Jonathan Van Ness, Queer Eye Star, Reveals HIV Diagnosis

Jonathan Van Ness, one of the stars of Queer Eye on Netflix, has made a pair of startling revelations. Ahead of the release of his memoir, “Over the Top, which hits shelves September 24, Van Ness just opened up to The New York Times about his health and history of addiction. “I’ve had nightmares every night for the past three months because I’m scared to be this vulnerable with people,” the fashion and beauty guru told the publication, adding: “There are issues that need to be talked about.” In the aforementioned upcoming biographies, one of the revelations Van Ness shares is that he tested positive for HIV when he was… Read More

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Trump and Rudy Giuliani are reviving allegations of a conspiracy involving Joe Biden and his son in response to a whistleblower report

Controversy has brewed for months among former Vice President Joe Biden, his son Hunter, Ukrainian authorities, Rudy Giuliani, and President Donald Trump. At the heart of the controversy are claims out of Trump’s camp that the former vice president pushed for a lead prosecutor in Ukraine to be fired to stifle an investigation into a gas company whose board Hunter served on. However, multiple reports have raised concerns about extensive communication from Trump and Giuliani aiming to pressure Ukranian authorities into pursuing investigations that could politically benefit Trump. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. A mysterious whistleblower complaint filed against President Donald Trump has revived a controversy over former… Read More

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Americans in their 60s have nearly as much student loan debt as people in their 30s

According to data from Experian, borrowers at age 30 and age 60 tend to have very similar student loan balances: the average 30 year old borrower owes $36,406, and the average 60-year-old borrower owes $35,637. In a separate study, Experian also found that the amount parents borrowed for their children through parent PLUS loans has increased by 38% since 2015. While parents borrowing for their children’s education is becoming more common, it could be jeopardizing retirement for many older borrowers. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Student loan debt is a pervasive problem in the US, but it isn’t just a burden on younger generations — new data from… Read More

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