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From the geniuses at Harvard: Cake in a can

A lot of brilliant ideas have come out of Harvard. This isn't one of them.

LGBT advocates in Kyrgyzstan seeking help against pending anti-gay bill harsher than Russia’s

LGBT advocates in the Kyrgyz Republic, also known as Kyrgyzstan, are asking activists around the world to help keep an anti-gay bill even harsher than Russia’s from becoming law.

A chronological history of Tom Cruise lawsuits

Tom Cruise has dealt with his share of scandal and tabloid gossip. Here's a chronological rundown of his day(s) in court.

Lead House sponsor of ENDA submits new draft with narrower religious exemption

The House’s lead sponsor for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) has rewritten a portion of the bill to narrow its religious exemption.

Colorado judge strikes down state's ban on marriage equality but stays ruling

Colorado's battle for marriage equality continues. On Wednesday a judge ruled the state's ban on gay marriage unconstitutional, but he's staying the ruling until the case is appealed.

The rise and fall and rise again of Germany's most misunderstood shoe

Once the preferred footwear of granola-crunching liberals, Birkenstocks have undergone a miraculous conversion into fashion-forward apparel.

Kenyan high court orders legal recognition of transgender rights group

A Kenyan high court has ruled in favor of a transgender rights group, forcing the nation’s Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) coordination board to grant them recognition.

What the Beyonce, Jay-z rumor mill says about hip hop

As the blogosphere buzzes with rumors of Beyonce and Jay-Z's "divorce," it's time to ask ourselves: Why do we think hip hop artists are for real?

Celebrity pet match...unleashed

There's an old saying that people look like their pets. Put that to the test by matching these Instagram furries with their famous owners.

Exclusive: Hillary Hall on being Colorado's last holdout for marriage equality

In a dot429 exclusive, Hillary Hall talks about what it's like to be the last clerk issuing same-sex marriage licenses in the battleground of Colorado, and why it'll take more than a lawsuit to keep her down.

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