The National Collegiate Athletic Association suggested that it may not hold championship games in states with anti-trans laws on the books.
Marginalized communities are affected by loss in unique and painful ways. Here's how, plus some resources for coping.
The transportation secretary, who is Christian, offered a message to white evangelicals who don't want to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
As the secretary of defense issued an order to address extremism in the ranks, a well-known white nationalist was receiving combat training courtesy of Uncle Sam, according to an exclusive HuffPost investigation.
The Fox News personality's latest incendiary comments came under the spotlight from the "CNN Tonight" anchor.
Demi Lovato, Matthew Morrison, Heather Morris, Darren Criss and many more got together at the GLAAD Media Awards to pay homage to the late actor.
"I do not remember feeling bad about the suffering I was causing. I was governed by the fear of my secret getting out."
The settlement requires the MSCHF design studio to voluntarily buy back any Satan Shoes and companion â€œJesus Shoes.â€
The 27-year-old said his portrayal of T.K. Strand, a young gay man, on the Fox series was both a personal and professional turning point.
A new version of the groundbreaking LGBTQ series will follow a diverse group of friends in New Orleans.
The Marvel star talked about reinventing her character for "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" and those theories that she's the mysterious Power Broker.
The Fox News personality ran with a suggestion by guest Wilfred Reilly, who cited a rise in people identifying as transgender.
Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green said he was tired of seeing female athletes "complaining" about the lack of pay.
"Carol," â€œDjango Unchainedâ€ and "Snowpiercer" are among the movies departing the streaming platform this month.
The Maroon 5 frontman and his wife Behati Prinsloo marked the start of spring with Dusty Rose, 4, and Gio Grace, 3, in rosy bohemian frocks.
â€œThe hypocrisy and the doublespeak and the shiny objects and the lying continues," lamented the CNN anchor.
Ryan Murphy's FX drama, which depicts the New York ballroom scene of the 1980s and â€™90s, kicks off its third and last season on May 2.
Republicans ignored Gov. Asa Hutchinson's concerns about "vast government overreach."
The former Olympic champion and reality-TV star has reportedly started talking withÂ political consultants about a possible campaign.
The two-time Grammy winner celebrated the success of â€œMontero (Call Me By Your Name)â€ by pledging to "do so much sex tonight.â€
The bill, HB 1570, was passed overwhelmingly by the state legislature â€” which can still override the governorâ€™s veto.
Aaron Sorkinâ€™s â€œThe Trial of the Chicago 7â€ took home the nightâ€™s top award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast at the ceremony.
Chloe Fineman's Britney Spears grills "social pariahs of the week" in another episode of her fictional talk show "Oops, You Did It Again."
Dozens of states have introduced bills to limit medical care to transgender youth or keep trans kids from playing on school sports teams.
After a year without theater, the Tony-nominated actor has many reasons to be optimistic.
"Why not get married, why not fall in love and have all the happiness that everybody else is entitled to?" the CNN anchor asked on the "Tamron Hall Show."
Using racist terms to talk about COVID-19 is part of a long history of discrimination against Asian Americans in the U.S., she told The Guardian.
The 20-year-old activist and author recalled the painful experience of being barred from girls soccer games because she was trans.
The president reiterated his support of the Equality Act, which many see as the LGBTQ rights movementâ€™s top legislative priority.
The singer and activist said she wanted "Pretty One" to conveyÂ â€œa journey about finding yourself, giving your power away, reclaiming it and owning it.â€
The "Basic Instinct" actor opened up about the kinship she shares with the pop star. â€œWomen â€• and, Iâ€™m sure, all of the young stars â€• get handled," she said.
Defense Department officials said Trump-era policies largely banning transgender people from serving in the military will be swept away.