The Environmental Protection Agency's fight to clean up water pollution got a splash of pop culture, thanks to an Internet flub involving reality TV star Kim Kardashian.
Companies that insure Detroit's bonds are repeating their pledge to aggressively challenge the city's plan to get out of bankruptcy. Results released Monday night show city workers and retirees voted in favor of pension cuts.
The adult daughters of an immortal family of lady witches realize their talents when an evil shape-shifter enters their lives. Ingrid and Freya learn that their mother, Joanna Beauchamp, and aunt, Wendy, have been keeping the family secret from them.
After "Breaking Bad" became a television phenomenon, audiences looked to the FX network for its next compelling offering. Packed with suspense, "The Bridge" may be able to fill the void that opened after Walter White left us.
A lonely New York accountant's world turns upside down when his favorite albeit fictitious porn star shows up on his doorstep in David Pratt's howlingly funny, heartfelt novel.
A federal judge in Denver has declared Colorado's gay marriage ban unconstitutional, but he issued a temporary stay of the ruling until an appeals court hearing next month.
Headed to Comic-Con this weekend? EDGE's Comic-Con guru Kevin Taft offers a guide as to what to catch over this major entertainment event (with a focus on LGBT content).
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida says supporters of gay marriage often show "intolerance" toward people like him who support heterosexual marriages.
More than 120 LGBT activists, bloggers, organizations, funders, and journalists from across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico gathered in Detroit this past week for a day-long discussion about the future of the LGBT movement.
A court in Saudi Arabia recently sentenced a gay man to three years in prison and 450 lashings for using Twitter to attempt to meet another man.