Rio de Janeiro gets its first female police chief.
Boehner punts on GOP effort to complicate DADT repeal: "We’ll see what the committee recommends."
California TV weatherman pleads guilty to lewd act.
NBA All Star Weekend begins and Blake Griffin loses a friend to cancer. "When reporters entered the locker room after the [Timberwolves] game, Griffin's [head] was in his hands after receiving a phone call and he was sobbing. Griffin, who is scheduled to compete in the dunk contest on Saturday, did not speak to reporters."
Edmonton: Soldier sentenced to 12 months for punching gay man and bragging about it on Facebook.
Marsha Ambrosius discusses her new album and the fantastic new video for "Far Away". "For two openly gay males—black males at that—to be shown in [that] light was a very surreal moment for many. A point in making the video was to [show] they were happy and in love and open to loving one another in front of whomever, and to establish their relationship outside of what the world thought; they thought the world of each other."