News: Daniel O'Donnell, Up, David Geffen, Twitter, Amazing Race
Rhode Island House Judiciary Committee to hear same-sex marriage bills tomorrow.
NYT profiles New York Assemblyman Daniel O'Donnell and the battle for marriage equality.
Guess who's losing their house now?
Jim Carrey-Ewan McGregor prison romance I Love You Phillip Morris gets distributor, to open on Valentine's Day.
Rihanna and Lady GaGa team up for new track - listen.
Is my marriage gay?
ACLU pushes for marriage equality nationwide.
Gay adult print world suffers hit.
David Geffen wants to buy the New York Times: "Mr Geffen, a co-founder of DreamWorks SKG, made an offer in the past two months for the 19.8 per cent stake in the New York Times Company held by Harbinger Capital Partners, the activist US hedge fund controlled by Philip Falcone. His offer was rebuffed, two people familiar with its details said. One of these said the offer was made at the prevailing market price but Harbinger wanted a premium, adding that Mr Geffen remained interested in owning the company and would be 'a patient buyer'."
The official trailer for Pixar's Up, the first animated film to debut in Cannes.
AfterElton interviews gay and deaf contestant Luke and his mother Margie from The Amazing Race.
New Eating Out film is looking to discover you!
Charges dropped against man who threatened gay Connecticut lawmakers Michael Lawlor and Andrew McDonald: "A Connecticut man arrested for sending a threatening e-mail to state lawmakers has completed an anger management course and has had all charges against him dismissed. The lawyer for 26-yer-old Timothy Kane said Monday that Kane deeply regrets sending the e-mail and wishes no harm to the legislators." Background.
A Banksy self-portrait?
ABC and Nightline to produce Twitter-fueled weekly news show.
Parents of slain Liverpool gay teen Michael Causer to receive book of condolence: "On a day that will see a rainbow flag fly above Liverpool Town Hall for the first time, Lord Mayor Cllr Steve Rotheram will present Marie and Michael Snr with the book. The flag will become multi coloured to celebrate the International Day Against Homophobia, celebrated each year on May 17."
NYT opinion: Obama faking left. "Four months in, the Obama administration does seem to have a plausible strategy for turning the “social issues” to liberalism’s advantage. The outline is simple: Engage on abortion, and punt on gay rights."
Tennessee marries same-sex couple: "The two have been married for more than a year but they recently found out their marriage is invalid, because both are considered men. Phillips and Rittenberry are the first same-sex marriage in Tennessee. Rittenberry, 46, and Phillips, 33, met through a hot-line service and legally wed in November 2007. Rittenberry was born a man but identifies as a woman and claims to have had sex reassignment surgery."