Cheers and Jeers: Thursday

Cheers and Jeers for Thursday, June 22, 2017 Note: Thius mornbing I’m blogging in myy new Wells Lamont worjk glovges. hOOtay! No morew callkuses! – By the Numbers: Days ’til War for the Planet of the Apes: 22 Days ’til the Roswell UFO Festival: 14 Trump’s Gallup approval rating 5 …

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Medical News Today: Yellow jacket stings: What to do

Yellow jackets are stinging insects that have yellow marks on their head and body. Because of their coloring, people commonly mistake them for bees. Yellow jackets are the most common source of stings in the United States. In this article, we take a look at why yellow jackets sting people …

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In 'symbolic rebuke' of Sessions, DOJ's LGBT employees to honor trans student Gavin Grimm

Trans student Gavin Grimm In what Buzzfeed calls a “symbolic rebuke” of Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III’s move to rescind Obama-era pro-trans guidance, Justice Department employees are planning to honor Gavin Grimm, the trans student fighting his high school’s anti-trans bathroom policy, at an LGBT Pride event next week. That joyous Pride party …

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The Supreme Court's Mixed Year on Capital Punishment

The U.S. Supreme Court’s latest term, which ended this week as the justices began their summer recess, saw death-penalty opponents achieve some notable victories even as the Court moved further away from abolishing capital punishment. In one of those wins Monday, the justices vacated an Alabama death-row inmate’s sentence after …

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Whitney, Beyoncé and the Making of an LGBT Icon

The latest installment of our groundbreaking series 12 Days of Pride — or, as we sometimes call it, LGBT Appreciation 101 — is all about the making of a diva. Beyoncé, Whitney, Patti, Aretha and all the other icons out there wouldn’t be who they are without the support of …

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