Those report-card As could be worth thousands of dollars at one private college.
It was an elaborate ruse that involved fake IDs, air travel and lots of money. If only such effort was applied to actually studying.
Last year’s U.S. Census was the first time gay respondents could report themselves as married to a same-sex husband or wife.
The ancient, fragile pieces of parchment containing the oldest known Bible text are no longer restricted to the scrutiny of glove-wearing museum curators and magnifying-glass-wielding archaeologists.
Lady Gaga dedicated a song to Jamey Rodemeyer, the gay teen who committed suicide last week, at the iHeartRadio Festival.
Convicted murderer Lawrence Russell Brewer’s lavish dinner order before his execution on Wednesday prompted Senator John Whitmire to call for an end to the “inappropriate” practice.
Christopher Cristwell was axed by the coffee giant after he penned and performed a song that mocked the customers he had to put up with.
When 19-year-old Tim Stroh first saw the alligator in the St. Lucie Canal, he wasn’t impressed, thinking it was “just” a nine-footer.
Officials said trees falling on two separate power lines were the likely cause of Texas’ massive wildfire that resulted in two deaths and the destruction of more than 1,500 homes.
To mark the Peace Corps’ 50th anniversary, Civic Enterprises and the National Peace Corps Association commissioned an independent survey of past volunteers to find out what their experiences were like and what they think their …
You’ll barely feel it — unless you’re a postal worker.
When American Apparel recently introduced a new line of XL clothing, the company launched its “Next BIG Thing” contest to find “booty-ful” models. They probably didn’t expect someone like Nancy Upton to spoil their fun by mocking …