Michigan State Police Director Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue will be losing out on five days pay for violating the department’s social media policy after she reposted a disparaging Facebook meme that targeted NFL players protesting police brutality and other social injustices.
Because your president is a feeble-minded idiot, he got on Twitter Thursday night and continued to deny that he made an insensitive and reprehensible comment to a grieving widow earlier this week, even though his chief of staff confirmed for the world that he had in fact said it.
Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett says the issue of Colin Kaepernick’s unemployment needs to be addressed before players and the league can move forward with talks on how to work together on social causes.
Actress Lupita Nyong’o penned a heartfelt op-ed in the New York Times on Thursday saying that she, too, has been sexually harassed by Hollywood sexual predator Harvey Weinstein.
Thursday’s White House press briefing featured a guest appearance by White House chief of staff John Kelly, who doubled down on the ignorant and disrespectful comments the president made to the widow of a fallen soldier earlier this week.
A Massachusetts school has apologized and added some much-needed context to a racially insensitive photo that appears to show a young black grade-schooler tethered to two white children.
A New York Black Lives Matter group has filed a federal lawsuit, claiming that Clarkstown, N.Y., police illegally spied on its members for at least a year, from January through December 2015.
... And then there’s the story of Col. Charles Young.
White supremacist human dump truck Richard Spencer is moving forward with plans to speak at the University of Florida on Thursday, despite concerns that the event could turn violent.
On Wednesday a jury finally convicted a former Oklahoma police officer for fatally shooting the black boyfriend of his daughter in a racially charged case that featured three mistrials before a fourth trial found the ex-cop guilty.
Rep. Frederica Wilson’s office says that the Democratic lawmaker received multiple threatening calls Wednesday following a public spat with Donald Trump. Wilson (D-Fla.) had publicly shamed the president for comments he made on a phone call to Myeshia Johnson, the wife of Army Sgt. La David Johnson, who was killed in…
He uses the hashtag #ProtestSeason like it’s a period set aside for hunting demonstrators as if they were deer. The Riverfront Times calls him the “police department’s protest hammer.” He tagged a picture of himself on a Facebook post for his side business with #RiotKing—a protester-given nickname that describes his…
Local police are investigating a photo that shows four teenagers, believed to be students at Coatesville High School, posing behind pumpkins carved with racist symbols.
In which we look back at simpler times.
Cellphone video taken by other students shows a school bus driver pinning a young student against the windows of a bus as his schoolmates watch on in horror and scream for the driver to stop.
This is probably one of the most poetically beautiful things I’ve seen in recent days. A public school in Mississippi named after the first and only president of the
losers Confederacy will be renamed to honor the first black president of the United States.
When a U.S. Army sergeant was killed recently, Donald Trump reportedly made a personal phone call to his grieving father, offered him $25,000 and told him that his staff would start an online fundraiser for the family. The father is now saying that neither the money nor the fundraiser ever came through.
Pennsylvania police are searching for Donald Jenkins Jr. after he reportedly walked in on his daughter and her boyfriend at a Motel 6 on Sunday and shot the boyfriend in the groin. The 40-year-old Jenkins then took off in his car.
Remember last year, when Azealia Banks said that actor Russell Crowe spit on her and called her the n-word as he kicked her out of his party? And although Banks thought Wu-Tang founding member RZA would come to her defense, he did not and said that Banks was lying? Well, guess who’s fessing up now?
Whether people want to accept it or not, some of your most trusted companies producing skin-care products in the U.S. take on different motives in other countries. Take, for example, the company behind Dove, the people who told us to “love the skin you’re in.” Unilever apparently doesn’t want people in Asian and…