News: Donald Trump, John Paul II, Gay Cruise, Endeavor
More photos of celebrities who attended the White House Correspondents Dinner, including a dapper Chace Crawford.
A grumpy Donald Trump wasn't happy with the jokes made at his expense at the White House Correspondents' Dinner: "According to multiple guests who sat near Trump during the dinner speeches, his mood shifted from playing along to unvarnished anger."
The reward related to the hate crime in which eight horses were killed last week has increased to $7,500.
The Preferred Hotel Group has taken steps to become more accommodating to gays: "Employees are suggested, for example, to ask same-sex duos checking in together if they prefer one king bed or two double ones, if they haven’t made a preference in advance. Rooms are stocked with publications aimed at gay readers. If two men are traveling together, the bathroom has extra male toiletries and two sets of large robes and slippers. And the concierge has a list of gay-friendly bars, clubs and restaurants on hand."
Second large-scale gay cruise on the massive ship The Allure of the Seas planned for next year.
John Paul II beatified at the Vatican.
Endeavor's final mission delayed again. NASA will try again later this week.
Daniel Hernandez Jr., who helped save the life of Gabrielle Giffords earlier this year, receives heroism award, refuses to be called a hero. He said: "I think, really the people that are heroes are people who have dedicated their lives to public service and have really made a concerted effort to help others."
Kylie Minogue's "Aphrodite Live 2011" tour launches in Boston.
New mother Mariah Carey gave birth to twins yesterday.
Activist sues Sarah Palin for $100,000.
Fox has yanked new Hurricane-focused epsiodes tonight due to sensitivities surrounding the recent deadly tornado outbreak.
Prince Harry apparently killed it with his best man speech at last week's royal wedding.
Kellan Lutz ditches his shirt for a skateboarding outing in Venice Beach.