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TIME magazine first wrote about Fred Phelps in 1951.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings makes plea for stronger net neutrality rules.
Giraffe says farewell to zookeeper with terminal cancer.
A Jem and the Holograms movie is happening.
Gays in Crimea split over referendum: "Days after a controversial vote that set Crimea on course to become part of Russia, the already quiet gay community here is preparing to be absorbed into a country where homosexuality has come under increasing pressure."
Valerie Cherish returning? HBO plans to revive The Comeback with Lisa Kudrow.
'Breaking News' catfight breaks out between media peeps.
Jennifer Lopez performs "I Luh Ya Papi" on American Idol.
Park City could be first city in Utah to adopt a resolution supporting marriage equality: "The resolution will be presented to Mayor Jack Thomas and the Park City Council on March 27, according to a list of issues the elected officials are expected to address in coming weeks published by City Hall. The resolution has not been widely publicized."
Gyllenhaal's 'Everest' beard is stunning.
Jake Shears and Kylie Minogue record duet for Nervo album.
Congressional Black Caucus presses Obama to review U.S. aid to countries with anti-LGBT laws: "Forty-one members of the Congressional Black Caucus called on the Obama administration to review all aid to countries with laws criminalizing homosexuality in a letter sent on Tuesday."
Matt Bomer series White Collar ending after sixth season.
Key cases loom in Pennsylvania marriage battle: "In Philadelphia, McLaughlin is weighing the "marriage recognition" issue, which could reach the U.S. Supreme Court before the broader issue of marriage equality. Her case is set for oral arguments May 28...It's not clear whether McLaughlin will rule right away. However, in June, U.S. District Judge John E. Jones is scheduled to hear a broader challenge to the state's same-sex marriage ban during a two-week trial."
Hackers develop drone that can steal the contents of your smartphone.
Madonna's Like a Prayer turns 25 today.
Bradley Cooper had the last laugh at Louis CK's Actor's Studio theory: “There’s no way you ask Sean Penn a question and then you’re going to be huge."
Lesbian character introduced on Julia Stiles series' Blue.
Karen Ocamb on the deposition of Fred Karger in the NOM IRS lawsuit: "The NOM lawsuit against the IRS—National Organization for Marriage v. United States of America, et al., singled out Karger because of the ethics complaint he filed against the anti-gay organization with California’s Fair Political Practices Commission. NOM claims it has 'irrefutable proof' someone from the IRS illegally leaked its confidential 2008 tax returns to the Human Rights Campaign with the list of donors’ names unredacted."