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Dalai Lama honored on Capitol Hill: The spiritual leader received an award on Tuesday while President Obama faced criticism for not inviting him to the White House.
Plan ahead: Judy Shepard will be a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, when she will discuss her new book, The Meaning of Matthew.
Spotlight follows Hollywood's first openly gay studio chief: Attention continues to focus on Rich Ross, the new Disney studio chief.
Gay sleuths in strange lands: Three new novels share a theme.
Man vs. blood ban: Sued for lying about having sex with other men when he gave blood, a gay man has filed a countersuit against Canadian Blood Services, saying that its ban on blood donations from men who have sex with men violates his constitutional rights.
Old enmities die hard: Not everyone is thrilled about the proposal to reestablish diplomatic relations between Armenia and Turkey.
Anheuser-Busch InBev to sell amusement parks: The brewer will sell its 10 parks, include Sea World and Busch Gardens locations, to the Blackstone Group for as much as $2.7 billion.
Kanye was "standing up for art": Beyonce breaks her silence on last month's Video Music Awards uproar, saying that she understands what motivated Kanye West to interrupt Taylor Swift.
Egyptian newspaper editor charged withouting gays falsely: The editor of Al-Balagh Al-Gadeed was accused of publishing false reports that several high-profile actors were gay.
AT&T allows Skype for iPhone: The leading American cell phone provider will permit iPhone users to use Skype on its cellular network, clearing the way for less expensive local and international calls.
Eye on Poland: Conservatives in Europe are monitoring their counterparts in Poland's Law and Justice party for evidence of homophobia.