Ugly Betty's America Ferrara is engaged.
World Cup: U.S. and Slovenia draw 2-2.
Supreme Court: Employers can monitor text messages.
After a grueling session on Capitol Hill, BP CEO Tony Hayward is relieved from "day-to-day responsibility for managing the disastrous oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico." Managing Director Robert Dudley will take over "daily operations" from the embattled Hayward.
Maid sues heiress over HIV test requirement.
Omarion and Marques Houston headline "Hip-Hop for HIV" concert in Dallas.
Global Fund to Fight AIDS freezes $300 million in HIV/AIDS funding to Zambia over corruption concerns.
Trial dates for the two Zimbabwe gay activists arrested and tortured in May: "The dates are 30 June and 1 July. The state appears to have separated the two based on the premise that Ignatius [Mhambi] will be charged for possession of a pornographic DVD and Ellen [Chademana] for 'pornographic material'."
Macy Gray talks Gaga.
Softball team banned from church league because coach is lesbian.
White House plans another LGBT Pride reception and the guest list is secret.
Louis Smith: Sometimes I do "it" in the car "or in the shower" but I usually don't in public.
Black gay fathers reflect on Father's Day.
Dallas Area Rapid Transit enrages LGBT community by mistakenly stripping away LGBT employment protections. "DART board members [attempted] to give final approval to a policy that purports to prohibit workplace discrimination on the basis of gender identity. But with a one-word switch in the new language, approved 11-2 in a committee of the whole meeting Tuesday night, the new policy would in fact extend no new protections to transgendered employees, gay rights activists say. What's more, they say it would strip away protections for gay and lesbian employees found in the existing board policy." Much more at the Dallas Voice.