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Former Rep. Aaron Schock of Illinois—famous for seeming as gay as he claimed not to be—is being indicted following a series of Politico exposés on his spending habits, allegedly involving campaign dollars.
Danny Amendola is covering Men's Health (October 2016), and extolling the virtues of working out even —especially?—when your body isn't into it:
As much as it hurts to work out after a game, it helps that much more.
Good advice for sex, too.
More pics of the scorching-hot jock after the jump ...
If I buy a mag to look like Andy Murray, it better not say, “Be born to his parents!” inside.
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Most Bernie voters will become Hillary voters, enthusiastically or not.
Elizabeth Banks hilariously spoofs Donald Trump's narcissistic RNC entrance.
O'Reilly says slaves who built White House were “well-fed and had decent lodgings provided by the government.”
The final word on Donald Trump's taxes: He will not release them. Period. Should be disqualifying.
Aydian Dowling, the trans bodybuilder who made waves by placing in Men's Health's search for a cover model and by landing the cover of GT , will serve as Pride Toronto's 2016 International Grand Marshal.
Sherry Vine launches GaySVTVWorld queer network.
Stuart Reardon in a Speedo.
1D's Louis Tomlinson presents his son.
5 most evil dentists ever.
Daddy Ryan Reynolds opens up for Men's Health.
Ture Lillegraven for Men's Health
Idris Elba is on Men's Health (December 2015), and he's talking about his approach to fitness:
“Some guys want to be toned or want to jog for miles, but my ultimate fitness goal is to be fight-ready. If I step into the ring, could I go toe-to-toe for five rounds? That's what I strive for. That's what I consider fit. I want to know that if I'm being wrestled to the ground, I've got the strength to fight a man off. Kickboxing is rugged—it's all core strength. But when you're fight-ready, you feel like you can last forever.”