The doctor, who's helped save many an AIDS patient, knows it sounds a little crazy that the companionship and simple needs of a pet could help him cope with his disease and pull him out of depression.
Artists and art lovers from across the country and around the world are less than a week away from arriving in Miami Beach for one of the biggest events Miami Beach celebrates each year: Art Basel Miami Beach.
amfAR is asking the world to contribute to the cure by singing and uploading brief covers of the song "That's What Friends Are For" on social media using the hashtag: #SingForAIDS.
Rocco Steele lives with HIV. A gay adult performer and director, he is now having a second act as an HIV awareness educator.
A man in Germany was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation after he refused to vacate a burning Hamburg sex shop until he finished watching a porn.
"Up until this Charlie Sheen stuff happened, I would have said that society has gotten better," says Alex Garner. "But the reaction to that discouraged me."
A report released this month by the D.C. Office of Human Rights (OHR) paints a bleak picture for the District's transgender residents.
As the couple accused of attacking a transgender woman in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood pleaded not guilty recently, the attorneys representing them repeatedly misgendered the victim.
Cleo Pablo married her longtime partner when gay weddings became legal in Arizona and looked forward to the day when her wife and their children could move into her home in the small Native American community outside Phoenix where she grew up.
The fatal shootings at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic are the latest in a long history of violence at clinics that provide abortions and doctors who perform the procedure.
Law professor Mark Osler, a leading advocate for sentencing reform and clemency in the U.S. justice system, discusses the relationship between religious ideas of "mercy" and "justice."
Some days, it seems as though you have SuperPowers. That must be the explanation for being unseen. That's why there are days when nobody looks at you. There's no acknowledgment that you exist.
Japan is set to bid on joint development and production of an Australian submarine, Tokyo's first major military transfer since the World War II.
One of the key technologies that could help wean the globe off fossil fuel is probably at your fingertips or in your pocket right now: The battery.
After last summer's landmark marriage ruling, states must provide same-sex couples with the same marital benefits that were previously only awarded to heterosexual couples. So what does that include? You'll find out here!
The howl of engines is disturbing residents' tranquility - including the afternoon siestas - and the risk of speeding cars is a safety concern, say city officials.
Are you prepared for the White Party? Let me tell you a bit about the latest offerings from three retailers. You can buy from all of them online if you will be a no-show at White Party.
The most ambitious "repeal and replace" health care plan from a presidential candidate comes from Sen. Bernie Sanders, not from a Republican.
In the past 15 years, $9 billion - largely a mix of public and private funds - has poured into Kansas, sparking a Renaissance that just might outclass anything seen in any other American city. Here's part one of our insider's look at KC.
It was a busy night before Thanksgiving at Boston's Club Cafe. See who was out.