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Elizabeth Taylor hospitalized after suffering symptoms from congestive heart failure.
Time magazine cover photo awarded "World Press Photo of the Year": "The woman it depicts is Bibi Aisha, who was 18 when she left her husband, a Taliban fighter, over claims of domestic abuse. In an act of retribution, the Taliban allowed him to cut off her ears and nose. Aisha's husband abandoned her after the assault; American soldiers and aid workers later rescued her and transported her to the United States--where she now lives--for reconstructive surgery."
Tom Cruise to star in the Hollywood version of Rock of Ages.
Moby Dick ship discovered in the Pacific Ocean.
Lowell, Massachusetts man wakes up to find his door covered with numerous anti-gay slurs.
Contestant on UK reality show admits to doing gay porn.
Scientists find that "Lucy" walked on two feet without the need to use her hands.
Disturbing rise in racist and anti-gay hate crimes in London.
Leonardo Dicaprio suits up as J. Edgar Hoover in LA.
Get ready for a Wonder Woman-themed brand of cosmetics from MAC.
Things just keep getting worse for Borders bookstores.
Nashville mayor says he will sign anti-discrimination legislation for gays and lesbians: "Nashville is known as a welcoming and friendly city and as a city that doesn't tolerate discrimination."
Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" is the fastest selling single in iTunes history.
Andrew Garfield keeps getting more and more acting gigs.
Rhode Island Republican House Minority Leader Robert Watson under fire for comments he made during an event at the Chamber of Commerce: "if you are a Guatemalan gay man who likes to gamble and smokes marijuana."