Wes Anderson aficionados rejoice: the filmmaker has designed a restaurant in Milan that is, as you might hope, a Wes Anderson set come to life.
Tom Hardy talks past drug use: "I would have sold my mother for a rock of crack."
Madison, Wisconsin Police Office Matthew Kenny, who in March shot and killed 19 year-old Tony Robinson, an unarmed biracial male, will not face charges from the DA. His deadly use of force was deemed lawful.
Anti-gay florist writes op-ed in The Washington Post, gets trolled by commenters.
After its recent elections, the United Kingdom may now have the most gay, lesbian and bisexual legislators of any country in the world.
Meet the new meat on Teen Wolf.
Jonathan Groff reveals the one thing Looking taught straight viewers about gay sex.
Conservative talk radio host Laura Ingraham eviscerates Jeb Bush's defense of the Iraq War: "You can't still think that going into Iraq, now, as a sane human being, was the right thing to do. If you do, there has to be something wrong with you."
Kieron Richardson, out gay star of British TV drama Hollyoaks, talks about his recent nuptials and his baby plans.
Matt Bomer meanwhile brought the dapper factor to the annual TV event.
Fox News gets hot and bothered over a UCSD professor who asked students to get either "physically or emotionally naked" for a final exam on "Performing the Self."
The Washington Post has a flow chart to help you figure out if you have a "Dad Bod."
Scientists have discovered a new state of matter, called 'Jahn-Teller metals': "An international team of scientists has announced the discovery of a new state of matter in a material that appears to be an insulator, superconductor, metal and magnet all rolled into one, saying that it could lead to the development of more effective high-temperature superconductors."
Michael Sam's chances for making an NFL team this year are not looking good.