Carl DeMaio has started blocking journalists over Twitter. Earlier today we reported DeMaio wasn't too pleased with KPBS for publishing the story of a second former staffer who is accusing the openly gay GOP candidate of sexual harassment.
Christian Bale will not be playing Steve Jobs in the Aaron Sorkin film about the Apple co-founder after all.
In other Apple news, the Apple Watch may not be launching until Spring 2015.
Russell Brand confirms he's single, wishes he was bisexual.
The Colbert Report will be signing off December 18th after nine years of giving us arguably the best right-wing satire ever.
Fox axes its ambitious reality show Utopia after only two months on air.
Gay photographer of subcultures David Armstrong has passed away at the age of 60.
Jennifer Lopez says Ben Affleck was her first big heartbreak.
Benedict Cumberbatch thinks gay World War II codebreaker Alan Turing should be on British currency.
VIDEO: Australian surfer makes the poor decision to swim onto a floating whale carcass…only to be quickly surrounded by hungry sharks.
Jamie Dornan will sadly not be showing his goods in Fifty Shades of Grey.
Is Beyonce planning to release a second surprise album?
Taylor Swift breaks up with Spotify.
Terminally ill cancer patient Brittany Maynard, who used the last weeks of her life advocating for expanding U.S. access to doctor-assisted death, died over the weekend as planned and in accordance with Oregon's Death with Dignity law.
Male model Monday: Jackson Hale.
Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput is complaining that Pope Francis' family synod a few weeks ago produced "confusion" within the Church, adding that confusion "is of the devil."
Colorado Senator Mark Udall gets heckled by rich donor at stump speech in Denver suburbs: "F**king abortion is all he talks about."
Lena Dunham responds to accusations she molested her younger sister as a child.
Caffeine lovers rejoice, Starbucks will soon be rolling out home-delivery.