New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino caused a stir with anti-gay remarks Sunday while speaking to an Orthodox Jewish group.
Paladino said, "My children and your children will be much better off and much more successful getting married and having a family and I don't want them to be brainwashed into thinking that homosexuality is an equally valid or successful option, it isn't."
Paladino offered no apologies for his comments.
And eight New York gang members were arraigned Sunday with a ninth still on the run in the brutal beatings of two teen boys and a 30-year-old man after they admitted to being gay.
In Chile, rescue crews celebrated as they broke through to the 33 miners trapped underground for two months. American Jeff Hart from Colorado operated the drill.
Hart said, "It's unbelievable, there is no words to explain it. It's unbelievable - it's a pleasure to be here, I will never do anything this important."
Las Vegas wedding chapels were filled with couples eager to tie the not on 10-10-10. It is said to be the busiest wedding day since 7-7-07.
A man in Houston, Texas was sentenced by a judge to hold a sign in public reading: "I am a thief. I stole $250,000 from the Harris Country crime victim's fund. Daniel Mireles." Mireles must hold the sign for five hours every weekend for the next six years.