A 15-year old boy has been charged with the shooting deaths of two adults and three children in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Police say the teen had at least one assault rifle.
Five people were injured in separate incidents during yesterday's "Gun Appreciation Day."
Vicco, Kentucky, population 344, may be the smallest town in America to ban anti-gay discrimination.
What promises made during his first inaugural speech did President Obama keep?
Can former NYC Mayor Ed Koch's AIDS record be discussed without whispers about his sexuality? "Absent the hostility, a more speculative version of this position is offered in the film by Ethan Geto, a media and political strategist, who says simply that during the epidemic "it would have been so incredibly valuable for a popular mayor of New York to declare he was gay."
Labour MP Paul Flynn is introducing a bill that would allow gay royals to marry and for their children to be potential heirs to the British thrown.
This is horrific and graphic but definitely something you should pay attention to: video of a CVS manager strangling a homeless shoplifter to death while pedestrians hold the man down. No criminal charges are pending.
Daniel Radcliffe is already tired and "weirded out" by all the questions about the gay sex in his new film, Kill Your Darlings. "What weirded me out the most last night was people were asking me all these questions about the gay sex scenes. I was like: 'You know I did Equus?'. Some people are asking me questions like this is a more shocking subject, which is so strange," he said.
A review of James Franco's Interior Leather Bar, an homage to the graphic gay sex cut from the controversial gay classic Cruisin': "Interior Leather Bar does contain one very graphic sex scene - a tender encounter between two men we are told are a real-life couple, which seems to be entirely against the film's idea of re-queering gay sex. And in general it's much more about talking about sex than actually showing it, which also makes its claims toward provocation a little weaker."
Did you see Jennifer Lawrence host Saturday Night Live?
ABC News' Barbara Walters was hospitalized after falling and hitting her head at an inauguration party.
Loneliness is bad for your health: "[A new study] reveals that people who are lonely experience more reactivation of latent viruses in their systems than the well-connected. Lonely people also are more likely than others to produce inflammatory compounds in response to stress, a factor implicated in heart disease and other chronic disorders."
More on American anti-gay crusader Brian Brown's efforts to block marriage equality in France.Want to stop bird strikes? Turn up the bass.
Jared Padalecki's a hot daddy.
Justin Bieber shared his butt with the world.
Hundreds of activists gathered to say adieu as Steven Goldstein prepares to step down as Garden State Equality's executive director.
Frank Ocean was the season opener guest on Saturday Night Live over the weekend and performed "Thinking About You" and "Pyramids", for which John Mayer joined him on stage.
Ocean also dropped the (work-unfriendly) gorgeous mini-film for "Pyramids" about a complex relationship with a female stripper, which sets itself in a club and a highway in the desert.
Watch his two SNL performances and his (work-unfriendly) "Pyramids" video,
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Tanning mom Patricia Krentcil shared her Wilson Athletic beauty routine on SNL
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Comedienne Kate McKinnon has joined the cast of Saturday Night Live, MyFOXNY reports:
McKinnon, who cut her teeth on Logo's "The Big Gay Sketch Show" -- produced by Rosie O'Donnell -- could make her first appearance as soon as this Saturday night in an episode hosted by "Modern Family" star Sofia Vergara, according to Deadline.com.
McKinnon, a trouper in the New York-based Upright Citizens Brigade comedy team, has also been in several one-woman shows including "Disenchanted," according to reports.
Terry Sweeney was the first gay man to appear on "SNL" as a cast member during the 1985 season -- 10 years after the show's premiere on NBC.
Sadly, the most watchable moment of Lindsay Lohan's attempted return to entertainment.
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The NY Daily News has a post-script:
Not even 24 hours after “Today” aired a pre-recorded interview in which Lohan told Matt Lauer that nightclubbing was “not my thing anymore,” an eyewitness says the trouble doll partied past 4 a.m. at Chinatown hotspot Le Baron Friday morning. The source says Lohan — who also told Lauer that she liked being “a homebody” — held court at the nightclub with an entourage that grew as the night progressed.
Judging from the trouble that Lohan had with her lines during the “SNL” broadcast, we wonder if her late-night escapade affected her attention levels during her rehearsal with the show’s cast on Friday afternoon and evening.
Weirdly enough, another source says that, while Lohan was making her “SNL” comeback on live television, an even bigger drama was taking place backstage.
While LiLo’s mom, Dina Lohan , and her friend Jill Zarin watched a portion of the show from “SNL” executive producer Lorne Michaels ’ office, a source says Zarin noticed that the massive main gemstone from her $19K Zohrab Istanboulian -designed ring was missing.