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Anderson Cooper, live from Afghanistan: The CNN prime-time anchor will broadcast from the front lines of the war next week to mark the anniversary of the September 11 attacks.

Washington state residents support same-sex partnerships: A new poll found that 66% of registered voters supported either same-sex marriage or full domestic partnerships, which could hold positive implications for Referendum 71, the November ballot measure asking voters whether legislatively passed expanded domestic-partnership rights should be upheld.

Change in the air: President Obama reportedly is considering delivering a major speech in which he will outline a more "specific vision"; of what he wants to see in health care reform legislation.

Gay ACLU legislative counsel found dead: Friends confirmed that the body of Larry Frankel was found floating in a stream in D.C.'s Rock Creek Park.

LGBT rights ordinance rejected in Indiana: City council members in Goshen rejected an ordinance that would offer protections from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

So long, Charlie: ABC World News anchor Charles Gibson announced that he would step down at the end of this year, to be replaced by Diane Sawyer.

Holocaust museum shooter's competency in question: A judge agreed to allow James von Brunn, the 89-year-old accused of fatally shooting a security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in June, to be evaluated for his competency to stand trial.

Sanford vows to hang on: The troubled South Carolina governor who admitted to an extramarital affair said he will fight to keep his job.

Capitalismo: Una Historia de Amor
: The Venice Film Festival kicks off on Wednesday, with offerings that include Capitalism: A Love Story,the latest documentary from Michael Moore.

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