(WATCH LIVE) If you don't know LGBTQ Icon Alan Turing you need to watch this. History (and the Academy Awards) show he had a hand in saving the free world. Then was shamefully discarded because of being gay.
(WATCH LIVE) It was an opportunity that apparently The Anchors just couldn't pass up. We know President Trump and The White House will forgive Q News Tonight because "he was just kidding." "We were just being sarcastic." I guess you get the point.
(WATCH LIVE) Trump is at it again. The former President Committed "Treason". The Anchors first laugh. And then ask... what was the treasonous act? Can't you just hear in your head Trump's reply... "you know what the treason was." Then the Anchors laugh hysterically.
A 'Gay Icon' that was famous for the "young boys" that always surrounded him. Whether it's classic films like 'St Elmo's Fire' or 'The Lost Boys', the Anchors discuss his long term legacy for the LGBTQ community.
(WATCH LIVE) Sometimes 'Gay Boys' just like the cuddly. The Anchors discuss "Bears"... live and stuffed and the Chef Josie hilariously remarks... what is it about you guys?
(WATCH LIVE) Can there be anything more beloved in the LGBTQ community than ABBA? So the news of a new Mamma Mia movie was "music" to Q News Tonight eyes. Anchor host Al Ferguson talks about wanting "gimme more".
(WATCH LIVE) Fauci and the many from the White House Coronavirus Commission testified before Congress. Big issues revealed is no vaccine is imminent and Trump did not ask them to slow down testing. It seems to prove just one more Trump lie?
(WATCH LIVE) Like Pride parades around the world, the annual Kiev Pride march – which has previously drawn violent far-right counter-protesters – has been cancelled in 2020 due to coronavirus. With LGBTQ people prevented from marching through the streets, on Sunday activists from Kiev Pride decided to do the next best thing – and take to the skies of the city instead. The enterprising activists used a drone to carry a giant rainbow flag to the top of the controversial Motherland Monument – a large steel statue of a symbolic mother holding a sword and shield, erected in 1981 as part of a Soviet Union propaganda blitz.
(WATCH LIVE) Michael Pack, the head of the US Agency for Global Media who was chosen by Donald Trump, has appointed a new federal agency director with ties to an anti-LGBTQ organisation. Weeks after getting the job he fired two longtime board members and replaced them with Trump loyalists. Jonathan Alexandre is set to become their next board member, however he has a position with Liberty Counsel, a group that is listed as extremist by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
(WATCH LIVE) In news that could melt the coldest heart it was arranged for Anderson Cooper's son, Wyatt, to meet Andy Cohen's son, Benjamin, on Cohen's show 'Watch What Happens Live.' Although the two glowing dads were ready to chat and introduce the pair the two children seemed entirely docile during the encounter aside from a few wiggles here and there. Regardless of where their friendship goes from here, it was certainly an adorable sight.
(WATCH LIVE) An Arizona mega-church where President Donald Trump held a rally on Tuesday claimed it possesses technology to clear the air of the novel coronavirus. The church is wrong, according to every last scientist that has commented on the issue. The air filters that Dream City Church said it installed in its 3,000-seat Phoenix-area auditorium can’t protect churchgoers or the president from COVID-19. It remains to be seen if the Church has any further plans for safety precautions other than the technology.
(WATCH LIVE) Sitting down in an interview Monday in D.C. Bolton expressed great concern about the direction of the country if Trump is re-elected this coming November. He expressed fear about Trump inviting biological attacks against America, withdrawing the United States completely from NATO and perhaps most troubling of all criminalizing political dissent. In response the White House director of strategic communications Alyssa Farah responded with, 'John Bolton doesn’t have a single foreign policy or national defense achievement.'
(WATCH LIVE) Friends and family gathered on Tuesday for the funeral of Rayshard Brooks, a black man who was shot dead in a Wendy's parking lot by an Atlanta police officer. Brooks, a 27-year-old husband, father and stepfather, was running away from two officers on the night of June 12 when he died from two bullets to the back. The Service was held at Atlanta's historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his first sermon and was later eulogized after his assassination in 1968. The officer who shot Brooks, Farrett Rolfe, has been fired and is facing felony murder charges.
(WATCH LIVE) Police unions and officers active in America’s three largest cities spend tens of millions of dollars annually to influence law enforcement policy and thwart pushes for reform, a Guardian analysis of local, county, state and federal campaign finance records found. Reform advocates say the spending partly explains why police unions have defeated most reform measures in recent years, even as high-profile police killings of unarmed black men sparked waves of public outrage including the current national demonstrations against racism sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
(WATCH LIVE) This beautiful photo essay of Harlem and Juneteenth celebration that focused on Black Trans Lives.
(WATCH LIVE) Ponyboi, a short film that has since made its rounds through the film festival circuit to critical acclaim. The story centers on a young intersex man who falls in love and is meanwhile struggling to find a way out of his difficult life as a sex worker, doing business out of a local laundromat. Now the captivating film is available for streaming on YouTube and serves as a major achievement for both the film and what it represents. Forbes recently named Ponyboi one of five 'not to be missed short films' of the year and its critical success has led to a feature-length version being in development now.
(WATCH LIVE) In Breaking Q News, an exciting new announcement. An amazing new digital television show is coming for the LGBTQ community called GAY TOWNHALL… advertising... YOU Participate In the LGBTQ Debate. This show will focus on the big topics of the day that are of interest to the LGBTQ community. More than a dozen hosts including celebrities, famous influencers, drag queens, writers and authors, a college professor who identifies as a communist, a famous white house visiting Gay Trumpster, artists, all segments representing the L, the G, the B, the T and the Q community, a famous porn star, a famous underwear model, a Miccosukee Native American, and more. The show will premiere at 8:00 pm on Thursday, July 2. And it’s aLIVE. Best of all… America… world… You get to participate. The chat is moderated and interesting thread posts are moved right into the screen for hosts and guests to discuss. Best of all America, you are allowed to log in and be on camera with the hosts and participate in the debate and discussion. Nothing like this has ever existed in the LGBTQ Community and it’s very exciting. Over the next two weeks all of these hosts will be introduced to you. Tonight we introduce you to Dwight Allen Oneal! He is the author of Shoulda Coulda Woulda, and star of the podcast Christopher Street.
(WATCH LIVE) Overwhelmed Kentucky and New York officials faced a deluge of mail-in votes likely to delay results for days after high-profile primaries Tuesday, contests testing if establishment Democratic congressional candidates can withstand challengers fueled by voter fury over racism. There was particular concern about how voting might play out in Louisville, Kentucky. The state’s largest city and hometown of a serious challenger for the Democratic nomination for the Senate, Louisville, population nearly 600,000, had just one in-person polling place
(WATCH LIVE) (AL) Barack Obama has been speaking along with Joe Biden in a fundraiser today that is still currently on going as we are live on the air. With access being granted to anyone who donates to the Biden campaign for this virtual event, which includes over 120,000 people and over four million raised as of this morning, it is believed that this fundraiser will be one of the largest political events of the year for the Democrats. This also marks the first time Obama has publicly campaigned with his former Vice President since officially endorsing him back in April.
(WATCH LIVE) She speaks live about crying and wanting to quit drag as she was told this weekend after RuPaul's Drag Race Allstars 5 episode some fans asked her "to die....Read More