A Georgia high school student government president is suing his school after faculty members fired him from his position after he tried to make his prom more LGBT-inclusive.
Attorneys David Boies and Ted Olson, who successfully challenged California’s ban on same-sex marriage, are now urging the MPAA to lower the R rating for the documentary Bully.
A week after he was convicted on multiple counts relating to the suicide of Rutgers University dorm roommate, Dharun Ravi is planning his appeal of the Web spying case that drew national attention, he said in his first interview with the New Jersey Star-Ledger.
Alfonso Garcia and Brian Willingham are set to be in immigration court this afternoon, hoping to prevent Garcia’s deportation due to his undocumented status, discovered during a routine traffic stop.
As Republican presidential hopefuls try to outdo one another on religious rhetoric, a new poll finds that puts off an increasing number of voters — with a notable exception among Rick Santorum’s supporters.
In January, ExxonMobil wrote to the SEC to argue that the company’s employment policies already conformed.
The comedian cites controversies involving Tracy Morgan and Kirk Cameron as examples of Americans being too sensitive to offensive speech.
Entertainer Ricky Martin poses with his longtime partner, stockbroker Carlos Gonzalez Abella, and twin sons Matteo and Valentino for a photo shoot for Vanity Fair.
Musician Chely Wright says when she came out as lesbian two years ago only three of her fellow country performers showed their support publicly.