Pentagon acknowledges surveillance of gay groups that oppose the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy.
NASA plans new trip to the moon to search for water. Collision of spacecraft will be visible on Earth through a telescope. Of course, this is what they’re saying. Bush may just be making a pre-emptive strike to stop those moonmen from acquiring a weapon.
Anderson Cooper: most stalked anchor.
Switzerland offering beefcake for the World Cup.
Here! TV to run United Church of Christ’s “ejector seat” ad that LOGO (viacom) and other networks rejected, free of charge. Senior veep: “We will not allow our community’s interaction with various religious groups to be defined by those who do not include us in their houses of worship, but rather by those who welcome us as part of their respective congregations. We strongly support all faith-based organizations that use their teachings to bring people together, not to divide with fear and prejudice.”
Due for sentencing on April 25th, Survivor winner Richard Hatch in protective custody away from other inmates at Plymouth House of Correction. Hatch: “I’d just hate for someone to think these are pleasant conditions.”