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Tony Awards and TV Special Hope to be the Jab Broadway Needs

By Mark Kennedy | Sunday Sep 26, 2021
The Oscars, Grammys, Emmys and Golden Globes have all held their ceremonies during the pandemic. Now it's time for the Tony Awards, celebrating an art form that really needs the boost — live theater.

Edmunds: 2022 Honda Civic Versus 2022 Toyota Corolla

By Mark Takahashi of Edmunds | Saturday Sep 25, 2021
Which small sedan is the better buy? Edmunds' experts compare the 2022 Civic and 2022 Corolla to find out.

10 Years after 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' Cadets See Progress

By Dave Collins | Saturday Sep 25, 2021
Marking the 10th anniversary this week of the end of "don't ask, don't tell," a new generation of military academy students say that their campuses are now tolerant, welcoming and inclusive for the most part — but that more work needs to be done.

'Marriage for All'? Swiss Voters to Decide Same-Sex Marriage

By Jamey Keaten | Saturday Sep 25, 2021
Voters in Switzerland will decide Sunday whether to allow same-sex marriages in the rich Alpine country, one of the few in Western Europe where gay and lesbian couples do not already have the right to wed.

Filmmaker Revisits Case that Challenged Her and Her 2 Moms

By Lynn Elber | Saturday Sep 25, 2021
Ry Russo-Young knew she had a story worth hearing, but it was one she was struggling to tell.

Elon Musk, Singer Grimes 'Semi-Separated' after Three Years

Saturday Sep 25, 2021
Elon Musk and singer Grimes have ended their romantic relationship after three years.

Watch: Harris 'View' Interview Delayed, Hosts Positive for COVID

By Jonathan Lemire and David Bauder | Friday Sep 24, 2021
A live televised interview with Vice President Kamala Harris was delayed on Friday after two hosts of the "The View" learned they tested positive for COVID-19 moments before they were to interview her.

X Ambassadors Push Boundaries with New Multimedia Project

By Mark Kennedy | Friday Sep 24, 2021
To say the third, full-length album from X Ambassadors has a lot going on would be a little bit of an understatement.

Oregon School Board Ban on Anti-Racist, LGBTQ Signs Draws Ire

Friday Sep 24, 2021
An Oregon school board has banned educators from displaying Black Lives Matter and gay pride symbols, prompting a torrent of recriminations and threats to boycott the town and its businesses.

Column: Nassib Coming Out Barely a Blip for Unbeaten Raiders

By Paul Newberry | Friday Sep 24, 2021
There are all sorts of storylines swirling around the Las Vegas Raiders. Know something you don't hear much about? Carl Nassib coming out.

Male Tennis Players Surveyed on LGBTQ+ Attitudes, Environment

Friday Sep 24, 2021
About 60 players on the men's professional tennis tour have taken part so far in an anonymous, online survey about LGBTQ+ issues.

Former ABC News Executive Says Chris Cuomo Harassed Her

Friday Sep 24, 2021
A veteran TV news executive says CNN anchor Chris Cuomo sexually harassed her by squeezing her buttocks at a party in 2005.

The AP Interview: Hungary Committed to Contentious LGBTQ+ Law

By Justin Spike | Friday Sep 24, 2021
The right-wing populist government in Hungary is attracting conservative thinkers from the United States who admire its approaches to migration, LGBTQ+ issues and national sovereignty.

A Blurred Movie Year Comes into Focus at New York Film Fest

By Jake Coyle | Friday Sep 24, 2021
A movie year of fits-and-starts, delays and reversals has sometimes been difficult to track. Knowing just where and how a new movie premieres has become a sport of its own.

Emporio Armani Celebrates 40 Years at Milan Fashion Week

By Colleen Barry | Friday Sep 24, 2021
Milan is once again basking in the joy of snarled traffic for Milan Fashion Week, a sneak peek at what real normalcy might look like one day.

NY Hospitals Fear Staff Shortage as Vaccine Deadline Looms

By Michael Hill, Bobby Caina Calvan | Friday Sep 24, 2021
Hospitals and nursing homes in New York are bracing for the possibility that a statewide COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers could lead to staff shortages when it takes effect Monday.

CDC Endorses COVID Booster for Millions of Older Americans

By Lauran Neergaard, Mike Stobbe | Friday Sep 24, 2021
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday endorsed booster shots for millions of older or otherwise vulnerable Americans, opening a major new phase in the U.S vaccination drive against COVID-19.

Some Argentines Turn to Unusual Pandemic Pets for Comfort

By Almudena Calatrava, Natacha Pisarenko | Thursday Sep 23, 2021
Millions of people have found solace during the pandemic in cuddling a dog or cat. For a few, comfort comes in other forms — those of a horse or a pig, perhaps a possum-like sugar glider or even a tarantula.

Tonys: Broadway Hopes to Razzle-Dazzle its Way Out Pandemic

By Mark Kennedy | Thursday Sep 23, 2021
Broadway is in need of a boost these days so it has smartly called on one of its most beloved, award-winning stage veterans for help — Audra McDonald.

At an Overrun ICU, 'The Problem is We Are Running Out of Hallways'

By Nick Ehli | Thursday Sep 23, 2021
Montana is a national hot spot for covid infections, recording the highest percentage increase in new cases over the past seven days.

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