Former U.S. president Bill Clinton and other dignitaries will speak during AIDS 2014.
Moms & Babies
Fortunata Kasege, an HIV-positive mother, on having her second HIV-negative child.
Targeting People with HIV
Fingerprinting people with HIV is proposed in Russia.
Advocates seek national AIDS strategy in Canada.
U.S.-funded HIV clinic gets raided by police in Uganda.
Success at a Crossroads
The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief 10 years later.
Time to Tip
What needs to happen now to end the AIDS pandemic.
Deborah Birx, MD, has been confirmed as U.S. global AIDS coordinator.
Paul Semugoma on why he continues to fight for LGBTs and HIV-positive people in Africa.
Thanks for Nothing
Most foreign study volunteers shut out of PrEP's success.
Health Care Is a Human Right
Ryan Lewis and his HIV-positive mother have launched the 30/30 Project.
The Global Fund seeks to reach 3 million people living with tuberculosis.
Kenya still has the fourth-largest HIV epidemic in the world.
R.I.P. Nelson Mandela
The former South African president supported HIV/AIDS causes.
The late South African activist Simon Nkoli is an LGBT History Month honoree.
Fire in the Blood
Dylan Mohan Gray warns that the global fight for access to low-cost HIV drugs isn't over.
Updates from the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia.
The HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Global efforts to advance the rights and health of those most vulnerable.
HIV bites into health-related quality of life in the United Kingdom.
New roles at the International Community of Women Living with HIV.
LGBT people with HIV in Uganda face life in prison.
The Treatment Action Group organizes the first hepatitis C world meeting.
$2M for Youth
UNAIDS gets $2M for HIV treatment for youth.
A New PATH
Grant Colfax joins the international nonprofit Program for Appropriate Technology in Health.