Florida welfare drug-test law: unconstitutional? On behalf of a Navy veteran who was denied assistance to help care for his 4-year-old son because he refused to take a drug test the state requires of welfare beneficiaries, the American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging that the requirement is unconstitutional.

Big Sexy: show sending the wrong message? Some say a show chronicling the adventures of plus-sized fashionistas is sending an unhealthy message to overweight women. Other say we should get over it.

Evelyn Lozada leaving Basketball Wives? Sources have told TMZ that the reality star was fed up with a VH1 blog that implied she had cheated on her fiancé, Chad Ochocinco, with Errell Owens, and might not be returning for the fourth season of the show.

Ruben Studdard supports black arts: The American Idol winner has contributed his voice to a new gospel album that benefits arts programs for young people at the Black Academy of Arts and Letters, a 250,000-square-foot, Dallas-based institution that's been in operation for 34 years and performs more than 100 productions annually in theater, music, film, dance and literary and visual arts.

In other news: Teens Arrested for Delaware Hate Crime.