Woman Pleads Guilty to Killing Stranger in Supermarket

NEWS | By Patrick Whittle | Oct 8
A woman, who previously identified herself as a transgender man, accused of stabbing a stranger in a Maine supermarket after allegedly planning for a month to attack people at random pleaded guilty to murder Thursday over the objections of her lawyer.

Judge Says Georgia's Gay Marriage Ban Can't Be Enforced

NEWS | Oct 8
A federal judge in Georgia has ruled that the state's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage cannot be enforced.

Alabama Judge: Feds Should Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

NEWS | Oct 8
An Alabama probate judge is asking the state's Supreme Court for a way out of issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

Pennsylvania College Rescinds Degree Awarded to Bill Cosby

NEWS | Oct 8
A university in northeastern Pennsylvania has become the latest school to rescind an honorary degree it granted Bill Cosby.

Vatican Defends Reports of Synod After Pope's Words Disputed

NEWS | Oct 8
The Vatican press office is defending its reporting of a big meeting on family issues after a dispute arose over what Pope Francis told bishops behind closed doors about his hopes for a free and open debate.

Pop Star Selena Gomez has Gotten Chemotherapy to Treat Lupus

Selena Gomez has revealed that she's battling the debilitating immune system disorder lupus.

Andrew Rannells to Temporarily Star in Broadway's 'Hamilton'

ENTERTAINMENT | By Mark Kennedy | Oct 8
Andrew Rannells has a new gig - and it's a royal one.

Charges Dropped Against Kentucky Gay Rights Activists

NEWS | Oct 8
Prosecutors have dismissed charges against three gay rights activists arrested this summer for standing silently in matching orange T-shirts in protest of an event at the Kentucky State Fair.

Melissa Etheridge Sings for Inmates at Ohio Women's Prison

NEWS | Oct 8
A video of female inmates singing one of her songs led to Melissa Etheridge performing with the group at an Ohio prison.

Watch: UK Student Documents Transition With Over 1,400 Selfies

NEWS | Oct 8
A British student documented his transition from female to male by taking a selfie every single day for the last three years.


Cinema Review :: Big Stone Gap

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 9
This film plays out with a wonderful list of colorful characters that at first seem that they are right out of a Robert Altman movie, but you soon realize that they would easily fit into a Christopher Guest farce, too.


VW, With Limited DC Lobbying Footprint, Braces for Congress

By Ronnie Greene and Michael Biesecker | Oct 8
For the first time, Volkswagen Group of America President and CEO Michael Horn will appear before a congressional investigative committee this week. He, and the company, will bring little Washington political clout to the table.


Disaster Plan Developed in Case Fire Reaches Nuclear Waste

By Jim Salter | Oct 9
A 15-year-old Florida boy is recovering from burns after he asked a friend to ignite his clothes in a social media stunt called "the fire challenge."


A Look At Some of the Safety Technologies in New Cars

Oct 8
With automakers offering an increasing array of safety technologies, drivers sometimes find themselves struggling to stay up to speed with the systems in their cars.


Paris Fashion Week: Chanel, Protests & More

By Thomas Adamson | Oct 8
The sky was the limit for Karl Lagerfeld, who re-created an entire airport under Paris' Grand Palais in Chanel's blockbuster aviation-themed show at Paris Fashion Week - just as violent protests by real-life aviation workers were taking place elsewhere.


Adirondacks Rail Bikes: Popular, But Short-Lived?

By Mary Esch | Oct 9
Long-unused and deteriorating railroad tracks in the Adirondacks have been put to use by a new tourist attraction imported from South Korea - pedal-powered rail-riding vehicles called rail bikes.


Gay Days Anaheim 2015 :: Kingdom

Oct 8
After a magical day in Disneyland, thousands packed the Anaheim House of Blues for Kingdom, the biggest party of the weekend. With Kimberly S at the turntables and with a special performance by Well Strung, the night ruled again!