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RoadLindsay Lohan signs $2 million deal for Oprah OWN network reality show.

PandasRoadGiant panda gives birth to twins at the Atlanta zoo. First born in the U.S. since 1987.

RoadKanye West sells plain white t-shirt for $120.

RoadT Rex tooth found embedded in prey: "This is unambiguous evidence that T rex was an active predator," the authors write in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. "Such evidence is rare in the fossil record for good reason – prey rarely escapes."

RoadDarren Criss honors Cory Monteith with black ribbon.

RoadMichelangelo Signorile moves from SiriusOutQ to launch new "Progress" channel: "I'm ecstatic about expanding my show and moving to the new SiriusXM Progress channel. We’ll inform and inspire listeners on all the big issues progressives care about, from the environment to gun violence, from immigration to the economy. And as always, I will take every opportunity to confront all forms of discrimination and give listeners the tools they need to fight back.”

RoadCall her maybe, but not to pitch.

RoadPet Shop Boys 12 greatest collaborations.

BlakeRoadWilliam Blake's cottage is for sale: "The poet who wrote "The Tyger" and the collections "Songs of Innocence" and "Songs of Experience" lived in the brick and stone cottage from 1800-1803."

RoadIs Mister the grown-up Grindr?

RoadAlaskan volcano screams before erupting.

RoadSinn Fein criticizes Russina government over anti-gay law. "The Russian government has tried to justify this draconian legislation by stating that it will protect minors. This is completely misguided and based on the incorrect premise that someone’s sexuality can be taught."

RoadVIDEO: 15-year-old Temar Boggs tells story of how he saved an abducted girl.

RoadTerry McAuliffe up 4 on Ken Cuccinelli in Virginia.

RoadDutch football to participate in Amsterdam's Gay Pride parade for first time: "This year's main attraction during the boat parade through Amsterdam's canals, one of Europe's most important gay and lesbian events, will be an orange launch emblazoned with the letters KNVB, the abbreviation for Koninklijke Nederlandse Voetbal Bond, or Royal Dutch Football Association. The most prominent person on board will be Louis van Gaal, the coach of the Dutch national team. The decision of Van Gaal, the former coach of FC Bayern Munich, to take part in the colorful gay and lesbian parade in early August sends a clear signal."

RoadJake Gyllenhaal is taken again.

RoadMaggie Gallagher defends "ex-gay" therapy.

Road8 more straight white House Republicans sign on to renewed attempt at Federal Marriage Amendment.

ManningRoadBradley Manning's attorneys make one last attempt to have "aiding the enemy" charge dismissed: "Addressing the judge in a military court in Fort Meade, Coombs said that "no case has ever been prosecuted under this type of theory: that an individual, by the nature of giving information to a journalistic organisation, would then be subject to" a charge of 'aiding the enemy'. Conviction of such an office would bring 'a hammer down on any whistleblower or anybody who wants to put information out'.

RoadLightning strikes woman in supermarket checkout line: "Brooks was paying for her items about 2 p.m. when a flash of lightning hit her inside the store at 561 Grand Caillou Road."

RoadIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan won't run for governor: "Ms. Madigan, 46, will instead seek a fourth term as attorney general. Her decision will help narrow the Democratic field in the governor’s race for William M. Daley, a former chief of staff to President Obama who is expected to oppose Gov. Pat Quinn in a primary."

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  1. The article says the lightning strike woman was doing well, not KILLED.

    Posted by: FernLaPlante | Jul 16, 2013 3:59:54 PM


  2. I scream before I erupt too. So what?

    Posted by: Jack M | Jul 16, 2013 4:01:06 PM


  3. Fernaplante beat me to it...

    Posted by: Randyowen | Jul 16, 2013 4:04:47 PM


  4. The older I get, the more amazed I am about the miracle of life, how something so tiny can grow up. (Talking about the pandas.)

    Posted by: Matt26 | Jul 16, 2013 4:09:51 PM


  5. LOL...thank you, Fernlaplante. I guess the headline/link was for dramatic effect. It's all show business...LOL

    Should we make a phone call down to Louisiana to tell Ms Brooks that she's still alive? I guess we can use email.

    Posted by: Derrick from Philly | Jul 16, 2013 4:17:59 PM


  6. Maybe Kanye West can donate that money from the $120. white t shirt to some just cause in the 'community', maybe help out Trayvon Martin's family. What am I saying? Never mind.

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    Manning did in fact aid the enemy. I'm afraid Bradley is going to made an example of. Hope and change, all y'all.

    Posted by: ratbastard | Jul 16, 2013 4:19:26 PM


  7. A lot of the problems with electrical shock injuries have to do with them being reported as electrocutions. If one is electrocuted, one is dead. The word electrocution is compounded from electricity or electron and execution, meaning literally death by electricity. I read news reports all the time from major sources like AP, ABC, CNN, CBS etc.. where the reporter uses the word electrocuted to mean shocked. I remember reading one headline, "Man recovering from electrocution", just a few weeks ago. Somewhere, the wires got crossed...

    Posted by: Joesph Foster | Jul 16, 2013 4:29:59 PM


  8. Soldiers charged with aiding the enemy have a better chance of conviction than civilians, but the proper charge was dereliction of duty. Technically, the term aiding the enemy has some very specific meanings, including espionage or "signaling". The problem is that aiding the enemy requires intent, and the prosecutors are trying to eliminate that requirement, which would put many journalists in the prosecutorial crosshairs, much as they were in WWI. Manning's defense is that he did not intend to aid the enemy and that the secrets posted were not material. The prosecution argues that the secrets revealed "undermined" the War on Terror, but this legal theory has never been tried before.

    Posted by: anon | Jul 16, 2013 4:33:36 PM


  9. Thank you Anon, you made it clearer and more easily understandable.

    Posted by: ratbastard | Jul 16, 2013 4:42:45 PM


  10. Cory Monteith autopsy report is out

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/16/cory-monteith-cause-of-death_n_3606841.html

    heroin and alcohol

    Posted by: MOZ's | Jul 16, 2013 5:37:00 PM


  11. Terrorist apologists Sinn Féin are not the kind of friends LGBT people need.

    Posted by: cannon | Jul 16, 2013 6:02:46 PM


  12. No kidding, CANNON. I'm glad someone pointed this out.

    Posted by: fairi5fair | Jul 16, 2013 6:42:01 PM


  13. After all lady it IS called a CHECKOUT line!

    Posted by: Mike | Jul 16, 2013 6:48:29 PM


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