Social media is a chronicle of life, and sometimes death. So it should be no surprise that a site of great human and cultural loss in Nepal's devastating earthquake is now barraged with the clicking of smartphones.
Interest rates on short-term Treasury bills were mixed in Monday's auction with the rate on three-month bills declining to the lowest level since early March, while the rate on six-month bills rose.
With its newest Taurus, Ford is joining the race to appeal to Chinese business buyers by offering bigger, more luxurious back seats.
Chipotle says it has completed phasing out genetically modified ingredients from its food, making it the first national fast-food chain to do so.
The KAJ is on the shelves, bringing our favorite 80s high-top back in style.
House and Senate GOP negotiators neared agreement on a budget blueprint that would enable Republicans controlling Congress to more easily target President Obama's signature health care law while delivering an almost $40 billion boost to the Pentagon.
When it was first produced, "Jesus Christ Superstar" was condemned by Christians and Jews alike and was actually banned in some countries. Now Fiddlehead Theatre Company's controversial casting of Mary Magdalene as a man is upsetting a whole new sector.
The Log Cabin Republicans issued a statement soon after Bruce Jenner came out as a transgender woman, and a Republican.
Less than a week after being hosted by two New York City gay businessmen, Sen. Ted Cruz is claiming that a gay "radicalized" Democratic party is persecuting Christians.
Marco Rubio will go to your wedding, he just thinks your constitutional right to get married doesn't exist.
Ex-gay "support group" Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays argue that marriage equality isn't necessary when gays can convert and marry members of the opposite sex.
Pat Robertson told a viewer to forgive her man on man cheating hubby, provided he doesn't make a habit of it.
A week after throwing a party for Ted Cruz, gay hotelier Ian Reisner would like everyone to believe that he's just recently learned of the Texas Senator's anti-gay record.
Whether you're shopping couture or comfort, there are a few select brands that are not only fashion forward, but also making a big statement in their support of equal rights in the workplace.
Bob Schieffer didn't beat around the bush with his guest Tony Perkins introduction Sunday on CBS News' "Face the Nation" when he referred to the Family Research Council's hate group designation.
Republican presidential hopefuls emphasized their staunch opposition to gay marriage and abortion rights Saturday before a crowd of social conservatives who hold significant sway in the state's leadoff presidential caucuses.
Kim Kardashian's ex-husband, basketball player Kris Humphries, is backpedalling after making headlines over the weekend for a vague tweet he wrote soon after the "20/20" interview with Bruce Jenner aired.
Would a Supreme Court victory for marriage equality be the end of our civil rights journey? Or is marriage only one crucial piece in a much larger puzzle? Michelangelo Signorile thinks it's the latter case, and in his new book he makes a compelling case.
Public health officials are struggling to respond to a surge in overdoses from a designer drug known as "Spice." The man-made alternative to pot is sold online or in convenience stores. Jericka Duncan reports.
The death toll in the Nepal earthquake has reached 3,800, and it is still rising. Science contributor and City College of New York physics professor Michio Kaku joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact of the deadly earthquake and avalanche.
Spanish stocks have climbed 10.9 percent in euros. But for someone counting in U.S. dollars, each of those euros is worth less than at the start of the year. A growing number of funds have been trying to blunt this effect.
The Shanghai Auto Show banned female models. The show's decision comes as China's government under President Xi Jinping increases efforts to crack down on prostitution, online pornography and what it considers racy or improper programming on TV.
Anthony Bourdain, Ina Garten and Martha Stewart remain the names to beat in food broadcasting.
The CDC shares their recommendations for health departments and healthcare providers following the outbreak of HIV and HCV among injection drug users in Indiana.
There are two must-have selfies for any visitor to show off from Miami: one on the sands of South Beach, and one against the bold murals of Wynwood.
Everyone had a fantastic time at the White Party pool party at the Renaissance Hotel in Palm Springs, and Wet & Wild water park. Check out all of the hot, fun, photos.