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Never mind the photographer and the florist for Louisiana’s “Marriage and Conscience Act.” The real stakes are far higher—impacting corporations, hospitals, and families.
They’re the organizers and activists that are key to any Democrat’s presidential hope. And right now, they’re feeling anything but active.
A Tribeca Film Festival documentary offers an intimate glimpse of autistic people in relationships, and how their conditions affect their personal lives.
Soccer prodigy Christian Lucatero could play for either the US or the Mexican team. Which should he choose? It’s easy as—apple pie.
The high-kicking star of the new hit Gershwin musical on how speaking out—and singing out—led to his most fulfilling Broadway role yet.
The public is voting for him in droves, but whether Aydian Dowling becomes a cover star or not he is ‘completely in awe and humbled’ by the support he’s received.
The White House just did a 180 on a controversial bill to let Congress vote on the Iran nuclear deal. It’s a big win for the deal’s critics.
‘Girls’ star Jemima Kirke has released a PSA detailing her abortion experience. But these confessionals don’t advance the pro-choice cause.
It doesn’t matter how “thrifty” almost half of America is. According to one economist, the system has made it almost impossible for them to save any money.
A high-profile moneyman says he wouldn’t have supported the disgraced ex-Congressman if he had known he was bent. Now that donor is suing to get a refund.
Shakespeare’s newly authenticated play, ‘Double Falsehood’, starts with a sexual assault. Did we mention it’s supposed to be a comedy?
Why Clinton is the biggest hypocrite in the race when it comes to ethanol, an expensive, environmentally destructive fuel that benefits Iowa’s powerful corn lobby.
I, for one, welcome our ape overlords.
From a far-fetched head transplant surgery to technology for cooling organs; death-defying medical treatments are billionaires’ new plaything. Why we're obsessed with cheating death.
Her on-stage, enforced kiss with Drake got her critics worked up again. But is Madonna’s behavior that outrageous, or is sexism at play?
According to reports, the pop star was kicked out of the music festival after fighting with security guards. What happened to this new leaf he was supposed to be turning?
Pope Francis appears to be punting on the approval of Laurent Stefanini, France’s gay nominee for ambassador to the Holy See.
The directors of Avengers: Age of Ultron and Guardians of the Galaxy on what they think will happen first: a female standalone superhero movie or a woman in the White House?
Seemingly nice guy goes on an expletive-heavy rant at a crew member.
The Long Island trio discuss funding their first album since 2004 on Kickstarter, their rap legacy, and the importance of staying together as a tight-knit unit.