News: Dennis Hopper, Tammy Baldwin, Coney Island, Gulf Oil Leak
RIP Dennis Hopper.
UK politician David Laws outed, resigns after it was revealed that he has been allegedly funneling money to his gay lover.
All a Twitter: 5 million people now follow Britney Spears on Twitter.
The cast of Glee plays Radio City Music Hall.
BP knew about safety issues with the Deepwater Horizon rig: "Documents show that in March, after several weeks of problems on the rig, BP was struggling with a loss of 'well control.' And as far back as 11 months ago, it was concerned about the well casing and the blowout preventer."
Apprently 16-year-old Justin Bieber has a potty mouth.
Tammy Badlwin and her long-time partner have called it quits.
Here's a reason to smile about being a momma's boy: Those who had a close relationship with their parents as children might make better romantic partners as adults.
Coney Island gets a facelift.
Indian-American author Rahul Mehta: "If you’re gay, your whole life, in many ways, is going to be different. I think any of us who choose a different path from the mainstream — or even the same path as the mainstream — need the support of those we love and those who love us. This is a fundamental part of living a healthy, happy life: being supported by your family."
New Facebook group: "Plugging the Gulf oil leak with the works of Ayn Rand."
International Mr. Leather has banned "marketing that promotes unprotected sex.”
Heidi and Spencor are no more.