News: Brazil, John Cameron Mitchell, Christine O'Donnell, Rome
The newest Real Housewives of Orange County cast member is a lesbian.
Ricky Martin joins Ke$ha and Kylie at the "40 Principales Awards" in Madrid.
The Manhattan Declaration app might make its way back onto iTunes.
Nicole Kidman on why she chose John Cameron Mitchell to helm her new movie Rabbit Hole: "I think a director that's very cold, or that's slightly removed or stoic, wouldn't have been so good because the script itself was very restrained. So it was the combination of a very raw director with a restrained script, I just thought that was interesting."
Critics less than thrilled over new Michael Jackson album.
The Gwent County Police department in Wales now has an LGBT unit.
Willow Smith's parents would rather put their 10-year-old child to work rather than give her an education.
Christine O'Donnell's "I'm not a witch" is the quote of the year.
Nicole Richie and Joel Madden tie the knot.
Brazil will give pensions to gay couples: "The Social Security Ministry says in a Friday statement that the gay spouse of a retiree who dies will now be able to receive the pension payments once received by his or her companion. The policy covers formally registered workers who pay monthly social security fees."
Massachusetts serial killer confesses to the murder of eight women.
Angelina Jolie plus Johnny Depp does not equal box office gold.
Police in Rome arrest a group that robbed tourists, leaving one dead, outside of a gay club.