Tesla Motors is updating its Model S electric car to help ease drivers' worries about running out of battery charge - and is hinting that in the future drivers can take their hands off the wheel altogether.
Federal aviation officials, battered by complaints that bureaucratic hurdles are preventing industry from realizing the economic benefits of drones, announced they are streamlining rules to expedite permits to fly small, commercial unmanned aircraft.
"Looking" fans are clamoring on social media, urging HBO execs to bring back the dramedy about three gay men looking for love in San Francisco just hours after the cable network announced the program would not return for a third season.
A grand manor will close its doors to its millions of weekly guests after "Downton Abbey" concludes next year.
Sam Taylor-Johnson will not be returning to direct the sequels to "Fifty Shades of Grey," she announced Wednesday night.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Thursday he would sign into law a religious protection measure that opponents have said amounts to a license to discriminate against gays and lesbians in the state.
NCAA President Mark Emmert says the association is concerned about an Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gay people.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Thursday signed into law a religious objections bill that some convention organizers and business leaders have opposed amid concern it could allow discrimination against gay people.
A Michigan woman who had her membership revoked from a Planet Fitness because she refused to stop complaining about the facility's pro-transgender policy, is now taking matters in her own hands and is suing the gym.
Dick Francis appealed to Texas lawmakers ten years ago to vote against a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. Legislators - and voters statewide - approved the amendment in 2005.
Where does One Direction go after Zayn Malik said Wednesday he is leaving the chart-topping British boy band "to be a normal 22-year-old who is able to relax and have some private time out of the spotlight."
The DVD/VOD release of "Into the Woods" offers another take on the Cinderella story. EDGE spoke to actors Anna Kendrick (Cinderella) and Chris Pine (The Prince) about their roles in the hit film.
One of the Chorus's signature series events for this year, a concert of feel-good classic tunes called "Let Music Live!," will be presented at Sunshine Cathedral on Friday, March 27 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, March 28 at 8 pm.
"Mad Men" star Jon Hamm recently completed treatment for alcohol addiction, his spokeswoman said.
Organizers of a major gamers' convention and a large church gathering say they're considering moving events from Indianapolis over a bill that critics say could legalize discrimination against gays.
Country Living magazine announced that the annual "Country Living Fair" will expand to Nashville, TN in 2015. The fair will take place on April 24-26 and is expected to draw more than 20,000 visitors from across the country.
The nonsensical plot, overly cloying dialogue, and lack of any kind of supplemental feature render this Anchor Bay Blu-ray to a non-recommendation.
Google has hired Morgan Stanley's chief financial officer, Ruth Porat, as its CFO, at a time when Silicon Valley is under fire for hiring and promoting too few women.
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Brian Vickers will be sidelined for at least three months while the NASCAR driver is taking blood thinners to treat clots in his lungs.
While spring seems to be inching its way forward slower at a snail's pace, that doesn't mean we can't act as if it's 80 degrees and sunny. EDGE has scoured the country for a preview of our favorite sun-inspired cocktails.
A new report by The Foundation for AIDS Research concludes that the impact of HIV on Black gay men is the 'greatest' failure in the United States' response to AIDS.
Although many may associate Houston with oil and gas, everything from its tourist attractions to its sports teams are keeping Mother Nature top-of-mind.
Cocktail contests. Bare bears and "Into the Woods." Where there's smoke, there's fire... and around here, it's getting HOT!