Monday, April 4, 2016

News Round-Up: April 4, 2016

Amir Issa

Some news stories you may have missed:

• Twenty-nine year old Amir Issa was allegedly murdered by his father for being gay.

• Megyn Kelly says she wishes Bill O'Reilly would have moved to defend her from Donald Trump's attacks sooner, calling it a "dark" moment.

• Caitlyn Jenner set to join the cast of Amazon's streaming series Transparent.

Celebrated Broadway composer Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Godspell, and more) says none of his works will be allowed to be performed in North Carolina while anti-LGBT law HB 2 is in force.

•Tennessee legislators, believing they live in a theocracy, are considering making the Bible the official "state book" of Tennessee.

•CNN's Chris Cuomo confronts hate group leader Peter Sprigg over anti-transgender "bathroom bills."

• Tyson Beckford has VIP tickets to "the gun show."

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