Science magazine has formally retracted an article about a study gauging the ability of openly gay canvassers to shift voters' views toward support for same-sex marriage.
George Pataki, the 9/11-era New York governor who achieved electoral success as a Republican in a heavily Democratic state, announced his candidacy for the presidential nomination Thursday, offering himself as a unifying figure in a divided nation.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki has entered the contest for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016. Here's a look at where the three-term governor stands on various issues that will be debated in the GOP primaries.
The owners of a Northern Ireland bakery that refused to bake a cake supporting gay marriage said Thursday they would appeal their conviction for discrimination.
North Carolina legislators have agreed to give some court officials the option to refuse to carry out same-sex marriage duties based on religious objections.
Aydian Dowling, the model poised to become the first transgender person to grace the cover of Men's Health magazine, sat down with Ellen DeGeneres this week to talk about his story.
A major international study sought to settle how soon is best to start HIV treatment -- and the advice is don't delay.
Think the Duggars are gone from TV? Guess again.
Is Satan to thank for Laverne Cox's career? Is he behind the recent rise in acceptance of transgender Americans? Is the Dark Lord also in cahoots with President Obama and the Girl Scouts? According to one religious right columnist he is.
In a promo for the upcoming episode of "The Bachelorette," one of the contestants seemingly confesses he's falling in love with one of the other bachelors.
Publicity-beleaguered gay hotelier Ian Reisner can't seem to keep his name out of gay headlines since co-hosting Ted Cruz at his Manhattan apartment.
Anthony Bourdain has eaten his way through nearly every crevice of the globe, and now he's ready to taste a new frontier - the digital world.
The floral-inspired Lilly Pulitzer fashion house is trying to nip concerns about fat-shaming in the bud. Cartoons posted in a cubicle at its headquarters near Philadelphia suggest little tolerance for the "fat, white and hideous."
Mega stores like Walmart and Target are trying to re-energize sales after losing customers to online rivals like Amazon. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson discusses the new moves being made by America's largest retailers.
A British prosecutor says a former Citibank and UBS trader motivated by greed served as the ringmaster in the alleged manipulation of a key interest rate, the London Interbank Lending Rate, or Libor.
A tiny Vermont town's famous wooden floating bridge (believed to be the only one of its kind in the country) was reopened with fanfare, including a parade with a bagpiper, high school marching band, oxen team and antique cars crossing.
Norwegian Cruise Line is reversing course on a ban on doggie bags. The Miami-based cruise line recently instituted a rule that banned passengers from taking food from a ship's restaurants back to their cabins.
Art auction and cocktail reception raises critically needed funds for Angelenos living with HIV/AIDS and showcases renowned as well as up-and-coming artists.
Few people outside Nordic countries know about the Kungsleden, or the King's Path, the most famous trail in Sweden. But National Geographic calls it one of the world's greatest hikes.
Gloucester Stage proudly announces the debut of the "NeverDark" series. "NeverDark" is a series of second-stage events that include lectures, talk backs, film screenings, play readings, and other events.