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Threats flood NYPD lieutenant’s department phone after BLM rally arrest
An NYPD lieutenant in Queens has been bombarded with more than 2,000 threatening calls and texts on his department-issued phone following a Black Lives Matter rally Sunday. The cop, who’s name is being withheld to prevent further harassment, was hit with the angry barrage of messages shortly after a demonstration in Bayside, during which police...
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More testing could help enable a safe return to school, economist says
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Chrishell Stuase responds to claims she and Justin Hartley went to therapy
The "Selling Sunset" slammed her co-star, Christine Quinn, for her exclusive comments to Page Six.
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Nearly half of Americans have to quarantine if they enter New York
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Lawyer calls first federal execution in 17 years ‘beyond shameful’
The first federal execution in nearly two decades was carried out “in the middle of the night,” as the condemned triple murderer was still battling in court to avoid his fate, his lawyer said Tuesday. Daniel Lewis Lee’s attorney Ruth Friedman said she wasn’t notified before her client was given a lethal injection at the...
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Peacock Sets Premiere Dates for ‘A.P. Bio’, Archie Panjabi’s ‘Departure’
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Police charge 4, including 2 teens, in death of rapper Pop Smoke
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9-year-old New Orleans boy is the latest child victim of gun violence in the US
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China to sanction Lockheed Martin over Taiwan arms sales
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Brazilian cop stood on black woman’s neck in horrifying incident caught on video
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Sports transfers in California rise during 2019-20 school year despite coronavirus
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Government office in Russia now has female humanoid assisting public
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American woman caught in a romance scam freed after being held by Nigerian lover for more than a year
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Germany forbids Tesla’s ‘misleading’ autonomous-driving claims
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Tiger Woods readies to face something he rarely has in golf: No fans
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Michael Che to star in HBO Max sketch comedy series from Lorne Michaels
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NYPD commissioner vows to catch killer of 1-year-old, says cops are 'disgusted'
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Is Netflix introducing a ‘shuffle’ button for indecisive viewers?
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Michael Che Teams Up With HBO Max for Sketch Show
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Coronavirus infection unlikely in placenta, fetus: study
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Zindziswa Mandela, daughter of Nelson Mandela, dies at 59
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Peacock: What to watch on NBC’s new streaming service, how much it costs
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Manhunt for Kentucky woman after human remains found in burned-out car
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Border Patrol Agent Dies from Coronavirus Contracted On-Duty
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Assassin’s Creed Maker Finally Confronts Its Toxic Culture
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Michigan house party linked to 43 new coronavirus cases
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City nicknamed "Hangtown" debates removing noose from logo
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Congrats, Frequent Flyers. You Helped Save Branson
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Melania Trump posts photo in face covering, promotes mask-wearing
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Federal judge rejects proposed global settlement against Weinstein
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US-Canada border to remain closed at least another month
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Narco-Terrorist on Most Wanted List Captured in Mexican Border State
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De Blasio doubles down on NYPD disbanding anti-crime unit despite violent weekend
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Amber Heard had no ‘visible marks’ after alleged Johnny Depp attack: stylist
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Senate hopeful John James slams Dem leadership in major cities: 'Hold politicians accountable, not statues'
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With one twist, RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars became a lot more compelling and a lot like Survivor
Alexis Mateo, center, was the queen pulled into the show’s biggest drama so far. | VH1 A chaos agent got the queens on Drag Race: All Stars to stop playing nice and start getting real. One Good Thing is Vox’s recommendations feature. In each edition, find one more thing from the world of culture that we highly recommend. The best sport airing on television right now is not what most would think of as a sport. Instead, it’s VH1’s campiest reality competition show, RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars. The queens of Drag Race bring their charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent week in and week out. Like starathletes, drag queens have their strengths and weaknesses. Some queens are better at giving us looks, others are better at being funny, and a few excel in pageantry or dance. Determining the best of the bunch means looking for a queen who’s excellent in their specialty and the other elements of drag performance. Drag Race has always emphasized the importance of being an all-around skilled performer, but the All Stars installments of the series feature only the best of the best (well, the best of the best of any drag queen willing to give herself up to the wolves of reality TV for a second round, that is). As the queens out-funny, out-fashion, and even out-sing each other, the real winners are the viewers at home. The result is something so joyous, so silly, and sometimes even inspiring. And with a new twist, this season now has some dastardly drama. The rules of Drag Race have changed (again) After 11 years on the air and multiple iterations, the RuPaul’s Drag Race franchise is an undeniable force of mainstream pop culture. Host RuPaul’s catchphrases “Shantay, you stay” and “Sashay away” are as recognizably quotable as those from any other reality TV phenomenon — right up there with Survivor’s “the tribe has spoken” and Top Chef’s “please pack your knives and go.” Ru usually drops one of these lines at the end of the show’s elimination round, where two low-scoring queens face off in a lip-sync battle. The losing queen must “sashay away”; the winner is granted the comforting “Shantay, you stay,” and moves on to the next episode. But for Drag Race: All Stars’ past four seasons, these elimination rounds have transformed into ones less conventional and more strategic — and, best of all, way more dramatic. This time, for the All Stars edition’s fifth season, the powers that be changed the format again: Queens are now allowed to vote each other out. Once Ru names the week’s worst entertainers after a main competition, the remaining safe queens have to vote for which contestant they want to see go home. There is no limit to the number of queens Ru can choose to face elimination, which is already one big difference from the standard show. A more meaningful change is that the week’s single top performer can override these votes and send whoever they want packing. But in order to kick out a contestant of their choice, the challenge winner needs to defeat a “lip-sync assassin” — not a literal killer of drag queens, but a former Drag Race contestant from a previous season who is best known for being proficient at lip-syncs. Facing one of these assassins is its own extra challenge, though, so a more compelling option is for contestants to try wooing each other into voting out the same person. These new elimination rules open the door for gamesmanship and subterfuge as the queens can conspire against one another in ways more conniving than we’ve ever seen on a Drag Race series. 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Shea Couleé and Jujubee have consistently been the highlight of every episode by stunning on the runway and dominating in challenges. Jujubee is effortlessly funny, a clutch skill since the show is mostly based around challenges that involve making an audience laugh. Shea’s strengths, meanwhile, are more about her looks, ingenuity, and show-stopping performances. When another queen manages to win a challenge, it almost seems as though the producers threw them a bone, simply to break up the monotony of every episode ending with a win for Shea or Jujubee. The most the other queens can seem to hope for, though, is coming in third place. Prior to the show’s July 3 episode, queens Alexis Mateo and Miz Cracker were fighting for the honor of being the best performer not named Shea or Jujubee. And below Mateo and Cracker, India Ferrah and Blair St. Clair floated safely along to the top six. And then the status quo changed dramatically. Ferrah is a queen whose most famous moment was a controversial lip-sync performance with another memorable contestant, Mimi Imfurst, during her original season of drag race: For most of this season of All Stars, Ferrah hasn’t really proven why she’s anything more than “the one drag queen that got hoisted into the air by another, much larger drag queen.” After another dismal performance in a challenge, Ferrah was placed in the bottom. RuPaul revealed that along with Ferrah, every queen (except for the challenge winner, Shea, to no one’s surprise) was up for elimination. Seemingly seeing the guillotine on the horizon, Ferrah immediately pulled Shea aside to plead her case. Ferrah told Shea that there was a traitor in Shea’s midst: Mateo and a since-eliminated queen had campaigned to vote Shea out during Shea’s single appearance in the bottom this season, back in episode three. Though the viewers know that Mateo voted for Shea in that episode, Mateo denied campaigning to kick Shea out — though she did not deny voting for Shea, either. The revelation called everything we knew about the game into question. Up until this game-changing episode, the queens had been playing fair and voting off the person with the worst track record. Was Ferrah lying about Mateo’s campaign to ax Shea? If so, then why did Mateo vote for Shea in that episode and not one of the two other queens in the bottom? Did Mateo try to get the other queens to join her in her crusade against Shea? Then why didn’t the other queens say so before? And if Mateo did campaign against Shea, then why didn’t the producers even catch it on camera — every single interaction of the show is filmed, enough for an after-show called Untucked that shows the behind-the-scenes footage of the episode. All the producers apparently have to show for this allegation is Ferrah’s word. Jujubee brought up a salient point: “If India [Ferrah] is lying, she would have been a better actor, which means she would have been better at Snatch Game,” RuPaul’s celebrity impersonation challenge. That noted terrible actor Ferrah sounded so sincere when revealing Mateo’s sabotage is almost enough to convince everyone she was telling Shea the truth. After this revelation of Mateo’s possible crusade against her, Shea was left to choose between sending home one of two queens: supposed ally Ferrah or supposed traitor Mateo. And in the end, Shea chose to send Ferrah home, despite Ferrah’s best efforts to gain Shea’s trust. Her claims against Mateo weren’t enough to save her. Ferrah’s scorched earth tactic changed how Mateo will have to play the game going forward, as the other queens now wonder if anyone can or should trust Mateo. What had started out as a competition built on good-faith decisions, where people based eliminations on contestants’ overall success during the show, turned into something more along the lines of Survivor — a game where no one knows whom to believe. Every queen suddenly learned they have to look out for themselves and no one else. And Ferrah, though underwhelming as a performer, gave All Stars something no other queens could as her parting gift. She single-handedly changed the show int the best kind of sport: one with a bolt of edge and drama and some possible backstabbing. RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars airs Fridays at 8 pm on VH1. Support Vox’s explanatory journalism Every day at Vox, we aim to answer your most important questions and provide you, and our audience around the world, with information that has the power to save lives. Our mission has never been more vital than it is in this moment: to empower you through understanding. 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Kate Middleton debuts new summer haircut and color
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