Why would they vote against their own self interests? This was the question many of us asked—in anger, horror and complete confusion—after the election of the least competent president in recorded history (thus far).
Amazon’s running a new fitness-focused Gold Box to get you ready for going outside, this time with a solid selection of New Balance apparel for men and women, all marked down to great low prices.
Imagine going up to a drug dealer and asking him to swipe your EBT card so you can buy some edibles. That’s exactly what Home Depot’s co-founder, Ken Langone, thinks is happening when it comes to how food stamp recipients use their benefits.
While many families across the country are celebrating this year’s graduating class of 2017, Richard Collins III’s family is in the midst of planning his funeral after he was killed, authorities say, by Sean Urbanski, a man who loved killing deer and the Baltimore Ravens.
Some people in this world really shouldn’t have access to guns. And an off-duty New York City correctional officer, who shot himself and a woman he was showing off to at a bar, just might be one of those people.
On July 22, 2015, Michael Sabbie, 35, was found dead in a jail cell at the Bi-State Jail, in Texarkana, Texas. And two years later, his family is still looking for answers.
An elementary school teacher in Boca Raton, Fla., was caught on camera kissing a 10-year-old male student in exchange for gummy bears, authorities say.
Somewhere in Pennsylvania, Bill Cosby probably let out a quiet “Das Racist” sigh when his sexual assault trial jury selection was completed. Cosby’s fate will now be in the hands of 10 white people and two black people once the trial starts June 5.
New York City Uber drivers are about to see a hefty refund after Uber admitted to stiffing drivers $45 million because of an accounting glitch.
With the weight of history bearing down on his shoulders, a resolute calm in his gaze and a slight tremble in his voice that spoke not of nervousness, but of a deep awareness that the words he was about to speak would be recited by generations to come, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu stepped to the microphone last…
Twenty-four years ago, Shaurn Thomas was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison, but on Tuesday, he walked out of the State Correctional Institution in Frackville, Pa., an innocent man.
Dr. Ben Carson, Housing and Urban Development secretary, said in an interview released Wednesday that poverty is a “state of mind” children learn from their parents, and that a “certain mindset” contributes to people living in poverty.
Attorneys Charles E. Lawrence III and Michael T. Scott have filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of their client, attorney Carlos E. Moore, against Mississippi state lawmakers who advocated the lynching of people who support the removal of Confederate monuments.
After a media outlet reported on plagiarism in his master’s degree thesis paper, Sheriff David Clarke is unsure of his standing with the Trump administration and whether or not he will actually get that job with the Department of Homeland Security that he’s been bragging about recently.
Carmen S. Ponder, Miss Black Texas U.S. ambassador 2016 and an intern with the Hunt County, Texas, District Attorney’s Office, is fighting for police accountability and justice after Commerce, Texas, Police Chief Kerry Crews reportedly called her a “black bitch” and then forced her to spend a night in jail.
The Los Angeles police officer who was caught on video kicking, punching and elbowing a black man who was being held down on the street was sentenced to just two years’ probation Tuesday as part of a plea deal with prosecutors that has been criticized as being too lenient.
terrorism (n): the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.
I have steadfastly avoided most “Trump voter” treatises in the news and the constant rush to check on his approval ratings. They reek of a fawning, confused attempt to normalize, empathize with and explain elements of American society that people of color, and white folks with even a rudimentary knowledge of history,…
There are lots of things university students can do to occupy their time. The workload alone is one thing; then there are clubs, charities and other extracurricular activities. Rodney Smith Jr., who hails from Alabama, however, is on a mission to mow 50 lawns in 50 states.
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