The final faceoff between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump reached 71.6 million television viewers, meaning two of the three most-watched presidential debates in history occurred during this campaign.
The annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, a white-tie gala in New York that is often the last time the two presidential nominees share a stage before Election Day, is traditionally a time when campaign hostilities are set aside.
The government is appealing a federal judge's decision to temporarily block an Obama administration directive on bathroom rights for transgender students in public schools nationwide.
The National Park Service will probably uncover more cases of sexual harassment in its workforce of 22,000 employees following a scandal involving demands for sex by male workers from their female colleagues.
Classrooms across the country are taking part in America's Safe Schools Week.
The Republican National Committee will accept the results of the general election even if Donald Trump doesn't.
A Florida man with a penchant for surf and turf dinner found himself in hot water last week when he was caught shoplifting lobster and steak by shoving the food items down his pants.
Federal officials say that more cases of sexually transmitted diseases were reported last year than ever before. And it comes just as state and local health departments are losing funding.
She may be a staunch, no-nonsense judge on "RuPaul's Drag Race" but Michelle Visage showed a softer side this week.
Officials in a New Jersey shore town have agreed to pay a proposed $369,000 settlement with a gay former police officer who filed a discrimination lawsuit.