The FDA Is Cool With Gay Men Donating Blood -- But With One Major Caveat

Noting that while the proposed policy was a “step in the right direction,” David Stacy, the government director of the Human Rights Campaign said in a statement that it, “falls far short of a fully acceptable solution because it continues to stigmatize gay and bisexual men.”

OMG There Are Kittens Everywhere -- What Are We Going To Do?

Hannah Shaw of Alley Cat Allies talks about how to protect and find homes for kittens this season.

14 Things You Should Know About Mike Huckabee, Who Just Announced He’s Running For President

Mike Huckabee is a former governor of Arkansas who's announced his plans to run for president.

SCOTUS Has Heard The Case For Marriage Equality -- Here's What To Expect Next

Chase Strangio from the ACLU explains what happened in the Supreme Court last week and when we can expect a ruling on marriage equality.

Here's What You Can Do To Help The Animals Of Nepal Recover From The Earthquake

Rahul Sehgal of the Humane Society International talks about how to help animals impacted by the earthquake in Nepal.

Baltimore Councilman Says Concentrating On Violent Protestors Is Not The Solution

In the wake of protests, Baltimore Councilman Nick Mosby wants us to look at the issues facing urban America.

When The Supreme Court Votes On Marriage Equality, This Family Will Be Defined By The Law

On Tuesday, April 28, the Supreme Court will hear a new marriage equality case that focuses on couples from Kentucky, Michigan, Tennessee and Ohio, and has the potential of legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide. The Johnson-Campion family, with the help of the ACLU, is representing Kentucky, and they want the world to know they’re a family like any other and they deserve the same rights.

For These Black Ballet Dancers, Breaking Down Bias Is Part Of The Routine

Look Different looks at the lives of black ballet dancers.

200 Pieces Of Hate Mail A Day Is Just Part Of The Job For Many Climate Scientists

To learn more about the difficulties climate scientists face, MTV News spoke with Dr. Oreskes; Dr. Michael Mann, a climate scientist and author of “The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars;” and Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, a climate scientist who starred in the eco-documentary “Years of Living Dangerously” with Ian Somerhalder.

The Star Of ‘Unfriended’ Is Only Afraid Of One Thing: Running Out Of Blood

"Unfriended" star Heather Sossaman talks about Music Saves Lives and cyberbullying.

One Year After #BringBackOurGirls, Why Are They Still Missing?

Obiageli Ezekwesili, the former Federal Minister of Education and Vice-President of the World Bank's Africa division and the creator of the #BringBackOurGirls campaign, speaks to MTV News about the one year anniversary of the kidnapping.

60% Of HIV+ Young People Don't Know They're Infected - What Are We Doing Wrong?

This Friday is National Youth HIV & AIDS Day, a time to start dialogue, spread awareness, and get involved in the fight against HIV and AIDS. While there have been many gains against this disease in recent years, the truth is, it is still effecting young people at rapid rates.

Jury Reaches Verdict In Boston Marathon Bomber Case

The jury of the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial have found him guilty.

So This California Drought Thing Is Pretty Serious --- Here's What You Need To Know

Two scientists tell MTV News about the realities of the California drought and how it will affect people across the country.

We Were There When Students In Indiana Rallied Against The Religious Freedom Law

On March 26, Indiana’s Governor Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which has the potential to let businesses deny LGBT patrons, among other minority groups. Since then, everyone from Apple’s Tim Cook, to NASCAR, Walmart, and even Satanists have expressed both surprise and disappointment over this controversial new law. And as soon as they could, students at Valparaiso University in northwest Indiana, began planning their own response.

Can You Imagine A World Where You Never Had To Do Homework Ever Again?

Recently P.S. 116, an elementary school in NYC, decided to stop giving out homework all together, based on studies that say homework isn’t very helpful for students. While the school has received both praise and criticism for this, they could be on to something.

We Couldn't Believe Indiana's Religious Freedom Act Was Real, So We Had A Law Professor Explain It To Us

Indiana has passed a new religious freedom law that allows discrimination against LGBT people and other minorities.

Debby Ryan Tells MTV News About The Abusive Relationship That Inspired Her To Help Others

It can be scary to talk about abusive relationships, which is why it was so powerful when Debby Ryan recently revealed to the public that she herself had been in one. Now she’s speaking up and helping others, and she’s also bringing attention to a type of abusive relationship we tend not to think about: the relationship between friends.

Seth Rogen Has A Very Important Update About Something (Not So) Hilarious

Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller updated us on what's going on with their college-based Alzheimer's awareness campaign, Hilarity for Charity U.

Break Out Your Uncle Sam Costume, It's Officially Democracy Day

“When you turn 18, there are so many issues you now get to have a say in by voting -- the economy, the environment, marriage equality, criminal justice, immigration to name a few,” says Ashley Spillane of Rock The Vote, proving why Democracy Day should matter to everyone.

So, How Did That High Schooler Who Interviewed Obama Turn His Life Around? We Got The Exclusive

Noah McQueen talks about his experience interviewing President Obama, and what got him there in the first place.

This Brave Survivor Explains Why We Need To Say NO MORE To Dating Abuse

Dating abuse survivor Danielle Helwig talks about the importance of NO MORE Week.

The Internet Can't Tell The Difference Between Porn And Sex Ed, And That's Kind Of A Problem

Amber Madison has started a petition, asking social media platforms to allow information on sex ed.

When This Woman's Family Wouldn't Accept Her Sexuality, She Asked Nev Schulman And Angel Haze For Help

Briyonza calls on the help of Nev Schulman and Angel Haze to help her reach a truce with her family over her bisexuality.