Frank Ocean debuted his new queer club night PrEP+ in Queens, but many critics accused Ocean of trying to rewrite history and taking funding from PrEP manufacturers for the invite-only event.
A married gay couple from Argentina adopted a baby girl with HIV after the child had been rejected on 10 other occasions.
Rev. Reginald Williams faces grand larceny changes over claims he used money earmarked for charity on fancy dinners and a trips to the Caribbean.
"We will be ending the AIDS epidemic shortly in America, and curing childhood cancer very shortly," Trump told supporters at a Cincinnati rally.
What stories get told? Whose experiences are uplifted? These questions help us identify who is truly valued by society. Whose lives really matter?
While a proven human vaccine for HIV does not yet exist, the researchers hope that their new strategy could boost effectiveness when one is developed.
"It's disgusting that the Trump Administration is sending some men and women in uniform home for the holidays without jobs simply because of their HIV status," said Scott Schoettes, Counsel and HIV Project Director at Lambda Legal.
"God showed me a certain tree and certain people. We have found the cure for HIV and AIDS," Walter Magaya told followers last month.
"If it were up to me, they would all be put up against a wall," the agent said.
The rice could be grown in the countries with the highest rates of infection.
Under obsolete regulation dating back to the 1980s, military personnel living with the virus are considered undeployable.
"We have to do much, much more, to bring men, especially younger men, more fully into the fold," the singer said.
Health and Human Services documents reveal the government's plan to reallocate money to use for unaccompanied minors crossing the border.
An experimental HIV vaccine triggered an immune response in a clinical trial.
Officials said the baby girl died after her lungs "literally exploded from the inside."
Starring Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield, the Pulitzer-winning play tells the story of people coping with the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
Two videos posted to YouTube nearly 10 years ago show a candidate for New Mexico governor, who is running unopposed in the GOP primary, making demeaning remarks.
HIV/AIDS disproportionately affects black women in the U.S.
According to a bombshell New York Times report, Trump made the comments after seeing a list of immigrants who had obtained visas.
This isn't the first time Goop has disseminated questionable information.