News: Marriage, Zac Efron, Houston, Natasha Richardson, Helsinki

 roadTop Citigroup and Morgan Stanley execs hold discussions to see how they can skirt government rules and keep their fat paychecks.

 roadSanctity: Arrested for choking his wife, while wearing "I [heart] My Marriage" T-shirt.

 roadClergy hold breakfast for legislators in Maine to press for marriage equality.

 roadJustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to undergo chemotherapy.

 roadFormer girlfriend of Jesus Luz, on Madonna: "She is a ridiculous old bag, jumping around on stage at her age."

 roadMan fights for life after assault in Vancouver's gay village.

 roadActress Natasha Richardson critical after skiing accident…UPDATE: Not good.

 roadGuerrilla Gay Bar incident resolved in Houston. Bar: "Due to a miscommunication between management of Union Bar and Lounge
and the door staff, we acknowledge that actions by the door staff
caused an unintended perception of discriminatory actions towards the
gay and lesbian community. We wholeheartedly did not want or intend for this to happen. We
also acknowledge that this unintended action caused hurt and bad
feeling within the gay and lesbian community towards Union Bar and it
staff. We also extend this apology to all of our regular gay and
lesbian customers who may have been hurt by this misunderstanding.”

 roadRihanna rumored to remake Whitney Houston's The Bodyguard with Channing Tatum.

 roadWhite House fountain flows green for St. Patrick's Day

 roadCFDA: Biggest awards in fashion announced

 roadLGBT youth to march in L.A. this Sunday.

 roadSci-Fi channel changing name to SyFy.

 roadNew anti-gay marriage amendment push to begin in Minnesota: "The amendment, which will be sponsored by several legislators, would
give voters the opportunity to define marriage in Minnesota as between
a man and a woman only. The Minnesota Family Council, legislators and other community groups
are scheduled to unveil their plans at a news conference at the Capitol
this morning."

 roadKylie Minogue wiggles it

 roadZac Efron mudwrestles.

 roadMethodist Bishop and gay ally Melvin Wheatley dies at 93: "Wheatley was
known for his sometimes unpopular stances on issues like gay
rights and interfaith tolerance. In 1980, Wheatley publicly
refused to support a statement by fellow Methodist
bishops calling homosexuality 'incompatible with
Christian teaching,' according to the Los Angeles Times."

 roadDetails looks at identical twin gay porn crime duo Keyon and Taleon Goffney

 roadTrial: Rochester-area woman who killed a man after plowing her car into a crowd outside Nasty D's gay bar last summer claims she was just trying to break up a fight.

 roadHelsinki, Finland tries to improve its image as a gay-friendly city to attract tourists.

 roadNancy Pelosi asks Attorney General Eric Holder for help keeping newspapers afloat.