7 Stories We Didn't Write About This Week, But That You Might Want To Comment On, Including Anti-LGBTQ Naked Marches

Sound off on the end of 19 Kids and Counting and the end of nuclear deal planning.
Publish date:
July 19, 2015
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Welcome to our weekly list of topics that didn't get covered on this site but that are on some of our minds and that might spark further dialogue among you this weekend. (And, of course, feel free to correct us on any typos or grammatical errors in the list, if you are so inclined.)

Enjoy reading these and then enjoy each other below. That's pretty much the whole idea.

Mike Huckabee thinks the U.S. can defeat ISIS, Boko Haram, Al Qaeda, Hamas, and Hezbollah in about 10 days. [Buzzfeed]

World Powers have reached a nuclear deal with Iran. [WSJ]

5,000 members of a fringe political party in Kenya plan to protest President Obama's LGBTQ support with a "totally naked" march. [Buzzfeed]

Online retailers are fighting over shopping holidays. [Buzzfeed]

Sandra Bland, an active participant in the #BlackLivesMatter movement, mysteriously died in police custody. [Jezebel]

TLC has cancelled 19 Kids and Counting, but may feature the Duggar family in a one-hour documentary. [NYT]

Instagram has banned #curvy from its search function due to nudity policy violations. [TIME]