BY SAM GREISMAN
A look back at today's top stories
Anderson Cooper and guest host Rosie Perez took time out of Cooper's show today to remember the unfortunate passing of AIDS activist Spencer Cox. Though he is not happy about it, Newt Gingrich says he has "accepted the reality" of gay marriage's steady march toward nationwide acceptance.
Can't wait till the 25th for Les Miserables? Well here is a clip, featuring ginger cutie Eddie Redmayne, to hold you over. In a piece written for LA Weekly, musician Henry Rollins again proves just what a huge supporter of gay rights he is. Also Lady Gaga has announced that her new tour will include a bus intended to combat anti-gay bullying.
The perfect blend of subject and medium: Downton Abbey and gingerbread (top photo)!
The Vatican, always known for their correct depictions of history, recently put out an article in their "official paper" in which a historian compares gay marriage advocates to Communists. Proving their commitment to journalism is paramount, Fox News recently aired a hard hitting interview with Santa Claus. And it seemed that two lottery winners in Iowa were doing a great thing when they bought their son's high school football team a new stadium, until you find out about the homophobic thing they did with the visiting locker room.
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