Black Trans Woman Sues Circle K for Discrimination, Harassment
Judi Brown says she was subjected to transphobic and racial harassment at a Circle K store in Illinois.

Catholic Priest Arrested for Funneling Parish Money to Men on Grindr
The monsignor also is accused of using the money to pay for a beach house at the Jersey Shore. 

GOPer Who Likened Marriage Equality to Rape Seeks Senate Seat
Jason Lewis, who also complained about not being able to call women sluts, wants to be U.S. senator from Minnesota.

L Word: Generation Q Trailer Teases Bette Porter as Mayor of L.A.?
The first footage of the L Word reboot is out, and it's as sexy as ever! 

DWTSs Tom Bergeron Expresses Disdain for Sean Spicer Casting
The host of the hit reality competition said that the show is supposed to be a respite from politics. - RSS Channel - Entertainment

Taylor Swift drops 'Lover' video ahead of album launch
Taylor Swift has offered a bit of love to all the fans who are eagerly awaiting Friday's release of her seventh album: A video for its title track, "Lover."

This Day in History

Sacco and Vanzetti Are Executed (1927)
The 1920 armed robbery and murder trial of the young Italian immigrants Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti was one of the most controversial in US history. Though some believed the verdict was just, others argued that the two men were innocent and were only found guilty because they were immigrants and political radicals. Their defenders waged a fierce legal and public relations battle to save the men's lives, but they were executed in 1927. What declaration about the verdict was made in 1977? Discuss

Battle of Bosworth Field (1485)
The Battle of Bosworth Field was the penultimate battle of the Wars of the Roses in which Henry Tudor defeated the royal forces of Richard III, the last king of the House of York. Richard was killed in battle, and Henry advanced to London and was crowned as Henry VII. In 1486, Henry married Edward IV's daughter, Elizabeth, thus uniting the houses of York and Lancaster, ending the Wars of the Roses and founding the Tudor royal dynasty. This battle is featured in which of Shakespeare's plays?

Mona Lisa Stolen by a Louvre Employee (1911)
In 1911, Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa disappeared from the Louvre and was believed to be lost forever. Two years later, former Louvre employee Vincenzo Peruggia was caught trying to sell the masterpiece to a gallery owner in his native Italy. It turned out that Peruggia had stolen the painting by hiding in a closet, waiting until the museum had closed, taking it down, and simply walking out with it hidden under his coat. How much time did Peruggia serve in jail for his crime?