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NYC man electrocuted, killed after peeing on subway track.
Kanye West returning to fashion design with APC collaboration.
Deadly shooting following Egypt coup: "Mohamed Mohamed Ibrahim El-Beltagy, a Brotherhood MP, described the incident during dawn prayers after police had stormed the site, as a 'massacre'.
About 500 people were also reportedly injured."
The Lone Ranger really tanked at the box office.
HRC's Chad Griffin pays visit to his native Arkansas, beginning series of events in the South to push LGBT equality.
3 things to watch during the ENDA mark-up on Wednesday.
Chris Christie's gay marriage dilemma: "If the governor truly has presidential aspirations, as we seem to assume, his adamant opposition to gay marriage issue could help boost or break him. His out-of-the-mainstream stance may well please the evangelical voters who traditionally dominate the early Republican contests (in 2012, they were 56 percent of the Iowa caucus-goers, and 64 percent of the South Carolina primary voters) - but if the issue is still alive in 2016, his stance could turn off general-election swing voters, who already view marriage equality as a given."
VIDEO: Ellie Goulding's "Burn".
Male model fix: Nikola Bugarin.
Marlena's, a Hayes Valley, SF gay bar remembered. "What was once a depressed, sometimes dangerous part of San Francisco became a burgeoning center of commerce, with the renamed Marlena’s Bar as an unofficial community center."
Counting grizzly bears: "The Interior Department’s Fish and Wildlife Service says there are about 700 grizzlies in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem, more than the 500 it deems essential for a healthy population. But a new study in the journal Conservation Letters calls those numbers into question."
Snowden: NSA works with Germany, other countries on 'no questions asked' basis. "Other agencies don't ask us where we got the information from and we don't ask them. That way they can protect their top politicians from the backlash in case it emerges how massively people's privacy is abused worldwide."
Here's how they're talking about us at Houston's First Baptist Church.
Bidder pays big bucks for Matthew Mitcham's 'funky trunks'.
Preliminary inquiry underway in murder of gay Canadian activist Raymond Taavel: "Andre Noel Denny is charged with second-degree murder in the death of 49-year-old Raymond Taavel on April 17, 2012. Hours before Taavel’s death, Denny had been released by the East Coast Forensic Hospital on an unsupervised one-hour pass, but he failed to return."
Sculpture of gorilla dressed like Freddie Mercury removed from Norwich, UK town center due to copyright claims.
Mat Staver: Strikedown of DOMA will lead to civil war.
Liz Cheney's potential run for Congressional seat in Wyoming has Republicans pissed: "But Ms. Cheney’s move threatens to start a civil war within the state’s Republican establishment, despite the reverence many hold for her family. Mr. Enzi, 69, says he is not ready to retire, and many Republicans say he has done nothing to deserve being turned out. It would bring about 'the destruction of the Republican Party of Wyoming if she decides to run and he runs, too,' Alan K. Simpson, a former Republican senator from the state, said in an interview last week. 'It’s a disaster — a divisive, ugly situation — and all it does is open the door for the Democrats for 20 years.'"