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HIV Cure Closer After Scientists Remove Virus's DNA From Living Tissue

AIDS | By EDGE | May 31
Scientists have managed to remove DNA of the HIV virus from living tissue for the first time in a breakthrough that could lead to an outright cure.

Cynthia Nixon Honorary Chair For Trinity Place Shelter Fundraiser

FAMILY | By EDGE | May 31
On June 1, Cynthia Nixon will host the 10th Anniversary Fundraiser for the Trinity Place Shelter for homeless LGBTQ youth, along with host Bianca Del Rio.

'Finding Dory' May Feature Pixar's First Lesbian Couple

FAMILY | May 31
The new trailer for Disney-Pixar's "Finding Dory" is causing a big stir online.

LGBT Police Group Declines Honor at Philly Pride Parade

PRIDE | May 31
A group representing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender police officers has declined to serve as grand marshals of Philadelphia's LGBT Pride parade.

'Sense8' Cast Spotted Making Out During Sao Paulo Pride

PRIDE | May 31
Cast members from Netflix's "Sense8" were spotted locking lips during Sao Paulo Pride in Brazil Sunday.

Out of Africa: 'I Am Cait' Pulled From Nigerian TV

Africa's largest satellite television platform which operates under the DStv brand in Nigeria, pulled "I Am Cait," the reality series featuring Caitlyn Jenner, from its local E! Entertainment channel after complaints from Nigeria's broadcast regulator.

Chicago Restaurant's Bathroom Vandalized With 'Die Fags' Graffiti

CRIME | May 31
A popular and LGBT-friendly restaurant in Chicago's Andersonville neighborhood was vandalized over the weekend when violent and anti-gay graffiti that read "die fags" was spray painted in its bathroom.

LGBT Civil Rights Summit Announces Plans for 2016 Democratic National Convention

Against the backdrop of a major, national audience, Equality Forum, the nation's oldest LGBT civil rights summit, announced plans today for this year's summit to be held July 25 through July 28 during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

Animal Rights Activists Disrupt Sanders Rally in Oakland

A group of animal rights activists briefly interrupted a Bernie Sanders rally in Northern California when they jumped barricades and tried to rush the podium.

Director: Zoo Safe Despite Shooting of Gorilla to Save Boy

NATIONAL | By Dan Sewell | May 31
The director of the Cincinnati Zoo says it remains safe for its 1.6 million annual visitors despite a weekend tragedy in which a gorilla was fatally shot to protect a 4-year-old boy who had entered its exhibit.

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