Shirley Sherrod to sue Andrew Breitbart for defamation.
Massive asteroid has 1 in 1000 chance of hitting Earth in 2182.
Tom Hardy beefs it up on set in California.
Glamour: Glenn Beck's 1981 yearbook photo.
Basic Rights Oregon begins ad blitz to change minds on same-sex marriage. "[BRO] last week began airing 30-second ads on various cable television stations covering Ashland, Cottage Grove, Florence, Eugene, Corvallis, Albany and Coos, Clatsop and Washington counties. The ads are expected to cost several hundred thousand dollars and reach about 300,000 people.
In addition, the group is mailing 50,000 brochures to households within those areas that explain why gay and lesbian couples want to marry."
Cook County Human Rights Commission finds "substantial discrimination" in firing of gay former school superintendent Dr. Richard Mitchell.
Blabbeando: When Latino pop stars turn their back on our rights.
Christwire's hilarious article on fag hags: "The homosexual is like a locust– limber, voracious and without conscience. They consume everything in their path, stripping the purest things bare, leaving them barren and alone in the cold night air. They will rampage through cities and cultures, whether it’s San Francisco or the Brazilians, the hallowed chambers of the Vatican or internet chat boards. Our straight women in love with gay men don’t seem to comprehend that once they’ve been dropped off for the night at their doorfronts, the homosexual’s adventure is really just beginning."
Sea turtle eggs moved away from Gulf to cleaner water.
Oprah chef Art Smith turns D.C. marriage to his partner Jesus Salguerio into marketing opportunity: "A flier sent last week to top PR companies offers commercial underwriting: $2,500 for the privilege of donating 350 items for guest gift bags; $20,000 and 350 products gets four tickets to the celebration. Part of the proceeds, according to the flier, will go to Common Threads, Smith's charity to teach healthy living to poor children.
The offer mentions "invited guests" (i.e., not confirmed): the Obamas, the Bidens, George W. Bush, Jessica Simpson and Oprah Winfrey (Smith used to be her private chef), who would presumably take home said gift bag.
Leonardo Dicaprio pulls out of Mel Gibson movie.
CBS President: we are adding three new gay characters. "Tassler said The Good Wife will introduce the gay brother of Julianna Margulies' Alicia in the new season. She also added that there would be a recurring gay character on S#*! My Dad Says and that Jeff and Audrey (Patrick Warburton and Megyn Price) will choose a lesbian surrogate on Rules of Engagement."
WATCH: The first trailer for Thor.
Zac Efron visits Jimmy Kimmel.
Lesbian former Roseanne star Sara Gilbert talks about her new gig as host of a daytime TV chat show about mothers: “I’m naturally kind of a private person. I’m at a place in my life where I’m excited about this project and I want to share more. How much that is I guess I’ll get to find as the show goes. I’m not someone who’s been a talk show host before so I’m going to follow the lead of people like Sharon and Julie who have a lot more experience than I do and try and find the right zone for myself and my family.”
The face on Mars was ready for its close-up.
Russian court bans YouTube.
NJ Attorney General won't conduct separate investigation into shooting death of DeFarra Gaymon during a sting operation in a Newark park known as a cruising area.