News: Alexander Skarsgard, Scotland, Anthony Weiner, Chile
Watch: The trailer for the US version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Alexander Skarsgard smolders on the cover Interview magazine.
A sizable number of members of The Chuch of Scotland are withholding donations due to the decision by the church to allow gay ministers: "An internal report by Glasgow Presbytery described how in one church – St George’s Tron in Glasgow – the 'general disquiet and sadness about the Church of Scotland’s decision to set up a special commission on this matter had been a contributory factor in several members directing their sacrificial giving and tithing towards the congregation’s evangelical ministry and outreach, rather than the central funds of the Church of Scotland.'"
Weiner's Weiner? New York Rep. Anthony Weiner may have tweeted a photo of his bulge.
Christina Aguilera parties in West Hollywood.
Robert Pattinson suits up to shoot his latest film in Toronto.
Huge Memorial Day Weekend at the movie box office: The Hangover 2 expected to rake in $137 million.
President Obama tours tornado-ravaged Joplin, Missouri: "This is not just your tragedy. This is a national tragedy, and that means there will be a national response."
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera is pushing for civil unions in his country: "Mr. Pinera told Santiago-based El Mercurio newspaper he wanted to safeguard 'the dignity of those couples, whether of the opposite or even the same sex.'"
RIP gay actor and model Maurice Murrell who has just passed away at the age of 32.
Thousands of Serbs rally in support of recently apprehended war-crimes suspect Ratko Mladic.
The space shuttle Endeavor crew disembark from the International Space Station.
In celebration of Pride, Millennium Hotels offers hotel discount to its gay and lesbian guests.
Previously unseen photographs of Marilyn Monroe are unearthed.