GOP lawmakers give Boehner standing ovation over government shutdown.
Service chiefs to testify on 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' repeal before House panel on Thursday.
Now this brings back memories.
Hawaii 5-0 hottie Alex O'Loughlin goes for a jog just the way we like him.
E-book versions of Harry Potter series on the way?
Former Australian High Court judge Michael Kirby wants marriage equality, but says he'd probably never take advantage of it with his partner John van Vloten: "After all our engagement has gone on for 42 years so it's getting a bit late in the day. But it ought to be there for those who want it. Religion should butt out of this. This is a matter of the civil rights of fellow citizens and it's really not acceptable to deprive fellow citizens on the grounds of the religious views of some."
Robert Pattinson strategically places candy on his body to make new friends.
HOT 97 deejay and record producer Mister Cee arrested for public lewdness after police catch him receiving oral sex from man in car: "The pair were in a car parked at Watts and West Sts. and 'the defendants' behavior was open to public view,' the criminal complaint said. Both men were charged with public lewdness and exposure of a person. They were released after their arraignment and are due back in court in June."
Police appeal for information after man claims he was raped in Jamaican nightclub.
Jury selection set for May 16 in trial of Brandon McInerney, accused in the February 2008 murder of classmate Lawrence King: "A jury will be selected from a pool of Santa Barbara residents, and officials there have indicated they need a month to summon hundreds of prospective jurors. The trial, however, will be in Ventura. Campbell told lawyers Monday there would have to be 'extraordinary' reasons for jury selection in Santa Barbara to be postponed again."
Boy Culture posts a video review of Broadway Bares: Solo Strips.
Brad Pitt works a blond bob.
Maligned reality show stars Danielle Staub, Jake Pavelka, and Heidi Montag unite for new reality show.
Newsweek looks at male-on-male sexual assault in the military, and makes an important note: "While many might assume the perpetrators of such assaults are closeted gay soldiers, military experts and outside researchers say assailants usually are heterosexual. Like in prisons and other predominantly male environments, male-on-male assault in the military, experts say, is motivated not by homosexuality, but power, intimidation, and domination. Assault victims, both male and female, are typically young and low-ranking; they are targeted for their vulnerability. Often, in male-on-male cases, assailants go after those they assume are gay, even if they are not."