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Levin Report

Minnesota Republican Warns Abortion Leads to Women Having Careers, Claims Pro-choice Advocates Are Always Playing “the Rape Card”

Matt Birk, a candidate for Lt. Governor, also made a “joke” about how it was wrong to give women the right to drive.
Congress

We’ll Find Out This Week Which Republicans Want to Take Away Contraception, Same-Sex and Interracial Marriage Rights

House Democrats are holding votes this week in the hope of enshrining such rights into law—and forcing Republicans to go on record with their opposition. On Tuesday, 157 Republicans opposed protecting same-sex marriage. 
Media

“We’re Probably Gonna Go to Court”: Media Outlets Lawyer Up to Get Uvalde Shooting Records

While journalists have already exposed police failures, national and local outlets are also uniting in an effort for greater transparency. The goal, says a lawyer behind the media coalition, is to “get as many answers as we possibly can for this community.”
Royals

Royals and the Spirit World

Throughout history, royals who have explored Eastern religions, astrology, mysticism, and occultism have been mocked and even imprisoned for their beliefs.
On the Scene

Pusha T Headlines the U.S. Debut for Kenzo’s Newest Creative Director, Nigo

To celebrate the brand’s newest drop, inspired by craftsmanship, Jaden Smith, Evan Mock, Julio Torres, and more filled the New Museum’s Sky Room.
Family Family Family

Alec Baldwin Defends His Enormous Family

Listen, it’s nice work if you can afford it.
The Snyder Cut

Snyder Cut Army Reportedly Buoyed by Bots and Fake Accounts

A report from Rolling Stone alleges that #ReleaseTheSnyderCut was bolstered by “a disproportionate number of bogus accounts.”
Splits

Chelsea Handler Pens an Ode to Her Ex in a Breakup Post

Breaking up is hard to do, even when you love the guy.