Black athletes in 1980s, 90s not outspoken, but not silent
Public activism from black superstar athletes became muted as their popularity, salaries rose in the 80s and 90s
South African President Zuma succumbs to pressure, resigns
South African President Jacob Zuma resigns in a televised address to the nation, ending turbulent tenure marred by scandals
Scandals finally catch up with South Africa's Zuma
As scandal after scandal unfolded, South African President Jacob Zuma maintained an affable demeanor in public, rallied his support base and, it is alleged, enabled his corrupt associates. Eventually, he ran out of options.
10 Things to Know for Today
Among 10 Things to Know: Fiscal conservatives lash out at Republican spending binge; Some win, some lose under Medicare drug plan in Trump budget; Israeli army court closes doors on Palestinian teen's trial
Can gene therapy be harnessed to fight the AIDS virus ?
Scientists are trying gene therapy to fight HIV, the virus that causes AIDS
Kenneth Cole steps down as amfAR chairman amid controversy
Fashion designer Kenneth Cole resigns as chairman of the board of the AIDS charity amfAR after more than a dozen years amid Harvey Weinstein controversy
Harvey Weinstein's links to amfAR makes gala complicated
The shadow of Harvey Weinstein has loomed large over red carpets of late and the amfAR gala in New York was no exception.
HIV -infected immigrant fighting deportation to Venezuela, where life-saving medicine is scarce
A hair stylist in Miami says he is being deported to his death. The U.S. government has ordered Ricardo Querales to buy a ticket to his home country of Venezuela in two weeks. But because he is HIV-positive, the 43-year-old gay immigrant, who has been in the United States for 15 years, worries he
GSK cheers investors with asthma drug sales, big dividend
Drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline sank to a fourth-quarter loss of 546 million pounds ($758 million) from a profit of 257 million pounds a year earlier, as it dealt with U.S. tax changes.
Publix reverses, will cover HIV prevention drug for workers
The Southeast's largest supermarket chain says it is changing its employee prescription plan to cover a drug that helps prevent HIV infections, remedying an omission that doctors and gay rights groups said was highly unusual