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Orlando Charities Learn From Prior Mass Killings Mistakes

By Pat Eaton-Robb | Aug 27
In the days after the June 12 attack on the Pulse nightclub, other victims of mass shootings reached out to the survivors and their families to ensure that mistakes made with charity efforts after previous attacks were not repeated.

Nate Parker Talks Male Privilege, Consent in New Interview

Aug 27
Nate Parker, the actor-director dealing with a 17-year-old rape case casting a storm over his new film and career, opened up about the incident in a new interview.

Scams & Waste Loom as Charity Millions Donated After Orlando

By Jeff Donn | Aug 27
The more than 430 fundraisers posted on the GoFundMe website after the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando have exposed weaknesses inherent in these popular do-it-yourself charity campaigns: waste, questionable intentions and little oversight.

Nevada Becomes One of Trump's Big Hopes for Swing State Win

By Nicholas Riccardi | Aug 27
Russ Wheeler bears the financial scars of Nevada's lost decade, and he hopes Donald Trump can heal them.

'Finding Prince Charming' Star's Rentboy.com Profile, Nudes Surface

Aug 27
Screen shots of "Finding Prince Charming" star Robert Sepulveda Jr.'s defunct Rentboy.com profile and nudes have surfaced online as the gay dating show gears up.

Jesse Metcalfe Revels In Real-Life Romance, Music On TV

By Lynn Elber | Aug 27
Jesse Metcalfe is stretching himself artistically as a musician and, on the side, as a jewelry designer.

Linda Thompson Writes of Love, Loss and What She's Learned

By Alicia Rancilio | Aug 27
Linda Thompson, who lived with Elvis Presley and was married to Caitlyn Jenner, has kept the details of her high-profile relationships private over the years.

As Trump Courts Latinos, Clinton Links Him to Radical Fringe

By Jonathan Lemire and Lisa Lerer | Aug 27
Donald Trump met with about two dozen Latino supporters in Nevada to discuss strategies for boosting Hispanic turnout in the swing state, part of his effort to make the case his economic policies would be better for small minority-owned businesses.

US: Clinton Calendars Won't Be Released Until After Election

By Ted Bridis | Aug 27
Months after a federal judge ordered the State Department to release monthly batches of the daily schedules showing meetings by Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of state, the government told the AP it won't finish the job before Election Day.

Transgender North Carolinians Get Restroom-Access Win

By Jonathan Drew and Emery P. Dalesio | Aug 27
A federal judge ruled two students and an employee must be allowed to use restrooms matching their gender identity at University of North Carolina campuses.

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