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House Maintains Funding for Most HIV and Hepatitis Programs

House Maintains Funding for Most HIV and Hepatitis Programs

Jul 20
Last night, the HHS approved a funding bill that maintains funding for most domestic HIV and hepatitis programs, however it eliminates and cuts critical programs essential to addressing HIV/AIDS, including the Minority AIDS Initiative.

Watch: Fla. Drag Queen Talks Supporting Trump, Being 'Black-Balled' From Performing

Watch: Fla. Drag Queen Talks Supporting Trump, Being 'Black-Balled' From Performing

Jul 20
A Florida-based drag queen spoke with CNN about being a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump and how it has impacted her career.

Quigley Leads 32 Democrats in Sending Letter to FDA Urging End of Discriminatory Blood Ban

Quigley Leads 32 Democrats in Sending Letter to FDA Urging End of Discriminatory Blood Ban

Jul 20
U.S. Representative Mike Quigley led 32 Democratic colleagues in sending the FDA a letter urging them to update outdated restrictions on blood donation by MSM.

Owner of Dallas Eagle Announces Bid to Run for Texas Governor

Owner of Dallas Eagle Announces Bid to Run for Texas Governor

Jul 20
Could the owner of a famed Dallas leather bar and former International Mr. Leather be the answer to the Lone Star State's big anti-LGBT problem?

Watch: Gay NYC Councilman Among 155 Arrested Protesting GOP's Attempt to Dismantle Health Care

Watch: Gay NYC Councilman Among 155 Arrested Protesting GOP's Attempt to Dismantle Health Care

Jul 20
New York City Councilman Corey Johnson is gay and HIV positive. And he's not about to see congressional Republicans take healthcare away from millions of Americans in their latest attempt to eliminate much of President Obama's signature legislation.

Kentucky GOP Official Accused of Indecent Exposure in Restroom Resigns

Kentucky GOP Official Accused of Indecent Exposure in Restroom Resigns

Jul 20
Officials say a man who served as a county chairman for the Kentucky Republican Party has resigned after he was arrested in Tennessee on accusations he exposed himself in a restroom.

GOP Senators in Last-Ditch Try to Rescue Health Care Bill

GOP Senators in Last-Ditch Try to Rescue Health Care Bill

By Erica Werner and Alan Fram | Jul 20
Republican senators are hunkering down in a last-ditch attempt to prevent their own divisions from pushing their health care bill to oblivion.

Doctors: Sen. John McCain Has Brain Tumor

Doctors: Sen. John McCain Has Brain Tumor

By Donna Cassata | Jul 19
Arizona Sen. John McCain has been diagnosed with a brain tumor after doctors removed a blood clot above his left eye last week, his office said in a statement Wednesday.

Trump Declines Invitation to Speak at NAACP Convention

Trump Declines Invitation to Speak at NAACP Convention

By Ken Thomas | Jul 19
The White House said Tuesday that President Donald Trump has declined an invitation to speak at the NAACP's annual convention next week in Baltimore

White House Says It's Upset Over Chechen Leader's Remarks

White House Says It's Upset Over Chechen Leader's Remarks

Jul 19
The White House says it was concerned at remarks by the leader of Chechnya who suggested any gay people in his Russian republic should be shipped to Canada.

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