"Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts revealed she was gay, expressing gratitude for her long-time girlfriend, Amber, in a Facebook post.
Don Lemon gives his take on the reveal and explains why it's still important for people to come out.
In a surprise Facebook post Sunday, "Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts publicly acknowledged that she's gay.
In the post, Roberts expressed gratitude for her long-time girlfriend, Amber, which was met with an outpouring of support from her fans.
Nischelle Turner reports on how the announcement has also opened a broader discussion about how celebrities speak about their sexual orientation.
CNN Contributor and ESPN columnist LZ Granderson, actor and GLAAD Spokesperson Omar Sharif Junior and radio host Stephanie Miller share their thoughts on Roberts' reveal.
Is it the end of Duck Dynasty?
The hit reality show and an estimated 400 million dollar empire may be in jeopardy as controversy continues to surround the show's star, Phil Robertson.
A new video surfaced Friday of Robertson calling homosexuals "God haters" during a sermon he gave in 2010.
A&E suspended Robertson for making controversial comments about blacks and homosexuality, but his family is standing by him.
In a statement they say, "We cannot imagine the show going forward without our patriarch at the helm. We are in discussions with A&E to see what that means for the future of Duck Dynasty."
Tom Foreman has the story.
Russia's sports minister says the country won't suspend its anti-gay laws during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, despite growing international pressure.
Why dumping vodka to protest anti-gay laws might not work
It means gay athletes, coaches and fans could be arrested and deported.
Kyung Lah spoke to some athletes who are speaking out against the law.