All Blogs / Society & Culture / New


First person: How the Bill Cosby trial was — and wasn't — like some of Hollywood's best legal dramas

A journalist from a big city wakes up in the same one-horse Pennsylvania town every day hoping for something — anything — to be different. ?He trudges off to see men in long black garments make pronouncements, wondering why his life has come to this — wondering why, no matter what he does, the...

More than 200,000 people wait in limbo as the Philippines fights Islamic State's allies in Mindanao

In an evacuation center filled with parents running after scampering children and adults huddled together on mats, Saipoding Mariga stood alone. He spent his days wandering aimlessly, trying to pass time while waiting for word about his wife, Geraldine. She was trapped in their home in the city...

Father of South Pasadena boy missing for two months is arrested on suspicion of murder

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s detectives arrested the father of a 5-year-old boy who has been missing for more than two months on suspicion of murder. The arrest comes after an extensive search for the boy that reached from Santa Barbara and South Pasadena down to Orange County. Officials have not...

The Senate GOP hid the meanest things very deeply in its Obamacare repeal bill. Here they are.

The Affordable Care Act repeal bill unveiled Thursday by Senate Republicans has aptly drawn universal scorn from healthcare experts, hospital and physician groups and advocates for patients and the needy. That’s because the bill is a poorly-disguised massive tax cut for the wealthy, paid for by...

How militants linked to Islamic State took hold of a city in the Philippines

After one month of martial law on an island in the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte hailed it a success in defeating Islamic State-linked groups. But how did extremists gain ground there?

Bigger isn't always better as music's boom and bust era of the super festival becomes more niche

The American live music scene has become a culture of super festivals. Beyond the massively successful Coachella, Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo, the last two decades have seen a tremendous expansion of events that draw thousands of fans and boast multiple stages with city-sized artworks. Now some believe...

Bill Cosby Plays Victim Following Sexual Assault Case

Cosby, accused of drugging and raping 60 women, will teach people how not to get caught committing sexual assault.

The Gay Transformer

7 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

Joao Pedro Rodrigues explores the meaning of queer spiritual life.

Pence at Religious Right Meeting: Trump Is 'Unwavering Ally'

The vice president focused on "religious freedom" and abortion in a speech to Focus on the Family.

Lady Gaga Hikes in Heels, But You Already Knew That

7 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

When you want to enjoy nature at 5 but need to be in cocktail attire by 6.

Russia Warns Travelers to Get Hepatitis Shots During Pride Season

The country with the world's fastest-growing HIV epidemic has declared nations with LGBT celebrations a health risk.

Men Are Rebelling Against Strict Summertime Dress Codes By Wearing Skirts

Men Are Rebelling Against Strict Summertime Dress Codes By Wearing Skirts Men have started protesting work rules requiring them to wear trousers in the sultry summer heat by wearing skirts — but is their protest working? Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

A Federal Court Just Allowed Mississippi’s Hideously Anti-LGBT Law To Go Into Effect

A Federal Court Just Allowed Mississippi’s Hideously Anti-LGBT Law To Go Into Effect Mississippi's HB 1523 has been called the most anti-LGBTQ law in the nation, and now, thanks to a federal appeals court, it's completely legal Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

Alexander Wang & Trojan Want You to 'Protect Your Wang'

8 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

Their Pride partnership is asking you to wrap it before you tap it.

How to Get Republicans to Support Trans Rights

A surprising number of conservatives can be swayed on equality, according to a new survey.

Queer-Themed Films Win Big at the L.A. Film Festival

The lesbian-themed Becks and two trans-themed films were awarded top prizes.

Multifunctional catalyst for poison-resistant hydrogen fuel cells

(Kyushu University, I2CNER) A Kyushu University-led collaboration developed a catalyst that can oxidize both hydrogen and carbon monoxide in fuel cells. As a result, their catalyst is resistant to poisoning by the contaminant carbon monoxide in commercial hydrogen gas, which is a common limitation of current fuel cell catalysts. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC