A transgender woman of color was shot and killed in the Chicago neighborhood of Englewood Tuesday morning, police told local news station WLS-TV.
Bill Paxton, star of movies like "Twister," "Titanic" and "Aliens," died over the weekend due to complications from surgery. He was 61.
The Human Rights Campaign reportedly took aim at closeted Republican men who attended this year's Conservative Political Action Conference by releasing an ad on the gay hookup app, Grindr.
A float crashed during Rio de Janeiro's world famous Carnival parade Sunday evening and injured at least 20 people, including three people reported in serious condition, but organizers proceeded with the show.
The Memphis home where soul music legend Aretha Franklin was born may get some love from the DIY Network, officials in charge of fixing up the crumbling structure said last week.
Six-year-old Tommy Morrissey was born with one arm, but he's still the envy of professional golfers.
Uber promises an "urgent investigation" into sexual harassment claims made by a former employee in a blog post.
CBS's new legal drama "Doubt," starring Katherine Heigl and Lavern Cox, was canceled over the weekend after airing just two episodes.
New Orleans tourism and community organizations partner to show spirit of welcome and message that the city is welcome to all
For 82 years, global accounting and consulting firm PwC has enjoyed a reputational boon from handling the balloting process at the Academy Awards.