Survivors Of Club Q Shooting Share Their Stories + More News

Survivors Of Club Q Shooting Share Their Stories + More News
Club Q in Colorado Springs (screen capture)

Some news items you might have missed:

The Advocate: What happened – Club Q massacre survivors share their stories.

ESPN: The captains of England, Wales, Belgium, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands will not wear the ‘OneLove’ anti-discrimination armband at the World Cup games after confirmation that their captains would be given yellow cards if they took part in the initiative. Nine nations agreed in to wear the armband as a symbol of diversity, inclusion and anti-discrimination amid concerns over World Cup hosts Qatar’s human rights record.

Tech Crunch: Facebook will remove four information fields from profiles starting next month. These fields include religious views, political views, addresses and the “Interested in” field, which indicates a user’s sexual orientation. A spokesperson says the reason behind the change is to make the social network easier to use.

The Hill: Only one Republican senator has announced publicly that he will support former-President Trump’s 2024 reelection bid. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) told reporters that he supports Trump’s candidacy and praised his track record in the Oval Office.

The Daily Beast: Maricopa County Supervisor Bill Gates, a Republican, confirmed on Sunday that he was transferred and provided a security detail after workers at the Arizona county elections office faced months of escalating death threats that made it increasingly difficult to do their job.

Out: Out recording artist Dove Cameron, who took home the American Music Award last night for Best New Artist, dedicated her performance and win to the victims of the Club Q nightclub shooting.