Chikesia Clemons, the black woman wrestled to the ground by three Saraland, Ala., police officers at a Waffle House in April, has been found guilty of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Waffle House is back under intense scrutiny after an employee called the police on a black couple who wanted their bill explained to them because of a dispute over the cost of some orange juice.
During the Alabama special election between Roy Moore, a man with a history of predatory behavior toward teen girls, and now-Sen. Doug Jones, we heard again what has become a mantra for progressives: “Black women will save us.”
It’s been almost a month since James Shaw Jr., 29, snatched an assault rifle away from a gunman who opened fire at a Tennessee Waffle House, killing four people and injuring several others.
The mother of a young woman senselessly gunned down at a Tennessee Waffle House in April accepted her daughter’s posthumous college diploma this weekend.
Chikesia Clemons at the Waffle House in Saraland, Ala. Myneca Ojo, Sandra Thompson, Sandra Harrison and a friend at Grandview Golf Club in York, Pa. Tshyrad Oates and a friend at LA Fitness in Secaucus, N.J. Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson at a Starbucks in Philadelphia. Brandon Ward at a Los Angeles-area Starbucks.
It might be time to get those pecan waffles and cheesy eggs someplace else.
Following the deadly shooting of four people at a Nashville, Tenn., Waffle House early Sunday morning, business owners and lawmakers have tried to find ways to support the victims and survivors of the brutal attack.
Saraland, Ala., police are standing by the officers who were seen on video aggressively wrestling a seemingly unresisting black woman at a local Waffle House over the weekend.
A few months ago, during a conversation on Facebook about one of the many mass shootings committed by a white man (I forget which one), the homie Sai Grundy wrote that (paraphrasing) one of the byproducts of the criminalization of blackness is that white people are often able to elude suspicion by virtue of their…
A white gunman is accused of killing four people of color at a Waffle House outside of Nashville, Tenn., early Sunday morning. The gunman was just apprehended by police Monday afternoon. It’s been more than 36 hours since the shooting, and Donald Trump hasn’t said anything about the incident. Instead, he’s tweeting…
Police apprehended the man accused of killing four people in a Nashville, Tenn., Waffle House, ending a widespread manhunt.
Add asking about whether it’s protocol to pay for plastic utensils to the list of things you apparently can’t do while black without someone calling the police on you.
Police in Tennessee say they are on the hunt for a man named Travis Reinking in the killing of four people at a Waffle House in Antioch, Tenn., early Sunday morning. Authorities say that Reinking, 29, of Illinois, allegedly killed two people outside the restaurant and shot and killed two more, including a cook, inside…
I guess when you’re kinda drunk and have a hankering for home fries, you find a way to make it happen, cap’n.
It's one of the 10 most ratchet things I've seen this year. And six of those 10 are twerk videos. All taking place in Waffle House bathrooms, someone's grandmom's kitchens, and Waffle House parking lots. And all featuring young women with as many tattoos as criminal citations.