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  • Expert: Trump won’t retreat before Jan. 20

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  • New Tiffany Cross show launches Dec. 12 on MSNBC

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  • Expert: Will we ever be honest about role of race in admissions?

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  • GOP called ‘a house divided’ over Trump, Georgia, more

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  • Doctor slams White House parties slated during the pandemic

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  • Stacey Abrams' org. being investigated by state of Georgia

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Matthew Shepard’s mother's message to Barrett on LGBT equality

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Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination and the possible impact on the LGBTQ+ community are discussed by Matthew Shepard’s parents, LGBTQ+ activists Judy and Dennis Shepard, founders of the Matthew Shepard Foundation. Matthew Shepard, a gay man, was tragically murdered in Wyoming at the age of 21 in a 1998 hate crime. In October 2009, President Barack Obama signed the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act into law.