World's oldest known Giant Panda dies at 34…
Repair of San Francisco Bay Bridge becomes iPad app.
Here she is, the likely mother of Arnold Schwarzenegger's love child.
Adam Lambert disses James Durbin.
Air France 447 flight recorders point to crew error: "…at this stage of preliminary analysis of the Flight Data Recorder, Airbus has no immediate recommendation to to its operators. Updates will be provided as soon as significant items that Airbus will be available or will be authorized to issue more information in accordance with the investigation."
DropFOX: LGBT organizations urge Orbitz to stop advertising on FOX News due to the channel's long history of anti-LGBT bigotry.
European Union's Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) announces survey to measure homophobia and transphobia in Europe: "The EU-wide online survey would be launched in early 2012 and record 'the actual experiences of discrimination and hate crime felt by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT people),' the agency said in a statement on its website."
Meet the new Charlie's Angels.
Matt Rettenmund talks to Val Lauren, recently cast as Sal Mineo in James Franco's biopic of the screen heartthrob: "[James] told me that we are going to make an unconventional movie about an unconventional man who led an unconventional life. Nothing to do but nod and smile after hearing that."
Activist: 7% of Malta's population is gay.
Duluth, Minnesota residents hold rally against anti-gay marriage amendment: "About 50 people gathered at the intersection of Superior Street and Lake Avenue to quietly protest legislative action on the amendment. A larger rally was held at the Capitol in St. Paul. Many passing drivers at one of Duluth’s busier intersections honked their support and flashed peace signs or thumbs-up."
Candidate emerges for first habitable exoplanet.
Kyle Chandler looking beefy on Men's Journal.
Palm Springs Warm Sands sex sting case still unresolved for two defendants, years later. "The final two defendants who sought dismissal in their cases, which stem from the June 2009 undercover sting in the gay resort area, were expected to plead guilty to misdemeanor lewd conduct Tuesday."
NYC's Big Gay Ice Cream Truck to open brick and mortar location in East Village.
Senator Tom Harkin expresses support for Executive Order on ENDA: “While I remain hopeful for the passage of ENDA, I would strongly support an executive order from President Obama that makes clear government contractors cannot discriminate based on sexual orientation and gender identity, just as President Roosevelt did seventy years ago when he made clear discrimination based on race, color, creed or national origin was impermissible. Every American deserves equal treatment on the job, period.”