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India High Court to consider appeal of historic ruling decriminalizing homosexuality: "In taking up the appeal, the highest court is responding to a petition by two private citizens who claimed they were deeply hurt by the judgment 'inasmuch as it seriously affects them and fellow countrymen in all spheres of their lives, personal as well as social.'"
Does Jupiter "take bullets" for Earth?
It's a Saved by the Bell reunion!
Rep. Virginia Foxx's latest ridiculous statement: Obama health care reform will put seniors to death.
Australian PM Kevin Rudd says ban on same-sex marriage will remain: " Rudd said his government's position remained unchanged amid media speculation that he would face a groundswell of support for same-sex marriage at Labor's national conference, due to begin in Sydney on Thursday. 'We are consistent with the policy we took to the last election,' he told public broadcaster ABC."
Chicago's Commission on Human Rights to honor gay veterans.
Johnny Depp disguises himself as squirrel at Comic-Con.
Two openly gay candidates for SF Supervisor say "wait" on Prop 8 ballot measure.
Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza comes out for marriage equality.
Officials place no restrictions on Gay Pride parade in Belfast: "We respect the views of those who are organising the Pride parade and those who wish to express their opposition. Just as with any other parade where there is disagreement the commission believes it is paramount that all concerned treat each other with respect and show tolerance towards the view of wider society. We welcome the assurances we have received in regards to the stewarding of the parade and the general conduct of the participants."
Kissimmee, Florida City Commissioner wants to add "In God We Trust" to city's logo because he thinks it will help rid the nation of unsavory things like gays, abortion, and pot. Otero:
"This nation has been moving toward more liberal postures such as homosexuality, gay marriage, abortion and the legalization of marijuana. I'm against that way of thinking. Those are not the values upon which this nation was founded. I think we need to fight for the values we're losing."
Christian Bale completes his latest unbelievable transformation.
Is Kelly Clarkson being punished by label bosses for speaking out about the similarity of her song to Beyonce's?
Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams sees "two-track" Anglican Church.
Grey's Anatomy says good-bye to Dr. George O'Malley.
OMG interviews Simon Rex about his online pilot.
Chicago's first openly gay alderman Tom Tunney asks if City Hall should set aside business contracts for LGBT-owned companies: "Tunney asked Corporation Counsel Mara Georges whether any other municipality has a 'category' that defines 'LGBT as a qualified minority.' Georges said she knows of no such category anywhere in the United States. But, she didn’t slam the door. 'We are certainly happy to talk to you about it and whether that’s something we should attempt to pursue,' Georges said."