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One Colorado endorses Hickenlooper for governor.
Who's the prominent Republican with the illegal boyfriend?
Anderson Cooper, Andy Cohen hobnob at NY Fashion Week.
Cher digs up an old outfit.
Gays thrown out of restaurant for kiss on the cheek in Costa Rica: "The men allegedly greeted each other with a kiss on the cheek, prompting the management of La Buca restaurant, in the eastern San Jose suburb of San Pedro, to send over a waiter to ask them to leave. In Costa Rica, a kiss on the cheek is the standard greeting between women, and between men and women."
A Day with HIV in America: nationwide photo essay launched for September 21.
Indiana campaign manager tweets anti-gay slurs.
Paramedics called over reaction to gruesome scene in James Franco's 127 Hours.
The New York profiles Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Kendrick Meek campaign slams Charlie Crist for flip-flop on gay issues: “Can anyone believe anything Charlie Crist says anymore? It’s obvious Charlie Crist is willing to say anything. The only thing Charlie Crist says today that you can believe tomorrow is that he wants to be elected. The only thing we know about Charlie Crist’s track record is that he is a lifelong conservative Republican who has fought against every Democratic value. The governor’s charade trying to hide his lifelong conservative record just to get elected is an insult to every Floridian."
Melting ice inspires unprecedented Walrus migration in Alaska.
At least ten killed in one week in Colombian "social cleansing" campaign.
LCR lawyer Dan Woods: DADT ruling "would apply nationwide." "The federal judge in any federal court has the power to declare an act of Congress unconstitutional, and that's what she's done. An unconstitutional law cannot be applied anywhere. It doesn't apply just in California or just within the boundaries of the 9th circuit. It would apply nationwide. That's part of the checks and balances of our governmental system...Our case has uniform federal law throughout."
Newt Gingrich calls Obama a Kenyan.
Core sample reveals thick layer of oil on Gulf seafloor.
Male model fix: Michael Gstoettner.
Honduran police officer sentenced for stabbing transgender sex worker: “This was a crime fueled by hate, as the 17 stab wounds attest. It is a testament to the integrity and courage of all involved with the case that they advanced the cause of justice notwithstanding the threats and intimidation.”
Corruption: Stinky mailer employed in NY gubernatorial campaign.
Neil Patrick Harris met David Burtka on the street: "At the Tommy Hilfiger after-party last night, we asked Burtka how the couple got together. 'We met on the street,' he told us. 'We met on Ninth Avenue between 44th and 45th, through a friend of ours.' All it took to seal the deal (and the first date) was a quick talk. 'Chatting,' said Burtka. 'And that was it.'"