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Stonewall Generation Confronts Old Age, Sickness — And Discrimination

Stonewall Generation Confronts Old Age, Sickness — And Discrimination

HEALTH/FITNESS | By JoNel Aleccia, Melissa Bailey | May 23
LGBTQ baby boomers, dubbed "the Stonewall Generation," came of age just as the 1969 New York uprising galvanized a push for gay rights. After living through an era of unprecedented social change, they're facing new challenges as they grow old.

Watch: Madonna Releases Music Vid for New Song 'Crave' Featuring Swae Lee

Watch: Madonna Releases Music Vid for New Song 'Crave' Featuring Swae Lee

ENTERTAINMENT | May 23
Madonna is releasing another music video for a song off her forthcoming album "Madame X."

Mormon County Commissioner in Utah Comes Out as Gay

Mormon County Commissioner in Utah Comes Out as Gay

NEWS | By Morgan Smith | May 23
Republican lawmaker Nathan Ivie says it took him more than 20 years to come to terms with his identity.

South Dakota Governor Not Planning to Stop Inmate Execution

South Dakota Governor Not Planning to Stop Inmate Execution

NEWS | By Jeff Baenen | May 23
The governor of South Dakota says she does not plan to stop the execution of a death row inmate who claims jurors were biased against him because he's gay.

Kenya Court to Rule if Gay Relations are Criminal Acts

Kenya Court to Rule if Gay Relations are Criminal Acts

NEWS | By Tom Odula | May 23
On the eve of what could be a landmark ruling in Kenya on whether same-sex relations are crimes, gay rights activist and gospel singer Joji Baro says he is has no intention of returning home to the East African country.

Sciamma's 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' Sends Cannes Swooning

Sciamma's 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' Sends Cannes Swooning

ENTERTAINMENT | By Jake Coyle | May 23
Since her shimmering, shattering period romance "Portrait of a Lady on Fire" premiered to rapturous acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, its director Céline Sciamma has had some time to consider the passionate response.

Daniel Craig to Undergo Minor Ankle Surgery for Bond Injury

Daniel Craig to Undergo Minor Ankle Surgery for Bond Injury

ENTERTAINMENT | May 23
James Bond is out of commission for a few weeks. Star Daniel Craig is undergoing minor ankle surgery after sustaining an injury while filming the 25th installment in the franchise in Jamaica.

No Charges for Actor Rick Schroder After Abuse Reports

No Charges for Actor Rick Schroder After Abuse Reports

NEWS | May 23
Prosecutors have declined to file charges against actor Rick Schroder after an arrest on suspicion of domestic violence.

Michael Avenatti Charged with Defrauding Stormy Daniels

Michael Avenatti Charged with Defrauding Stormy Daniels

NEWS | May 23
Michael Avenatti, the attorney who rocketed to fame through his representation of porn star Stormy Daniels in her battles with President Donald Trump, was charged Wednesday with ripping her off.

Trump's Campaign Centered on Fighting Democrats, Not Policy

Trump's Campaign Centered on Fighting Democrats, Not Policy

NEWS | By Zeke Miller and Jonathan Lemire | May 23
President Trump dropped the pretense of working with congressional Democrats and sent a clear message that his re-election campaign will be centered on condemning overzealous investigations rather than advancing a robust domestic policy agenda.


Entertainment

Celebrating 25 Years, Keith Lockhart on Headliners for Pops Fourth of July Spectacular

Celebrating 25 Years, Keith Lockhart on Headliners for Pops Fourth of July Spectacular

MUSIC | By Sam Cronin | May 22
Keith Lockhart has been conducting the Boston Pops Fourth of July Spectacular for the past 25 years since taking over the orchestra from John Williams. EDGE spoke to the conductor about this year's guests, who include Queen Latifah and Arlo Guthrie.


Business

Yes or No: Who's in Charge? Power Struggles Roil Washington

Yes or No: Who's in Charge? Power Struggles Roil Washington

LEGAL | By Laurie Kellman | May 23
Freshman Rep. Katie Porter, a California Democrat, lawyer and expert in foreclosure law, asked Carson whether he knew the housing term "REO." Carson seemed to think she was referring to a popular chocolate sandwich cookie.


Technology

Research on Children's Health Risks in Doubt over EPA Funds

Research on Children's Health Risks in Doubt over EPA Funds

SCIENCE | By Ellen Knickmeyer | May 23
Long-running research projects credited with discoveries about the harm that pesticides, air pollution and other hazards pose to children are in jeopardy or shutting down because the Environmental Protection Agency will not commit to their funding.


Finance

Getting Real About Health Costs in Retirement

Getting Real About Health Costs in Retirement

HEALTH | By Liz Weston, NerdWallet | May 21
You won't pay for health care in retirement with one lump sum. That's the way these expenses are often presented, though, and the amounts are terrifying.


Cars

Report: Many Uber, Lyft Drivers Fail to Respond to Recalls

Report: Many Uber, Lyft Drivers Fail to Respond to Recalls

AUTO NEWS | By Cathy Bussewitz | May 22
One out of six Uber and Lyft drivers in the New York City and Seattle areas are driving vehicles with outstanding recalls, according to Consumer Reports.


Style

'Chick-fil-A' Bill Reignites LGBT Opposition in Texas

'Chick-fil-A' Bill Reignites LGBT Opposition in Texas

NATIONAL | By Paul J. Weber | May 22
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signaled he will sign legislation that Republicans say is a defense of Chick-fil-A and religious freedom, but gay lawmakers sometimes tearfully railed against it on the House floor as a license to discriminate.


Travel

6 Brazilian Tourists Die of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Chile

6 Brazilian Tourists Die of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Chile

May 23
Six Brazilian tourists were found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning Wednesday inside an old apartment where they were staying in central Santiago.


Nightlife

GLSEN Respect Awards @ Cipriani 42nd Street :: May 20, 2019

GLSEN Respect Awards @ Cipriani 42nd Street :: May 20, 2019

PHOTO ALBUMS | May 21
The annual GLSEN Respect Awards were held at Cipriani 42nd Street to honor the work of student leaders, educators, community organizers, influencers, and corporations who serve as exemplary role models and have made an impact on LGBTQ youth.