The "Milk" screenwriter offered his reasons to pause and consider the ongoing stories behind the LGBT nightclub tragedy.
The claim that milk “does the body good” may have more to do with politics than science.
According to Mother Jones food and agriculture correspondent Tom Philpott, co-founder of a center for sustainable food education in North Carolina,...
The president and board of trustees at Pasadena City College thrust their school into the spotlight for all the wrong reasons recently with a political and public relations debacle involving PCC alumnus and Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black.
There's a reason why so many Americans have become lactose intolerant and the proof may be in the milky pudding.
It seems like every time experts claim something is detrimental to your well-being, they have to retract themselves the following day. Here are a few things you'll be delighted to reincorporate into your diet.
Sean Penn isn't known for being a shrinking violet, and he's drawn criticism and applause for taking public political stances on a wide range of topics. However, when Penn registered his displeasure with a photographer in L.A.'s tony Brentwood neighborhood last October, the actor allegedly took things to a physical level -- and now he's facing charges that may land him in jail.
How did Andrew McIntosh go from having thoughts like "How will people remember me after I take this bottle of pills so I can just die and no one will ever know I'm gay?" to being a cheerful, out-of-the-closet lacrosse captain? Things started to turn around for the college athlete, he says, after he saw the movie "Milk."