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GOP Worries Trump's Divisive June Imperils Senate Control

GOP Worries Trump's Divisive June Imperils Senate Control

BUSINESS | By Alan Fram | Jul 7
President Donald Trump's June began with his Bible-clutching photo op outside a church after authorities used chemicals and batons to scatter peaceful demonstrators. It never got less jarring or divisive.

Indiana Officials Investigate Report of Assault on Black Man

Indiana Officials Investigate Report of Assault on Black Man

NEWS | By Casey Smith | Jul 7
A Black man says a group of white men assaulted him and threatened to "get a noose" after claiming that he and his friends had trespassed on private property as they gathered at an Indiana lake.

Celebrate The Unique Woman's Coalition with Big Freedia & Other Black Trans Artists

Celebrate The Unique Woman's Coalition with Big Freedia & Other Black Trans Artists

The Unique Woman's Coalition announced that it will be holding their virtual fundraiser event Unique Woman's Coalition Community Celebration on July 11 at 3pm PT / 6pm ET. The event will feature musical performances from notable black trans artists.

Watch: Norma LaRue? — Chi Chi Vows a Comeback

Watch: Norma LaRue? — Chi Chi Vows a Comeback

Porn director and drag personality Chi Chi LaRue was recently suspended from directing adult features from two studios after accusations of sexually abusing an adult actor. But, like Norma Desmond, she vows a comeback.

Netflix Renews 'Dead to Me' for Third and Last Season

Netflix Renews 'Dead to Me' for Third and Last Season

"Dead to Me" will return to Netflix for a third and final season.

Report: 'Big Brother' to Return for All-Star Season Amid Pandemic

Report: 'Big Brother' to Return for All-Star Season Amid Pandemic

"Big Brother" will return for its 22nd season, which will be an all-stars edition, amid the pandemic, according to TMZ.

White Woman Charged After Racist Central Park Confrontation

White Woman Charged After Racist Central Park Confrontation

NEWS | Jul 6
A white woman who called the police during a videotaped dispute with a Black man over walking her dog without a leash in Central Park was charged Monday with filing a false police report.

What is the Queerest House in Cambridge? Find out in ZOOM Discussion

What is the Queerest House in Cambridge? Find out in ZOOM Discussion

Join The History Project and Hilary Iris Lowe of Temple University and Nicole Mello of the Longfellow House - Washington's Headquarters National Historic site for a presentation on house museums and a case study of the interpretation of LGBTQ+ history.

Watch: Twitter Reacts to July 4th Partying on Fire Island as Attendee Recovering from COVID Lashes Out

Watch: Twitter Reacts to July 4th Partying on Fire Island as Attendee Recovering from COVID Lashes Out

NEWS | Jul 6
Photos and videos of people partying, which were purportedly taken at the gaycation hotspot Fire Island in New York, went viral over the July 4th weekend.

This Week with The Gronk: Butt Balloon Bursting

This Week with The Gronk: Butt Balloon Bursting

After his graceful turn dancing with a rainbow ribbon, Rob Gronkowksi (aka The Gronk) returned to the CBS show "Game On" where he attempted to make Guinness Book of World Records history this week.


Business

Virus Loans Helped Entities Tied to Trump Evangelical Allies

Virus Loans Helped Entities Tied to Trump Evangelical Allies

FINANCE | By Elana Schor | Jul 7
Churches connected to President Trump and his evangelical advisers received at least $17.3 million in loans from a federal rescue package designed to aid small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.


Finance

If You've Lost Your Health Plan In The COVID Crisis, You've Got Options

If You've Lost Your Health Plan In The COVID Crisis, You've Got Options

HEALTH | By Julie Appleby | Jun 19
Some newly unemployed people are taking advantage of special enrollment periods to sign up for plans offered on the Affordable Care Act's insurance marketplaces, while others find they qualify for Medicaid.


Style

As Paris Fashion Week is Streamed, Critics Look to Future

As Paris Fashion Week is Streamed, Critics Look to Future

FASHION | By Thomas Adamson | Jul 6
After first canceling the July shows for menswear and Haute Couture, the French fashion federation has now organized an unprecedented schedule of digital-only events instead.


Health/Fitness

AIDS Report: Kids are Lagging and COVID-19 is Harming Care

AIDS Report: Kids are Lagging and COVID-19 is Harming Care

AIDS | By Marilynn Marchione | Jul 6
New numbers on the global AIDS epidemic show some big successes, such as fewer deaths and new infections. But there are also some tragic failures: Only half the children with HIV, the virus that causes the disease, are getting treatment.


Travel

Mona Lisa Back at Work, Visitors Limited, as Louvre Reopens

Mona Lisa Back at Work, Visitors Limited, as Louvre Reopens

Paris' Louvre Museum, which houses the world's most famous portrait, reopened Monday after a four-month coronavirus lockdown and without its usual huge throngs.


Nightlife

LGBTQ Nightlife in NYC Faces a Long Road Ahead

LGBTQ Nightlife in NYC Faces a Long Road Ahead

BARS | By Matthew Wexler | Jul 5
"The outpouring of love and donations on the various platforms has been incredible. But we need continued support until we reopen," says Henrietta Hudson owner Lisa Cannistraci. "I'm not going to lose the bar. I'm not going to let it happen."