Jurassic World scores biggest box office opening in history.
Seattle’s gay mayor Ed Murray rejects calls to boycott Israel, saying “I encourage any country that supports LGBT people.”
Katherine Waterston has been cast as the female lead role in the upcoming Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them starring Eddie Redmayne.
Dancer James Jordan speaks out against same-sex dancing pairs on BBC dancing competition Strictly Come Dancing. “If they want to, go and do their own competitions, but ballroom dancing is about a man dancing with a woman – that’s fact.”
Martin O’Malley looks like a strong contender for the 2016 Swimsuit Contest.
Think Progress picks apart the Southern Baptist Convention’s new plan to avoid future LGBT rights laws by pretending receptionists are “ministers.”
Janet Jackson announces new world tour Unbreakable.
Rachel Dolezal resigns as president of the NAACP’s Spokane chapter.
Seth MacFarlane deflects question about his 2009 Caitlyn Jenner Family Guy prediction. “Once the outrage industry shuts down, I will be happy to have an adult conversation about all of this stuff anytime anyone wants, but, even though I’m on the side of support, I just don’t think there’s any way to … you just got to play it safe because the climate is just too charged. Anything I say can and will be used against me.”
Chris Pratt has already signed on for the Jurassic World sequel.
Florida man captures photo of raccoon riding alligator.
The Washington Post‘s Jonathan Capehart on the difference between Rachel Dolezal and Caitlyn Jenner.
Hillary Clinton releases her official 2016 playlist on Spotify.
Supreme Court rejects North Carolina’s abortion ultrasound law.