Video footage has been released to show exactly what happened in Grand Rapids, Mich. when five boys were held at gunpoint by police.
Fox News is learning what happens when you let a toxic culture infiltrate an organization and fester for decades. The hard way.
It’s taken more than 150 years, but there will soon be one less monument to the slaveholding Confederacy of the American Civil War. A statue in New Orleans was the first of four scheduled for removal after local officials voted and overcame a series of hurdles.
After traveling the world and enjoying a long overdue break/vacation/baecation with his wife Michelle, former president Barack Obama is coming home.
United States politics is centered around and obsessed with elections. After the 2016 election, many are hoping for a viable challenge to the Trump administration and are looking to the Democratic Party for that challenger.
But should they?
This week, in a special election for Georgia Congressional District 6, an area just north of Atlanta, Democrat Jon Ossof attempted to rally the Democratic base to take back a historically Republican seat that had been represented by Tom Price, the new Health and Human Services Secretary.
Sheila Abdus-Salaam was found floating in the Hudson River last week and authorities weren’t able to determine an exact cause of death. After not being able to establish whether or not a criminal element was involved, the death of the history-making New York City judge has been ruled “suspicious in nature.”
Prison officials say that Aaron Hernandez was found dead in his prison cell after hanging himself early Wednesday morning. Hernandez, the former NFL star who was serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder, was acquitted just a few days ago for a double murder in 2012.
The United States Supreme Court has denied the state of Arkansas the right to execute two prisoners out of 8 slated to be put to death this month. This decision was made before the state’s lethal injection drugs expire. These would be the state’s first executions in 12 years, since Eric Nance in 2005.
On an average day in an average month, the presence of misogynoir, even if frequent, is little more than irritating. The typical manifestations—mainly incidents in which a man of virtually any racial background gives disparaging remarks about Black women à la Bill O’Reilly—often make for an interesting, yet brief, groupchat-worthy discussion chock full of eyerolls. But in the last three weeks, the violent displays of misogynoir have become overwhelming and fear-inducing.