Actor Justice Smith took to his Instagram to show his solidarity and support for Black queer lives and Black trans lives while also coming out as queer. Smith, who has appeared in "Pokemon: Detective Pikachu," "The Get Down" and "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom," shared that he and "Queen Sugar" actor Nicholas Ashe are a couple. […]
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Young white men with long guns at George Floyd protests likely affiliated with far-right group Boogaloo
Some gun-toting men affiliated with far-right group Boogaloo offer protection. Others seek to incite violence between police and demonstrators.
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Jackson says he wanted to sign Kaepernick in 2017, but history doesn't agree.
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While we’re certainly fans of long walks on the sand and scenic hikes in the mountains, if we had to pick a favorite outdoor activity, it’d probably be eating. There’s just something extra special about sitting down with anticipation as the delicious fiery grill scent wafts just a few feet away. And is there anything more memorable than those endless summer dinner parties where the wine and conversation flows deep into the night? Which is precisely why the outdoor dining set is, arguably, one of the most important pieces you’ll ever purchase for your home. But while the summertime staple will certainly see a lot of action, it’s also prone to quite a bit of wear—which makes durability of utmost importance. To score one that’ll last for many summers to come, look for hardy materials like aluminum, teak, and all-weather resin wicker, and make sure you’re following the proper care guidelines (a furniture cover might be the next best thing you can purchase for your patio). Here, we rounded up 10 picks for every budget that combine style and strength into one delicious package.
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Video shows a man speeding after a group of young protesters in his SUV, then rushing them with blades strapped to his arm.
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Is it fair for Democrats to characterize Republicans or conservatives as racists or racially insensitive without taking their share of the blame?