BlackBerry to release touch-screen smartphone next week?
Openly gay rapper/spoken word artist Kevin "Kaoz" Moore talks coming out professionally: "With spoken word and hip-hop, I never put my sexuality into the equation, but then I realized that the LGBT community was the ones that supported me. I was no longer going to hide."
What happened at Anna Wintour's soirée for Obama?
Inception star Tom Hardy: "Of course I've had sex with men."
Introducing the photography of Gregory Prescott.
HIV meds to cost Global Fund nearly $2 billion yearly.
Will Senate Majority Leader Reid schedule a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" vote before the November elections?
The Root launches its series exploring Cuba's color complex. Cuban-American lesbian journalist Achy Obejas writes "Yes, Virginia, There is Racism in Cuba" and notes: "The government's good intentions—combined with a willful silence on internal conflicts, national pride, a desire to protect a revolution that seemed constantly under siege, and the goodwill, especially from Africans and African Americans, that was inspired by the idea of eliminating racism in Cuba—[makes] it almost impossible to have an open and honest discussion."