Andrew Haigh, the director behind HBO's now-canceled dramedy "Looking," has found his next project: A biopic about the late fashion designer, Alexander McQueen.
Officials from Nintendo confirmed Wednesday they removed a plot line from a new video game that includes a "gay conversion," which involves a male character drugging a lesbian's drink thinking it ostensibly changes her sexual orientation.
"For the record, I was merely sharing an experience I had in the hope it would draw attention to how ridiculous it is to be racist in 2016."
President Vladimir Putin probably approved a plan by Russia's FSB security service to kill a former agent-turned-Kremlin critic who died after drinking tea laced with radioactive poison, a British judge said Thursday.
A popular and openly gay British politician, who happens to be the uncle of actress Emily Blunt, is getting vocal about being a poppers enthusiast in order to block a proposed bill that would ban the sex-enhancement drug.
Go east... Far East! EDGE's 2016 bucket list continues with our fifth installment: Shanghai, China.
Former U.S. Marine Amir Hekmati recounted Tuesday how disbelief turned to joy when he and three fellow Americans realized that they were being released as part of a deal with Iran and reunited with their families after spending years in Iranian prison.
The Islamic militant group ISIS is taking responsibility for the execution of another man accused of being gay.
Even under extended police questioning, Samy Amimour never hid his disdain for France, his desire to leave, or his belief that the apocalypse was near.
A lack of diversity in films and television is not just an American problem, according to actor Idris Elba.