News: DOMA, Jason Momoa, Mercury, Tori Amos, El Diario
Why is Maggie Gallagher not trying to ban this?
El Diario, largest Spanish language newspaper in NY: Approve marriage equality.
Mysterious 'X' spotted on Mercury.
Meet Bristol Palin's new face.
Mitt Romney leads NH WMUR poll: "The WMUR Granite State poll shows the former Massachusetts governor with the support of 36 percent of likely Republican voters — more than double the support of the second-place finisher, Donald Trump."
Gay Men's Health Crisis cuts ribbon on new headquarters.
Who is Oprah's final guest?
Watch: The new trailer for Conan the Barbarian, which features a lot of Jason Momoa running around in a loincloth and swinging a huge sword.
South Africa Justice Ministry announces national task team to look into hate crimes against gays and lesbians following brutal "corrective rape" and murder of lesbian activist.
Tori Amos announces new album.
Domestic disturbance: MetroWeekly's big cover story on DOMA.
Top Gill Action strategists Patrick Guerriero and Bill Smith moving on to tackle the environment, immigration, the deficit.
Gay LAPD harassment case goes to trial: "Sergeant Ronald Crump claims that Lt. John Romero regularly harassed him over a six-month period. Crump claims Romero said he’d gone to a conservative religious university and that 'Jerry Falwell would roll over in his grave if he knew I hired you.'"
Rabbis offer advice on what to say if your child tells you he or she is gay.
Neil Patrick Harris in talks to host Tony Awards: "Sources confirmed the How I Met Your Mother star could host the 65th annual Tonys, set to air on CBS on Sunday, June 12 from the Beacon Theatre in New York."
Birthers move on to accusing Obama of being an illegitimate child.
Cameron Diaz: "Marriage is a dying institution."
Miniature airport opens in Germany.
Financial mismanagement puts SF Pride on brink of disaster: "Both of San Francisco's openly gay supervisors have stated that Pride must be placed under new management — whether it likes it or not."
Pennsylvania execution for gay murder on hold.
Is semen an anti-depressant?
Prince William and Kate Middleton to visit California in July: "The palace did not provide details of their itinerary. The trip will be William's first official trip to the United States and Kate's first-ever visit to the country."
Linda Greenhouse on the Walker case: "The logical inference from this view of judicial duty is that if a gay judge has a stake in the outcome of a case about whether to recognize same-sex marriage, so presumably does a straight judge. Who, confronting stakes as high as the potential collapse of Western civilization, could reasonably be impartial? Who needs the Constitution when ideology and religious doctrine are at hand? I trust that the judges who rule on this latest effort to substitute recusal for legal argument will understand it for the subterfuge that it is."