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Pawlenty prepping: Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty (pictured) planned to announce the support of high-level operatives in his prospective bid for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.

Mormon remembrances: The Foundation for Reconciliation plans to honor LGBT Mormons who have committed suicide in a service to coincide with the semiannual LDS Church conference.

Move over, "Lucy": A fossil presented by scientists on Thursday is the earliest known skeleton from the human branch of the primate family tree.

Gays instrumental to Liu primary win:
Daily News columnist Errol Louis remarks that gay support helped New York City councilman John Liu win the Democratic primary for controller on Tuesday.

Meet Sam Sussman: The straight college freshman is one of five gay rights activists competing for the chance to address the National Equality March in Washington, D.C.

Not "rape-rape": Whoopi Goldberg clarified remarks that she made about the Roman Polanski case involving sex with a minor.

Hands off:
Spectrum, the gay student group at the University of Miami, notified the university's school of education that it could not use the same name for its newsletter.

McCain "looking forward" to Palin memoir:
The 2008 Republican presidential nominee discussed the parts of the forthcoming Sarah Palin book he is excited to read.

Lewis to leave Bank of America:
Embattled CEO Ken Lewis said he would step down by the end of the year.

Salvo? Residents wonder whether a billboard with a subtle message supporting marriage equality will spark debate in Greensboro, N.C.

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