Focus on the Family founder James Dobson says with marriage equality on the horizon, the "fall of Western civilization" is at hand.
Vanity Fair takes readers on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens in honor of Star Wars Day.
Prince William and Kate Middleton announce the name of their newborn princess – Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.
Bill Clinton blasts "political" attack on his family's foundation, saying the group has never done anything “knowingly inappropriate” in accepting foreign donations, and insisting his high speaking fees are justified because, “I gotta pay our bills.”
D.C.'s bill banning discrimination against LGBT students attending religious schools becomes law.
Argentina becomes first Latin American nation to recognize same-sex partners and a biological parent on a child's birth certificate.
The Chicago Tribune's Eric Zorn on why he's predicting a 9-0 pro-equality ruling from the Supreme Court. "Because, in the end, no one wants to be That Guy, I predict the U.S. Supreme Court will find some way this summer to rule unanimously that same-sex marriage is a constitutionally protected right…A 9-0 ruling tells America "move on, this issue is settled." It enhances the legitimacy of the decision and, therefore, of the court itself while minimizing the potential for backlash."
Lookie lookie at what carlyfiorina.org turns up.
Former CNN anchor Soledad O'Brien chastises media coverage of Baltimore. "For journalists to have a debate back and forth about thugs or thuggery is naive and misplaced. "Journalists should strive to use words to describe accurately what's happening."
The first official photo of the Suicide Squad cast is here.
The suspected gunmen in the Garland, Texas Muhammad cartoon attack have been identified. "The second shooter in the Garland, Texas, attack has been identified as Nadir Soofi, two law enforcement officials told CNN's Pamela Brown. Soofi is the roommate of the other shooter, who was identified earlier as Elton Simpson. Soofi is not well-known to federal law enforcement and was not on the FBI radar, one of the officials said."
Ben Carson to reschedule a planned trip to Iowa to say goodbye to his ailing mother.
Family Equality Council to launch National Foster Care Month campaign spotlighting discriminatory laws and highlighting stories from LGBTQ parents who have legally adopted and/or became foster parents.
Male model Monday: Spencer Burhoe.
Michelangelo Signorile on why the boycott against gay hoteliers Ian Reisner and Mati Weiderpass is a "watershed moment". "We've got to make it clear to the enemies of equality that we are a force with increasing public support, moving full speed ahead and accepting nothing less than equality. We've demanded and received support from major corporations, who've put pressure on politicians to refrain from an anti-gay agenda. There thus can be no double standards. Now we must send a message to those among our own — particularly those of enormous privilege — who've succumbed to victory blindness and let them know that they too cannot support our enemies. No abject apology can undo the message that Reisner and Weiderpass have telegraphed to anti-LGBT forces in the GOP."
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback receives awesome receipt note from waitress who objects to his controversial school funding cuts.
Zac Efron shows off his guns while exercising on the beach.
All-women's Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts to begin accepting transgender students.