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EDGE looks at who will win the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress awards at this Sunday's ceremony.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a directive to the State Education Department that school districts around New York must protect transgender students.
Bills to curtail transgender people's access to public restrooms are pending in a dozen states, but even in conservative bastions such as Texas and Arkansas they may be doomed by high-powered opposition.
Beyonce, who is pregnant with twins, will not perform at Coachella this year, but will headline the festival in 2018.
Gov. Mark Dayton blasted Trump's administration for reversing federal guidance that allowed transgender students to use the bathrooms and locker rooms of their choice, urging Minnesota schools to continue operating under the previous directive.
Jimmy Kimmel says he never really wanted to host the Academy Awards.
Rihanna has been named the 2017 Harvard University Humanitarian of the Year.
In recognition of American Heart Month in February, Dr. Chad Larson looks at some largely unknown facts about heart disease and its indirect link to autoimmune disease.
The lesbian movie-musical "Liberty's Secret" has finally been released, and after playing several queer film festivals is now available on Amazon Instant Video in the U.S. and VimeoOnDemand worldwide.
"When We Rise," airing Feb. 27 on ABC, is an ambitious but flawed miniseries from out Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black ("Milk") about 40 years of the LGBTQ movement.
Essence Vegas is leading the charge to help local Girl Scout Troop 679 reach their cookie goals by purchasing the remaining cookies -- approximately 150 boxes -- to help the troop reach their goal of 400 boxes sold.
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The tale of how J.M. Barrie came to write his seminal "Peter Pan" is an enchanting delight full of charming performances, beautiful sets, and memorable songs.
Actress Marlee Matlin Honored with Morton E. Ruderman Award for Lifelong Activism for People with Disabilities
Thirty years after Marlee Matlin was first deaf actor to win a major Oscar, Boston's Ruderman Family Foundation honors her with annual award of $100,000.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday sided with California-based Life Technologies Corp. in a patent infringement case that limits the international reach of U.S. patent laws.
Amazon is resisting an effort by Arkansas prosecutors to obtain potential recordings from a slaying suspect's Amazon Echo smart speaker, saying authorities haven't established that their investigation is more important than a customer's privacy rights.
Grey Gardens, the Hamptons home once owned by eccentric relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, is for sale. It was featured in a documentary, HBO movie and Broadway musical.
Great Wall is part of a cadre of small but ambitious independent Chinese automakers that grew in the shadow of state-owned giants such as Shanghai Automotive Industries Corp., which assembles vehicles for General Motors Co. and Volkswagen.
Indochino, the world's largest made to measure suiting brand, has announced the launch of Fit Method, a new program that aims to further perfect the style and fit of every suit.
The World AIDS Museum and Educational Center (WAM) announces the opening on March 8 of a major new exhibit, "AIDS Crisis in America: 30 Years of ACT UP - A Convergence of Disease, Art and Human Resilience."
Japan is turning to those hooded samurai-era acrobatic spies known as ninja to woo tourism.
From legendary soul singers to indie pop bands, NYC Pride announces a new 3-day cultural experience featuring Patti LaBelle, Tegan and Sara, and Years & Years taking place from Friday, June 23 to Sunday, June 25, 2017 at Pier 26.