On December 1, 2014, the world mourns, unites, and creates new hope for the end of AIDS.
But for this to be realized, more work must be done, the president said today.
The death of one friend and the suffering of another was a major wake-up call for this writer. It should be one for you too.
One young gay couple inspires David Furnish on World AIDS Day.
The "Diamonds" singer spoke to The Advocate about her role model in HIV activism and her support of a new film, It's Not Over, that will educate young people about the virus.
On World AIDS Day 2014, we look back at inspiring images from last year.
Here are 30 great guys who HIV Plus magazine named to its annual list of men who are reinventing what it means to be HIV-positive.
Finding out you're HIV-positive might be scary, but with the proper knowledge, it doesn't have to be.
Slut-shaming, forced jailing, Vladimir Putin, and PrEP are just a few of the topics our op-eds hit this year when it comes to HIV.
Potential cures were touted in soy sauce and tobacco, AIDS researchers died in a plane crash, and a seventh grader uncovered a mystery that has been killing people with AIDS in California for two decades.