"Eleanor and Hick - The Love Affair That Shaped a First Lady" by Susan Quinn has just been published by Penguin Press.
There is little doubt Albee permanently changed drama by inventing a new language, according to playwright Terence McNally, his partner in the 1960s.
The state of California and the city of San Francisco this week both banned taxpayer-funded travel to states with anti-LGBT laws.
As you enter the dark set - an old library from the 1700s filled with ancient artifacts - at Universal Orlando Resort's new Halloween experience, it's obvious you're in for a creepy time.
A San Francisco man convicted of accidentally choking to death a sex partner in 2011 and then arrested again last year for allegedly starting fires in the Castro district was released after reaching a plea deal.
The mother of a transgender teenage boy who committed suicide after being released early from a children's hospital is suing that hospital for discriminating against her son.
LGBT equality group Planting Peace has completed an LGBT first, after launching a Pride flag 21 miles above the Earth's surface by attaching it to a weather balloon.
Zombies, mummies and monsters galore get in on the action on the return of the spookiest baking competition on Food Network, where seven terrifyingly-talented bakers compete to create the most hauntingly delicious desserts.
New Orleans' newest streetcar line will open Sunday, carrying riders along the edge of the French Quarter and part of an adjacent neighborhood.
A new Ohio law is being viewed as a national model for eliminating zombies - zombie properties, that is.