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New App Lets You Monitor Your Elderly Parents in Their Own Home

By EDGE | Feb 10
The new app HeyMomDad lets you keep your elderly parents in their own home, while seeing and hearing in real time that they are safe.

Carly Fiorina Ends 2016 Republican Bid for President

By Catherine Lucey | Feb 10
Former technology executive Carly Fiorina exited the 2016 Republican presidential race Wednesday, after winning praise for her debate prowess but struggling to build a winning coalition in a crowded GOP field.

Alan Cumming :: Smart, Silly, Sexy, and Just A Little Bit 'Sappy'

By Joel Martens | Feb 10
No grass grows under Alan Cumming's feet -- there isn't time. In fact, I'm betting there is a trail of glorious flames.

Loves Bounty: Shared Experiences

By Billy Nordmeier | Feb 10
This year, Valentine's Day will take on an extra special significance. It is the first Valentine's Day since the landmark LGBT marriage ruling by the Supreme Court, a major victory for Human Rights -- and lovebirds of a same-sex feather.

HBO Now Has 800,000 Paying Subscribers Since April Launch

Feb 10
HBO Now has gained about 800,000 paying subscribers since it launched on Apple TV in April, contributing significantly to the 2.7 million net new HBO customers last year.

OutQ is Reportedly Out of Business: Sirius XM Axes Gay Channel

Feb 10
Michael Musto of OUT is reporting that after nearly 13 years, Sirius OutQ, the first all-LGBT radio station, will be calling it quits after Friday.

AP Source: Christie Expected to End 2016 White House BId

By Jill Colvin | Feb 10
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is expected to drop out of the 2016 race for the White House after finishing sixth in the New Hampshire primary.

Ind. Lawmakers to Take Up Bill Recognizing Hate Crimes

By Aric Chokey | Feb 10
Indiana is one of five states without hate crime laws, but that could soon change under a bill advancing in the Legislature.

Johns Hopkins Approved for HIV-Positive Organ Transplants

Feb 10
Johns Hopkins Medicine has recently received approval to perform organ transplants between HIV-positive donors and recipients.

AHF Screens Groundbreaking HIV/AIDS Documentary 'Wilhemina's War'

By EDGE | Feb 10
As part of Black History Month, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is proud to support the Pan African Film Festival's screening in Los Angeles of the groundbreaking HIV/AIDS documentary film 'Wilhemina's War' on Friday, February 12.

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