Kanye West goes full frontal (nsfw)?
NYC to restore $1M of the $1.88M cut from housing programs for HIV-positive NYers.
For the second time this year, the Memphis City Council will debate anti-discrimination protections for gay and lesbian municipal employees. In July, Councilwoman Janis Fullilove received four death threats after sponsoring the proposal. The bill was later withdrawn due to non-support.
MTV's Jersey Shore mocks trans women.
Apple pulls hateful and transphobic "PeekABooTranny" app.
Field Poll: Barbara Boxer leads Carly Fiorina by 8 points in California Senate race.
Chicago: Common to campaign with Obama on Saturday.
After 84 years, GM's once iconic Pontiac brand will "endure a lonely death on Sunday after about 40 million in sales. Its biggest triumph was the GTO ... in violation of a G.M. policy dictating the maximum size of a car’s engine. The GTO was a hit, and the age of the muscle car had begun. For most of the 1960s, Pontiac ranked third in sales behind Chevy and Ford — a position now held by Toyota. But in the decades since, Pontiac’s edge and high-powered image wore off. By early 2009, Pontiac had fallen to 12th place in the United States market, and its top-selling model was the G6, a sedan commonly found on car-rental lots."