Fort Lauderdale hosted the Fifth Annual Transgender Medical Symposium from May 14 to May 15, 2015. This three-part series recaps some of the major issues the symposium addressed.
ManCrunch claims phishing will not happen on its new platform, touting the app's ability to curb profile "surprises" while connecting users to the global market.
More pets go missing over the Fourth of July weekend than any other time of year, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Many seasoned animal lovers know to keep their dogs inside, but many pets are still running away.
Less than a month after edging out Brazil, California has slipped back to its ranking as the eighth-largest economy in the world based off an update of global economic data released.
Medicare proposed to ease a coverage policy on short hospital stays that has been criticized because it can result in higher costs for seniors.
A robot has killed a contractor at one of Volkswagen's production plants in Germany, the automaker said.
Automakers released June U.S. sales figures Wednesday. These are the top sellers, the number sold and the percent change from June 2014.
If you think Canada merely summons the image of bushy-bearded lumbersexuals hewing cords of wood, flannels flying, think again. Toronto's style-makers will prove you wrong.
Whether you're taking a personal holiday or a business trip, make sure your cyber security best practices are coming along for the ride.
South African pop sensation, Toya Delazy, gives a sneak peek of her latest album "Ascension."
A new study from the Family Acceptance Project shows that the role of family, peers and community support make a difference in overall adjustment and well-being.
This sure-to-be-controversial "Frontline" episode explores the transgender phenomenon as younger people than ever (and their parents) now experience it: A frontier of possibilities and unknowns.
Big-time donors to a nonprofit educational group founded by Jeb Bush, disclosed for the first time, highlight the intersection between Bush's roles in the worlds of business, policy and politics years before he began running for president.
Call it armchair activism. Call it a mark of a shifting tide in public opinion. The rainbows are the latest sign of the important place social media has taken in our lives, when it comes to self-expression, politics and privacy.
The average sales price of a Manhattan apartment has eclipsed $1.8 million - a new high.
The CEO of IndyCar said that the series went too far with the rules package for last weekend's race at California, where many drivers sharply criticized what they said was dangerous pack racing.
Marc Jacobs is silencing haters with his response about accidentally posting a nude on Instagram.
A giant glitter-ejaculating penis that is being used as part of a public service announcement to promote safe-sex is causing a stir in Norway where the PSA is being broadcast.
The White House says visitors can now take photos or use social media during public tours of the building.
According to event organizer Panzi, the 40th annual "Invasion of the Pines" will go on as scheduled - no thanks to Ian Reisner. PJ McAteer notes that as always, for all in drag, the drinks will be on the house.