Since it debuted in 2008, Google Chrome has quickly risen to be the most popular web browser in the world, beating out Firefox and Internet Explorer. But that doesn't mean you can't make it better. There
On the third-floor corridor of the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, in a battered metal locker, archaeologist Alison Brooks has filed away two small cardboard boxes. Each contains several
The United Nations has decided to recognise the gay marriages of all its staffers, UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon announced on Monday. Previously, the United Nations only recognised the unions of employees
The legislation, or the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act, would prohibit discrimination on the basis of gender identity and expression in New York, but must now be approved by the state Senate.
David Cameron has welcomed Britain's first gay marriages by claiming the coalition has honoured Britain's "proud traditions of respect, tolerance and equal worth" in changing the law. As the Marriage Sex)
This week Kentucky was on the brink of recognizing same-sex marriages performed in other states as legal. That is, right up until Wednesday, when the same federal judge who thunderously struck down the
Previously on Kickstarter and finally available for order, the Impossible Lab is an analog gadget that lets you print Polaroids from your iPhone. It’s brilliant. Here’s why. There are plenty of ways to
What insurers offer to spouses in a traditional marriage, they must make available to same-sex couples, the federal government said Friday. The change means that same-sex couples, who haven't been able
Dozens of same-sex marriages to be annulled after court finds federal parliament should have final say on the matter. Australia's highest court has struck down a landmark law that allowed the country's
First there was surprise, then shock, then anger. By nightfall thousands across India had taken to the streets in spontaneous protests against an unexpected supreme court decision on Wednesday reversing
Gay rights activists sang songs and carried rainbow-coloured flags while marching to the beat of drums on Sunday, as they paraded through India's capital to demand an end to the stigmatisation of gay in
The Hawaii Senate voted in favor of an amended marriage equality bill, sending the measure to Gov. Neil Abercrombie. Marriages will begin Dec. 2. Update -- President Obama says "freedom and equality affirmed."
The intensifying reaction against Russia's treatment of the LGBT community is beginning to bear on the International Olympic Committee's financial backers, which include some of America's largest corporations.
The U.S. Department of Defense is set to announce Wednesday that same-sex spouses of military service members will become eligible for a range of federal benefits as early as September, a senior official
The case for gay rights and avoiding Russia: ‘If you’re going to boycott Russia, please don’t do it quietly’
I am a long-time Russophile. As a child, I yearned to play the violin part of Prokofiev's exuberant Peter and the Wolf (an ambition I never came anywhere near achieving). But if I was a lazy violin student,