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Equality Advocates: Supreme Court Could Begin Dismantling LGBTQ Rights, Protections Next Week

Equality Advocates: Supreme Court Could Begin Dismantling LGBTQ Rights, Protections Next Week

NEWS | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 28
Equality advocates fear that with the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court, a rapid dismantling of the rights and protections of LGBTQ Americans could get underway as soon as next week.

Love Blossoms Amid Pandemic, TikTok Turmoil for Two Creators

Love Blossoms Amid Pandemic, TikTok Turmoil for Two Creators

ENTERTAINMENT | By Leanne Italie | Oct 28
With love and pranks, Ian Paget and Chris Olsen are among millions of U.S. newbies looking to soak up social media stardom on TikTok.

Twitter's Latest Obsession? The Nike Jockstrap

Twitter's Latest Obsession? The Nike Jockstrap

STYLE | Oct 28
Has Lady Gaga's "Chromatica" jockstrap been replaced? According to Twitter, the latest undergarment to own is Nike's simple black jockstrap.

June Millington: Cofounder of Fanny, the Pioneering Women's Band, is Still Rockin'

June Millington: Cofounder of Fanny, the Pioneering Women's Band, is Still Rockin'

ARTS & CULTURE | By Gregg Shapiro | Oct 28
June Millington is the very definition of a living music legend. A founding member of celebrated '70s all-female rock band Fanny, Millington and her bandmates, including sister Jean, paved the way for everyone from the Runaways to the Go-Go's.

Twitter Drags Kim Kardashian West for 40th Birthday Celebration on Private Island During Pandemic

Twitter Drags Kim Kardashian West for 40th Birthday Celebration on Private Island During Pandemic

ENTERTAINMENT | Oct 28
Kim Kardashian West has once again caused a commotion on Twitter.

Watch: Inside Kathy Griffin's $15.9 Million Bel Air Crest Mansion

Watch: Inside Kathy Griffin's $15.9 Million Bel Air Crest Mansion

STYLE | Oct 28
Bought in 2016 and built three years prior, the comedian's guarded and gated estate is 3,330 square feet and features all the bells and whistles you'd expect in Bel Air.

A Third of Americans Have Lied to Their Significant Other About This

A Third of Americans Have Lied to Their Significant Other About This

NIGHTLIFE | Oct 28
A recent survey proves that many Americans still have a problem discussing issues of sexuality and intimacy.

Watch: Sam Smith Opens Up About Wanting Kids and Making Music

Watch: Sam Smith Opens Up About Wanting Kids and Making Music

ENTERTAINMENT | By Kilian Melloy | Oct 28
Non-binary British pop singer Sam Smith opened up to Zane Lowe in an interview for Apple Music about their third album and their hopes to have children.

Luke Evans Shares Steamy New Selfie Amid Speculation Over Split with Boyfriend

Luke Evans Shares Steamy New Selfie Amid Speculation Over Split with Boyfriend

ENTERTAINMENT | Oct 28
Fans are speculating if Luke Evans and his boyfriend Rafa Olarra have called it quits...but the "Beauty and the Beast" star is clearly living his best life, sharing a steamy shirtless selfie to Instagram Tuesday.

Scientists Warn Americans Are Expecting Too Much From a Vaccine

Scientists Warn Americans Are Expecting Too Much From a Vaccine

HEALTH/FITNESS | By Liz Szabo | Oct 28
The White House and many Americans have pinned their hopes for defeating the COVID-19 pandemic on a vaccine being developed at "warp speed." But some scientific experts warn they're all expecting too much, too soon.


News

Collins Votes Against Barrett, Heads Home to Save Senate Job

Collins Votes Against Barrett, Heads Home to Save Senate Job

POLITICS | By David Sharp | Oct 28
On Monday, Republican Sen. Susan Collins cast her vote against President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick without any speech and quickly headed home to Maine to try to save her political career.


Entertainment

Review: 'Fatima' Offers Hope, Lacks Faith

Review: 'Fatima' Offers Hope, Lacks Faith

MOVIES | By Michael Cox | Oct 28
Faith-based stories like this are the stuff that movie dreams are made of, because we love to live beyond the limits of our meager lives.


Business

Red State Retreat? LGBTQ Hosts Encourage Regional Travel

Red State Retreat? LGBTQ Hosts Encourage Regional Travel

By Merryn Johns | Oct 27
How comfortable would you be taking a road trip to a destination with no LGBTQ anti-discrimination laws? It's a conundrum that many LGBTQ travelers face as they choose drivable destinations over long-haul flights.


Technology

Telemedicine or In-Person Visit? Pros and Cons

Telemedicine or In-Person Visit? Pros and Cons

HEALTH | By Bernard J. Wolfson | Oct 28
The COVID-fueled surge has tapered off as patients venture back to doctors' offices. But medical professionals and health experts predict that when the pandemic is over, telehealth will still play a much larger role than before.


Cars

Automaker Daimler Rebounds after Lockdowns, Raises Outlook

Automaker Daimler Rebounds after Lockdowns, Raises Outlook

AUTO NEWS | By David McHugh | Oct 27
Daimler, the maker of Mercedes-Benz luxury cars and Freightliner trucks, saw third-quarter profit rebound as the company clamped down on costs and auto sales recovered after the coronavirus lockdowns.


Style

Illinois Governor Bans Indoor Dining as Virus Cases Surge

Illinois Governor Bans Indoor Dining as Virus Cases Surge

FOOD/DRINK | By John O'Connor | Oct 28
Surging COVID-19 cases in Chicago prompted Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Tuesday to ban indoor dining and bar services and limit the number of people gathering in one place.


Health/Fitness

If Trump Wins, Don't Hold Your Breath Waiting for That ACA Replacement Plan

If Trump Wins, Don't Hold Your Breath Waiting for That ACA Replacement Plan

HEALTH | By Julie Rovner | Oct 27
If President Donald Trump wins reelection next week, it seems unlikely he will unveil the health plan he's been promising since before his election in 2016. Still, other aspects of health care could be featured in his second-term agenda.


Travel

New York State of Mind: A Solo Gay Getaway

New York State of Mind: A Solo Gay Getaway

By Matthew Wexler | Oct 27
A solo trip to the Hudson Valley offers one writer the opportunity to ponder his queerness among cemeteries, towering sculptures and a stroll down Main Street.