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"I was actually black before the election": In his first appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman as president, Barack Obama cleverly dismissed speculation that race motivated his critics.

Chaz Bono to pen memoir:
The child of Cher and Sonny Bono will chronicle his decision to transition from female to male in a new book, tentatively titled Coming Clean, due in spring 2011.

DeLay gratification: Former Republican House majority leader Tom DeLay made his debut on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night.

Getting hot in here:
World leaders discussed the problem of global warming at the United Nations climate summit on Tuesday.

Small mercy for David Paterson:
In an otherwise tough week for the embattled Democratic governor, New York state's highest court upheld Paterson's move to appoint a lieutenant governor.

Amy Winehouse, bully buster:
The British singer reportedly stormed a school in London on Monday and trash-talked a classmate who threatened her goddaughter.

Help could be on the way, again: Federal legislators planned to consider an extension of unemployment benefits for recipients living in the states hardest hit by the economic crisis.

Meet Mike Rogers: The "feared" blogger talks about his work to out politicians who vote against LGBT rights.

Quinn ranks number 13 on power list: New York City Council speaker Christine Quinn, an out lesbian, takes the lucky number on a ranking of the city's most powerful women.

Outrage to air on HBO: The controversial documentary about the private lives and public votes of closeted gay politicians will debut on the premium cable channel on October 5.

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