> 11 questions that tonight’s Republican presidential debate will answer.
> South Carolina doesn’t want to pay the legal fees for the gay couple who successfully challenged the state’s same-sex marriage ban.
> Behold, the far side of the moon.
> Colin Farrell joins the cast of Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
> Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux got hitched!
> Why virtual reality is about to change the world.
> Bernie Sanders to speak at anti-gay, anti-women, anti-science, anti-education Liberty University.
> Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge says justices of the peace can use the state’s new “religious freedom” law to refuse to preside over same-sex wedding ceremonies.
> NFL includes sex between men as part of AIDS awareness initiative.
> Study finds gay, bisexual men more likely to use indoor tanning than straight men.
> Things with Ellen Page and girlfriend Samantha Thomas continue to heat up.
> Fantastic Four star Miles Teller gives an uncomfortable (and possibly dickish) interview to Esquire magainze.
> Lee Daniels reveals Mariah Carey will join the season two cast of Empire.
> The terrifying possibility of Trump winning the presidency. “Time and time again, in just a few weeks, his candidacy seems to have survived what we professional political observers all think are obviously fatal gaffes and flubs. Could this be the rare instance when politics is actually about to go haywire?”
> Martin O’Malley isn’t pleased with the Democratic debate schedule.
> Meet the ceratioid anglerfish, the scary looking fish discovered in “midnight zone” of the Atlantic Ocean.
> Sony announces Jumanji reboot for Christmas 2016.
> Vandals spray paint “lion killer” on the garage of the vacation home owned by Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer.
> Turns out students at gay-friendly colleges are smarter.
> Diocese of Bismarck, North Dakota has split from the Boy Scouts of America over its decision to lift the ban on gay adults.
> John Oliver, Will Arnett, and more share their favorite Jon Stewart memories.