NPR claims debate over 'ex-gay' therapy is still 'raging': "This morning on Morning Edition I profile the conversion therapy experiences of two men. They represent two sides of a debate that hasn't been resolved despite the APA's position."
Kingdom Tower in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to dwarf Dubai's Burj Khalifa. Construction to begin imminently.
Supermodel Linda Evangelista asks for largest child support sum in history.
Gay Provincetown couple attacked: "The two men in the car are alleged to have used a beer bottle, Lt. Golden said. The use of abusive, anti-gay language and the physical attack have raised the incident to a possible hate crime."
Road to Equality? Did HRC drive off with NOM defector Louis Marinelli's bus tour?
Most of Newt Gingrich's Twitter followers are fake.
Former SF Mayor George Moscone's son claims Harvey Milk's story reduced his father to a footnote, has written a play to remedy that: 'I was in therapy for being freaked out that my father would be killed — before my father was killed.'
The Jersey Shore cast has skedaddled from Seaside Heights.
Chelsea Hotel's future uncertain as it closes its door to guests.
Study on meth use and HIV yields predictable results.
PHOTOS: Inside the offices of SoundCloud.
Focus on the Family's James Dobson condemns glittering protest of Dr. Marcus Bachmann: "Thirty homosexual activists put on the garb of cavemen and came into his clinic with cameras and scared his patients to death and have harassed that man, who has a right to do what he is doing because that’s what he believes. I think it’s unconscionable that people like you guys don’t report it."
Jake Gyllenhaal: Hot cop in uniform.
NYC's Pieces gay bar faces new opposition.
New biography highlights Coco Chanel's bisexuality. "With this fall’s release of “Coco Chanel: An Intimate Life,” biographer Lisa Chaney claims to have concrete evidence that the designer used drugs, embraced bisexuality and had an affair with Salvador Dalí while he was married."
Rachel Maddow signs new multi-year contract with MSNBC.
Veterans Administration issues new guidance on trans health care: "The center reports that the directive states that VA staff must provide care to transgender patients 'without discrimination in a manner consistent with care and management of all Veteran patients' and that all personal information about transgender status and medical care is to be kept confidential."
Congressman "apologizes" for calling Obama a "tar baby".
One more reason to like William and Kate: they don't put up a fuss about flying coach.
Sean Hayes returning to network TV: "As was just announced by NBC chairman Robert Greenblatt (the first openly gay broadcast head) at the network's TCA panel in Los Angeles, former Will & Grace star Sean Hayes is in talks to star in a new comedy at the Peacock network. If the show indeed comes to fruition, it would be a welcome return to series television for the actor, who hasn't headed up a TV series since W&G ended its run in 2006."