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Geraldo Rivera and wife Erica have dueling political signs on their front lawn
It’s the war of the Riveras!
Flashy Fox newsman Geraldo Rivera and his wife, Erica, are at odds over the presidential election, he told Page Six — and their political battle has been played out on their front lawn for all to see.
Geraldo Rivera and wife Erica have dueling political signs on their front lawn
KKK Hoods Are Apparently the New COVID-19 Fashion Statement
Police in Colorado are seeking the public’s help to identify a man who went grocery shopping while wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood this weekend, though a similar case in San Diego recently ended with the police throwing up their hands and going, “This is America.”
Some white people have used their privilege to respond to the current COVID-19 pandemic by refusing to follow public health orders to wear masks and not go out to get bad haircuts.
WATCH: America has a spiritual problem not a gun problem
On Tuesday's episode of the "White House Brief," Jon Miller discussed his disgust with the political talking points in the days following the mass killings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, and why video games do not create mass murderers.
Miller addressed the sickness of a nation when politicians refuse to allow Americans time to process the tragic loss inflicted by mass murderers without inserting their talking points.
One such talking point was the theory that video games created a culture that celebrated violence. Both Joe Biden and even President Donald Trump cited video games as a cause of violence among youth. However, study after study proves that there is no correlation between mass killings and video games.
SORRY, DEMOCRATS, BUT TRUMP DIDN'T CAUSE THE TRAGEDIES IN EL PASO AND DAYTON / OPINION
Students accused of sexual harassment sue California universities
He was a University of California graduate student who said he dated another student twice — and was shocked when she accused him of stalking and sexual harassment in a Title IX complaint in 2017.
The UC system substantiated her allegations, he said, and suspended him for two years in June 2017, reducing the sanction to three months on appeal.
But the accused student is fighting back — not only for himself but for potentially hundreds of others, predominantly men, in similar straits.
Kicked out, spat on and abused, new UK shelter helps LGBT+ homeless
LONDON, May 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Apart from being spat on and urinated on when he slept rough in London for over a year, 52-year-old Chabahn had to contend with another daily threat: being abused and attacked for his sexuality.
Chabahn, who is gay but kept it hidden on the streets, said living with HIV was an additional burden that some mainstream shelters did not have the capacity to support him with.
"When it comes to being LGBT, the amount of discrimination on the street is rather high. There is no safety, you have to fend for yourself," said Chabahn, who declined to give his full name.
"You have to become a very good actor and you have to be someone that you are not."
YouTube star Riyadh Khalaf calls out LGBT bullying
The stunning toll of Boy Scout sex abuse: More than 12,200 reported victims
Sexual abuse survivors sue the Vatican over predatory U.S. priests
Catholic school music director sought sex with undercover cop posing as teen: affidavit
The Latest: Bishop says church was not trying to hide files
Erdogan accuses women's march of disrespecting Islam
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday accused a women’s march in central Istanbul on Friday of disrespecting Islam by booing the Islamic call to prayer.
Several thousand women had gathered in central Istanbul on Friday evening for a march to celebrate International Women’s Day but police fired tear gas to disperse them.
In an election rally broadcast on television on Sunday, Erdogan showed a video taken during the protest, showing women chanting while a nearby mosque was reciting the call to prayer.
Adolf Hitler was bisexual, according to a declassified 1942 intelligence profile
A declassified profile of Adolf Hitler said that he was “both homosexual and hetero-sexual.”
The document, compiled by the Office of Strategic Services in 1942, is a long profile of the personal life of the Nazi dictator. The 70-page document was declassified in 2000, but the British tabloid Daily Star just reported on the references to Hitler’s sexuality in it.
Calling Adolf Hitler ‘bisexual’ as slander against LGBTQ people
Todrick Hall Unleashes on Ex-Boyfriend in Epic Instagram Break-Up Story to His 1.2 Million Followers
Todrick Hall knows how to tell a tale, and his ex-boyfriend was on the receiving end of one on Tuesday after the dancer/singer/actor/director/drag queen/choreographer/songwriter/YouTuber unleashed on him in an epic Instagram story to his 1.2 million followers.
Police Removed A Texas Yard Sign Showing A GOP Elephant With Its Trunk Up A Woman's Skirt
Police in Texas removed an anti-Republican political sign from a woman's yard Tuesday night last week, amid nationwide rancor over the Senate's vote on Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Woman pleads guilty to letting boyfriend molest daughter
A northeastern Indiana woman has admitted to charges that she allowed her boyfriend to molest her daughter, leaving the child pregnant at age 10.
The 33-year-old Marion woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of neglect, aiding child molesting and assisting a criminal. She agreed to accept a sentence of 20 years in prison and five years of probation.
The woman admitted during Tuesday's hearing that her daughter told her that the boyfriend, 34-year-old Nicholas Deon Thrash, was molesting her, yet continued to let him live with them, the Chronicle Tribune reported. The woman did not report the molestation or her daughter's pregnancy to authorities.
Busy Philipps reveals she was raped at 14 amid Dr. Ford hearing
All high school boys are sexual predators, according to Republican women
LINDSEY GRAHAM TO WOMAN REPORTING RAPE: ‘I’M SO SORRY. YOU NEEDED TO GO TO THE COPS’
How to help survivors of sexual assault
Fox News' Chris Wallace Says Kavanaugh Accuser's Story Elicited Revelations from His Daughters
Kathy Griffin lashes out at Tomi Lahren for Michelle Obama comment: ‘Go fuck yourself’
Comedian Kathy Griffin lashed out at Fox News commentator Tomi Lahren after she told former first lady Michelle Obama to "sit down" when she called her husband a great president.
Griffin shot back at Lahren for the comments, telling the commentator to “go f--- yourself.”
“‘Sit down, Michelle’ Tomi Lahren says,” Griffin began in a tweet earlier this week. “Oh really you dime store Barbie?”
“Mrs. Obama may go high, but I certainly won’t,” the comedian continued, noting one of the former first lady's well-known phrases. “Go f--- yourself, Tomi. You evil, horrible shell of a human being.”
There’s an outbreak of LGBTQ Republicans running for office in Connecticut
This year’s elections have seen a record number of LGBTQ candidates running for office. Not surprisingly, the vast majority of them are running as Democrats.
In a surprising twist, Connecticut is setting a different kind of record: six openly gay or lesbian candidates are running as Republicans for seats in the state Assembly.
A judge shut down a frivolous ‘Christian flag’ lawsuit & gave the plaintiffs hell
A federal judge denied a Christian conservative organization’s request for an injunction to fly the Christian flag at Boston’s city hall.
In front of City Hall in Boston, there are three flagpoles. One has the American flag, another flies the Massachusetts flag, and the third usually has the Boston flag on it but sometimes flies a flag associated with an event in the city.
It’s the third flagpole that really bothers Christian conservatives. That pole sometimes flies flags that they don’t like, like the flags of “Communist China and Cuba” (yes, their lawsuit really refers to China and Cuba in that way).
Supreme Court rejects request from Catholic foster care non-profit that refused to certify married same-sex couples
Fired racist demands unemployment because Trump made hate speech okay
Despite the administration’s denials that Donald Trump is blatantly racist, the rest of the country hears him loud and clear. Even worse, many of his supporters have started emulating him.
We’ve seen neo-Nazis rally in the street, an increase in hate crimes, and white people across the country verbally assaulting people of color regularly. So is it any surprise that some folks feel emboldened to freely express racist insults like their mentor?
Angela Diers, an Iowa woman who was fired for loudly telling her co-workers that she hated “f–king Mexicans,” is fighting for unemployment benefits, claiming that Trump’s election has made hate speech okay in the workplace.
A California comedian is getting sued for hosting a women-only comedy show
After hosting a women-only comedy event in California last month, comedian Iliza Shlesinger has been served a discrimination lawsuit by a man who was turned away at the door.
According to Variety, 21-year-old George St. George claims in the suit that he purchased a $30 ticket to a show Shlesinger hosted on Nov. 13 at Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles, which had been advertised as “No Boys Allowed.” Undeterred, St. George and a male friend arrived at the show anyway, only to be first told that they could sit in the back row and then eventually denied entry entirely.