"It really was a humbling day to marry someone so amazing," the "Queen & Slim" screenwriter said.
“The gay couple are looking after the egg very well," said a zookeeper at the Netherlands' DierenPark Amersfoort.
M. Russell Ballard of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints also said the country's behavior needs to improve.
To mark the release of "Courage," the pop chanteuse also offered a sweet tribute to her husband René Angélil, who died in 2016.
The Los Angeles-based singer hopes his new single is a reminder of "how important it is to thrive in life" despite challenges.
Jordan Steffy of LaPorte, Indiana said the classroom fight was a breaking point. But he wants supporters to direct their anger elsewhere.
Our culture’s preoccupation with gender isn’t healthy and it's holding all of us back.
The Democratic congresswoman from Massachusetts proposed legislation to decriminalize the sex trade as part of her "People’s Justice Guarantee" package.
The rapper said he was proud to see his "Old Town Road" remix with Billy Ray Cyrus bridge "two polar opposite genres."
He's never tried a case. He condemned women's rights and diversity. He refused to answer senators' questions. Republicans confirmed him anyway.
In the debut episode of "Now You Know," narrator Wanda Sykes pays special tribute to Stonewall pioneer Marsha P. Johnson and more.
Phillip Todd Wilson, 54, faces 17 charges of child pornography possession and distribution.
The soccer star celebrated the former 49ers quarterback as "a person filled with conviction, unafraid of the consequences."
The Kelsey Grammer-led series set the stage for "Will & Grace" in its nuanced take on queer issues, writer Matt Baume notes.
Pissi Myles said she was "flipping my wig over the high-energy proceedings" in Washington, D.C., Wednesday.
Magali Rodriguez’s parents say they were in the dark about counseling sessions their daughter allegedly attended at the Los Angeles area high school.
The "Walking Dead" star croons the 1992 hit "Como la Flor" in a trailer for "Selena: The Series," due out in 2020.
Talking to Ellen DeGeneres, the "Big Little Lies" star said she was "really grateful" to West, who wore a T-shirt with her face on it earlier this year.
Actor Frankie A. Rodriguez hopes his new role reminds LGBTQ youth that they're “no different than everybody else.”