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New Grand Jury Charges Mean Smollett Could Face 64 Years Behind Bars

TV star Jussie Smollett, who is 36, could spend as much as 64 years in prison. Hours ago court records reveal that a Cook County grand jury has returned a 16-count indictment...

Keith Haring: Artist, AIDS Activist and a Casualty of the Crisis

It took less than 10 years for artist Keith Haring to rise to international fame using little more than outlines and primary colors. He was dead from AIDS complications by age 31....

Tim Gunn Speaks on New Amazon Series and Why He Left the “Runway”

Tim Gunn is ready for takeoff. After co-piloting Project Runway through 16 seasons and two networks, he and co-host Heidi Klum have left the show. And for the past several weeks,...

Actor Jussie Smollett Will Face Charges in His Own Assault

Jussie Smollett, the gay star of TV’s Empire, is not only facing charges he faked his assault on January 29. His scenes won’t appear the final two episodes of the...

LGBT Advocates Drop Lesbian Tennis Legend Martina Navratilova for Transphobia

Athlete Ally, a group promoting LGBTQ inclusivity, has severed ties with lesbian legend and 18-time tennis Grand Slam winner Martina Navratilova. According to the organization,...

Larger Than Life Gay Fashion Icon Karl Lagerfeld Dies at 85

Gay fashion visionary Karl Lagerfeld, whose name became synonymous with late 20th century chic, died earlier today in Paris at 85. Lagerfeld’s passing was announced by...

Meet Pete Buttigieg, the Gay Man Who Wants to Replace Donald Trump as President

Pete Buttigieg wants to be President of the United States, and his exploratory committee is about to become a full-fledged campaign. He hails from the opposite end of the...

AIDS Claimed Closeted Gay Pop Star Dan Hartman at His Peak

Dan Hartman’s creativity as a songwriter spawned hits in the arenas of classic rock, dance and movie soundtracks. And although his music includes some of the most catchy...

Queering the Outdoors with GOATs

Mother Nature doesn’t judge. So why do the outdoors sometimes feel so unfriendly to us queers? “There have been real positive changes for LGBTQ community over the last few...

Virtual and Viral: Josh Robbins Chronicles Living with HIV

When Josh Robbins decided to engage very publicly with the world about his HIV status, it began a journey that would change lives (including his own). Josh Robbins displayed...

Don Lemon, Michael Musto, and More Honored at Metrosource Gala

Last night in midtown Manhattan, Metrosource took its People We Love event live for the first time, with CNN’s Don Lemon, longtime NYC columnist Michael Musto and drag queen...

A Farewell to Aretha Franklin From CNN’s Don Lemon

The world lost a host of luminaries in 2018 — among them magnificent mathematician Stephen Hawking, Marvel mastermind Stan Lee, American patriot (whether or not you agreed with...