Congress approved sweeping changes to surveillance laws enacted after the Sept. 11 attacks, eliminating the National Security Agency's disputed bulk phone-records collection program and replacing it with a more restrictive measure.
Intel is buying chip designer Altera for about $16.7 billion in cash to expand its reach into new chip markets that are powering the wireless revolution, smarter cars and more.
A vast trove of Medicare billing data for 2013 has been released by the Department of Health and Human Services. In the age of big data the more than $600 billion that taxpayers spend annually on the program is getting closer scrutiny than ever.
Kris Jenner on Marriage to Caitlyn: 'It was the Most Passive-Aggressive Things I've Ever Experienced'
Kris Jenner opens up about her relationship with Caitlyn Jenner in the Vanity Fair cover story.
Of the many hats he wears David Au prefers directing. The writer, producer & editor of the new LGBT comedy "Eat With Me" (a fave on the film fest circuit out on DVD this week) talks about the film's multi-cultural themes.
Moroccan authorities on Tuesday arrested and then expelled two French activists for appearing topless at a historic site in the capital protesting the treatment of gays.
Suede is one of the most in-demand LGBT performers, be it in such resorts as Ogunquit, cities like Boston or NYC, or on an Olivia Cruise. EDGE caught up with the singer as she prepares for her upcoming engagement at Boston's Scullers Jazz Club.
A Chattanooga television station won't run an advertisement in support of gay marriage.
A North Carolina man who worked as a Santa Claus at a local mall was arrested Saturday on child pornography charges.
The French government is expecting the Vatican to decide within days whether to approve the nomination of a respected diplomat who is said to be gay as French ambassador to the Holy See.
The U.N. human rights chief said in a new report that lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people are victims of "pervasive, violent abuse, harassment and discrimination" in all regions of the world and cites hundreds of hate-related killings.
About a third of Americans adults say they regularly feel fatigued. Dr. Holly Phillips joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her new plan aimed at helping restore energy. She explains it all in her new book "The Exhaustion Breakthrough."
Web extra: Jerry Seinfeld, host of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," describes what comics have in common with one another and what sets them apart from other people. Anthony Mason reports.
Tweet this: Millions of viewers were firing off those 140-character texts while they watched TV in the season just past. And there were plenty of people reading them.
Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates rose this week to their highest level so far this year as new data showed strength in the housing market.
Representatives of Uber and Lyft warned Thursday that a New York City effort to regulate app-based ride-hailing services will stall innovation and threaten competition.
Farm-to-table restaurants are popping up all over the country. Now, a pioneer is looking beyond her relentless mission to open the nation's first certified organic restaurant. Chip Reid shows us how Nora Pouillon wants to add to her already full plate.
San Francisco lawmakers are taking another stab at curbing soda consumption seven months after local voters rejected taxing sugary drinks in the name of public health.
The South African wildlife park where a lion killed an American woman has remained open and is "operating as usual," a park official said Tuesday.
Weekends are made for fun in Key West and this was no exception. Pool parties at the Island House, Tea Dance at La Te Da and Kamp Key West from the Key West Business Guild. All of this meant that there was no shortage of fun.