Chicago Mayor-Elect Lori Lightfoot Confirms Jussie Smollett's Case 'Doesn't Rank as a Matter of Any Importance'
As we continue to follow along with the soap operatic saga known as Jussie Smollett’s Chicago case, many have expressed a desire for it all to be over. The rollercoaster of plot twists — including the biggest of them all, when all charges were dropped, abruptly — sent everyone in a tailspin, and frankly, it was…
A 75-year-old Florida man, Marvin Hajos, was attacked and killed by a rare species of bird, the cassowary. Hajos, a breeder, was apparently attacked by the bird after he fell in his backyard. Two 911 calls were made—the first by Hajos himself, and then a second by someone who found him. Hajos was taken to a hospital…
C.J. Wallace, Son of Notorious B.I.G. and Faith Evans, Launches Cannabis Line to Benefit the Prison Arts Project
“Smoking blunts was a daily routine, since 13,” Biggie once famously rapped. But now his son, C.J., is showing the public that marijuana use goes far beyond the typical “Party and Bullshit” of most rap lyrics.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed a “red flag” gun bill into law, giving judges the power to temporarily take guns from people thought to be at high risk of harming themselves or others, according to The Hill.
Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, 24, is being held at the Hennepin County Jail on an attempted homicide charge. Accused of throwing a five-year-old child from the third floor of Minnesota’s Mall of America, a fall of more than 40 feet.
Guillermina Rodriguez, a mother of four, found space to pull over after it took her about an hour to get from 42nd to 30th street in midtown Manhattan. She had a crying three-week-old baby crying in the back seat.
House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal won’t back down. He still wants to see six years of Donald Trump’s personal and business tax returns. He sent a letter to IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig saying as much.
NEWARK—Kim Barnes voted for Cory Booker both times he successfully ran for mayor of Newark, the mostly black city here in New Jersey where the now senator is holding his hometown presidential campaign celebration. For Barnes, Booker is a native son, someone she remembers as never “forgetting where he came from.”