News: St. Patrick's Day Parade, Chord Overstreet, Australia
Saint Patrick Day parade organizers in Boston banned gays and veterans from the event today. A second, more inclusive parade will follow the street sweepers who clean up as the first one winds down.
Chord Overstreet goes for a dip.
Openly gay man to head the Federal Insurance Office. Michael McRaith, formerly the director of the Illinois Department of Insurance will also be the first person to lead the office which was created last year.
Bullet grazes Wyclef Jean in Haiti.
New Zealand gay community upset over the early release from prison of a man who brutally murdered a 14-year-old boy in an ant-gay attack in Wellington 11 years ago.
Boeing's first 747-8 Intercontinental takes flight in Washington state.
Approval likely for top-level domain ".gay."
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on her opposition to marriage equality: "If I was in a different walk of life, if I'd continued in the law and was partner of a law firm now, I would express the same view, that I think for our culture, for our heritage, the Marriage Act and marriage being between a man and a woman has a special status. Now, I know people might look at me and think that's something that they wouldn't necessarily expect me to say, but that is what I believe."
Tiger Woods' ex-wife Elin Nordgren splurges on a 17,000 square foot mansion in Palm Beach.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt cast as The Holiday Killer in upcoming film, The Dark Knight Rises.
Wilmer Valderrama does his best Guys With iPhones impression.