Club Q Shooter Expected To Strike Plea Deal + More News

The suspect in a mass shooting at a Colorado Springs gay nightclub is expected to strike a plea deal to state murder and hate charges that would ensure at least a life sentence for the attack that killed five people and wounded 17.
Club Q in Colorado Springs (screen capture)

Some news items you might have missed:

AP News: The suspect in a mass shooting at a Colorado Springs gay nightclub is expected to strike a plea deal to state murder and hate charges that would ensure at least a life sentence for the attack that killed five people and wounded 17.

Washington Blade: A study involving more than 169,000 adults found that gay and bisexual men had a lower risk for cardiovascular disease than heterosexual men. The same study showed that lesbian and bisexual women had a higher risk of cardiovascular disease than heterosexual women.

Washington Post: According to Trump insiders, the Donald rejected advice from lawyers who urged him to return the now-infamous classified documents. Instead, he took the advice of Tom Fitton, the head of a conservative group Judicial Watch, and others who told him he could legally keep the documents. Note – Fitton is not a lawyer.

Miami New Times: With the passing of its founder in April, the venerable South Florida Gay News has been forced to shut down and reorganize as the new OUTSFL.

NBC News: Advisers to the FDA have recommended updating the COVID-19 vaccines to target a circulating strain of the virus, while pushing for newer vaccines that provide longer-lasting protection.

The Advocate: U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene revived the bathroom predator myth in a hateful anti-transgender rant over the weekend at a right-wing event.