· Congressman: Army fires 11 soldiers in January for violating "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
· Seventeen-year-old lesbian senior files lawsuit against Indiana high school after principal says she cannot wear a tuxedo to the school’s prom. "The lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis says that the principal told the girl that, while the school’s dress code does not contain gender-based requirements, there is a special dress code for prom that requires female students to wear a formal dress."
· Governing body of the Presbyterian Church (USA) for Kentucky votes to overturn ban on gay ministers, marking "the first time a local presbytery rejected the ban, which has been in place since 1996." Meanwhile, gay adoption ban bill dies in Kentucky senate.
· Nick Cannon to become a father?
· Georgia Senate bill requires HIV testing among prison inmates prior to release.
· Popnography updates the GLAAD Awards: "This morning they announced that Clay Aiken will present entertainment mogul Tyra Banks with the Excellence in Media Award and T.R. Knight will present financial guru Suze Orman with the Vito Russo Award. Talk show host Phil Donahue will also receive a Special Recognition Award.