Chronicling LGBTQ+ representation in film, from ‘Caged’ to ‘The People’s Joker’

“Right now, what's happening is a really fascinating trans-nuclear cinema. In the last year, we've had ‘The People's Joker’ … ‘I Saw the TV Glow.’ We're about to get ‘National Anthem.’ I think there are a lot of really exciting new voices in that arena, who are getting their stories made and put in front of a wide audience,” says Alonso Duralde. Photo by Shutterstock.

The new book “Hollywood Pride” is an encyclopedia of queer artists on-screen and behind the camera, spanning the late 1800s to today. Author Alonso Duralde gives a walkthrough. 

For the first time in nearly 40 years, the Commission on Presidential Debates is not setting the rules of engagement for candidates. In Thursday’s debate, CNN will control the guidelines. 

A majority of Supreme Court justices would reinstate a lower-court ruling that paused Idaho’s near-total abortion ban, suggested a document posted to the court’s website.