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World Leaders and Royalty Among Line-Up for Online Global Pride Event

Showdown: Law-and-Order President Versus Protesters

A worldwide LGBTQIA+ Pride event has announced the first wave of speakers and acts appearing at the online event on June 27, expected to attract up to 300 million viewers.

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Announcing KindRED Pride Foundation's Virtual Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Gay Disney

Announcing KindRED Pride Foundation's Virtual Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Gay Disney

Jun 3
To kick off Pride Month, the KindRED Pride Foundation announces two events on June 6: The RED Shirt Challenge, and a 12-Hour Virtual Celebration.

Witnesses Question 'Suicide by Cop' Narrative in Trans Suspect's Slaying

Witnesses Question 'Suicide by Cop' Narrative in Trans Suspect's Slaying

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 3
Initial reports made the "suicide by cop" shooting of Natosha "Tony" McDade in Tallahassee, Florida, seem cut and dried, but now some are raising questions.

Watch: 'Pose' Star, Trans Activist Angelica Ross Goes Viral for Powerful Message About Racism in Police Force

Watch: 'Pose' Star, Trans Activist Angelica Ross Goes Viral for Powerful Message About Racism in Police Force

Jun 3
"Pose" star and transgender activist Angelica Ross is going viral on Twitter this week for a powerful message about racism within the U.S. police force.

After 'Glee' Costar Said She Made Work 'a Living Hell,' Lea Michele Loses Sponsorship, Apologizes

After 'Glee' Costar Said She Made Work 'a Living Hell,' Lea Michele Loses Sponsorship, Apologizes

Jun 3
After being called out on Twitter by former "Glee" costar Samantha Marie Ware, and then losing a sponsorship deal with the meal-kit company Hello Fresh, Lea Michele is apologizing for her past behavior.

Hiring A Diverse Army To Track COVID-19 Amid Reopening

Hiring A Diverse Army To Track COVID-19 Amid Reopening

By Carmen Heredia Rodriguez, Anna Almendrala | Jun 3
Health departments across the U.S. are working at a furious pace to staff their armies of contact tracers to control the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

Iowa Voters Oust Rep. King, Shunned for Insensitive Remarks

Iowa Voters Oust Rep. King, Shunned for Insensitive Remarks

By Thomas Beaumont | Jun 3
Republicans in northwest Iowa ousted Rep. Steve King in Tuesday's primary, deciding they've had enough of the conservative lightning rod known for making incendiary comments about immigrants and white supremacy throughout his nearly 20 years in Congress.

Nation's Streets Calmest in Days, Protests Largely Peaceful

Nation's Streets Calmest in Days, Protests Largely Peaceful

By Zeke Miller and Tim Sullivan | Jun 3
Protests were largely peaceful and the nation's streets were calmer than they have been in days since the killing of George Floyd set off demonstrations.

With Wins in 7 States and DC, Biden Closes in on Nomination

With Wins in 7 States and DC, Biden Closes in on Nomination

By Steve Peoples | Jun 3
Joe Biden is on the cusp of formally securing the Democratic presidential nomination after winning hundreds more delegates in primary contests that tested the nation's ability to run elections while balancing a pandemic and sweeping social unrest.

Late-Night Hosts Say Fighting Racism Means More than Talk

Late-Night Hosts Say Fighting Racism Means More than Talk

By David Bauder | Jun 3
Six of America's late-night television comedy hosts — five of them white men — turned serious after the nation's weekend of unrest following the death of George Floyd to suggest they and others need to do more than talk about racism.

The American Story, Splintered, and Those Vying to Tell it

The American Story, Splintered, and Those Vying to Tell it

By Ted Anthony | Jun 3
What does the United States of America mean?

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