone With the Wind to a controversial marriage pledge, this nation can't kick its addiction to Old Dixie.
The attorney general says that his office is looking into whether 9/11 victims phones were hacked.
The app platform popularity pendulum has once again swung back in Apple's favor.
You know what would be awesome? An online service that lets you listen to any song you want, whenever you want.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Thursday making California the first state in the nation to add lessons about gays and lesbians to social studies classes in public schools -- requiring public schools to include the contributions of people who are LGBT in social studies curriculum.
After a Canadian couple died in their rural Saskatchewan home, their seven dogs subsisted for more than a week by eating their remains. So, is the folk wisdom that a cat will gladly eat its dead owner, but a dog would sooner starve, just bunk?