We've made it to the very last day of May, everyone — can you believe it? It's absolutely crazy to think that we're about to enter the sixth month of the year, and that so much time has already passed in 2017. But hey, that's what happens when practically every day is filled with huge news and major announcements.
And today was no exception. Read on for a recap of all the topics that had Bustle's editors talking today, Wednesday the 31st:
Kathy Griffin + That Photo
Last night, Kathy Griffin posted a photo of herself holding a decapitated Donald Trump head, and while the comedian defended the controversial image at first, she later issued an apology. Trump, though, is not pleased, tweeting that Griffin "should be ashamed of herself." And this afternoon, CNN fired Griffin from the network's New Year's Eve programming.
President Trump + The Paris Agreement
As funny as the whole "covfefe" debacle is, though, don't let it distract you from the bigger Trump-related news: that the president might pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement, a pact designed to combat climate change by limiting countries' greenhouse gas emissions. If the U.S. pulls out, we'll join Syria and Nicaragua as the only nations in the U.N. not to participate — not to mention seriously impact the efforts to fight global warming.
Need Some Good News? Louisiana has passed an LGBTQ-inclusive domestic violence bill, which previously featured gendered language barring LGBTQ people from being covered. About time.
Twitter + #TheBlackHairChallenge
For all its issues, Twitter can sometimes be a really great place for bringing people together and sharing voices from all over the world. And right now, #TheBlackHairChallenge is showcasing some seriously beautiful looks, with black women sharing different looks and encouraging self-love.
Shopping Break: Protect yourself from the sun by using one of these nine moisturizers with SPF, which work for every skin type.
Big Little Lies + A New Must-Read
Still not over how good Big Little Lies was, and dying for more Reese Witherspoon-approved drama? Check out Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine, a quirky, acclaimed novel that the BLL star will soon adapt into a movie. And then, recommend it to all your book-loving friends.
Fun Fact: The oldest contestant in the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee — which starts this week — is... 15. And what did you do as a teen?
Today's WTF Moment: Gasp! Scott Speedman didn't like Keri Russell's Felicity haircut. Say it ain't so, Ben.
What to Watch: Wednesday means a new episode of The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu — don't miss it.