> First transgender suicide prevention hotline, Trans LifeLine, overcomes growing pains.
> Donald Trump to host Saturday Night Live next month for second time.
> Closeted gay high school athlete is being pressured to date a girl, wants your advice on what he should do.
> Man reports crashed plane filled with skeletons in remote island forest off Pulau Sugbay, South Ubian Tawi-Tawi, southern Philippines. “The information has yet to be verified.”
> Cuteness overload: Ricky Martin posts selfie with his twin sons on Instagram.
> Joe Biden Super PAC to show ad during tonight’s debate despite Biden’s absence.
> Steve Grand is out to prove that his biceps are not basic.
> Iran missile test likely violated UN resolution: “Based on information the administration has so far, the test appears to be in violation of U.N. Security Council Resolution 1929, which stipulates that Iran cannot engage in any activities related to ballistic missiles. The administration official emphasized, however, that the test is not in violation of the nuclear agreement reached in July between Iran, the U.S. and five other world powers because that accord is focused on restricting Iran’s path to a nuclear weapon.”
> Coffee could help you live longer. Rejoicing heard from far and wide.
> Jessie Ware covers Disney classic “A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes.”
> Adam Levine goes bald.
> Money shot: Victor Garber shares pic of him and now-husband Reiner Andreesen saying “I do” in Canada.
> Hate crimes soar 18% in Britain: “Overall, there were 52,528 such offences recorded by forces in England and Wales in 2014/15 – an jump of 18 per cent compared to the previous year, the Home Office said. More than eight out of 10 of the attacks were classed as race hate crimes, with the other offences targeting people for their religion, disability, sexual orientation or because they were transgender.”
> Taliban says its has left Afghan city of Kunduz.
> Misogyny is alive and well this presidential campaign.
> These are really popular in the Facebook lounge ahead of the Democratic debate.
> Ellen Page speaks out on Matt Damon’s controversial remarks in which he said that actors might want to remain in the close to keep up “mystery” surrounding their private lives: “[Matt Damon] doesn’t have a point because he related it to sexuality. Heterosexual actors and actresses do nothave to go to great lengths to hide their sexuality. That’s an unfair double standard.”
— Jeremy Harlan (@jerharlanCNN) October 13, 2015
> 284 same-sex couples tied the knot in Alaska over the last year.
> New York Attorney General launches investigation into Turing Pharmaceuticals, company owned by infamous AIDS price gouger Martin Shkreli.
> Meanwhile, US pays three times more for pharmaceutical drugs.
> Chris Hemsworth and his big snake pose in first Instagram post: