Just a few days before the start of the NBA Finals, LeBron James was forced to step away from basketball with the shocking reminder that racism knows no bounds. The future hall of famer spoke to the press after it was revealed that someone spreay-painted racial slurs on the front gate of his Los Angeles residence. NBC reports that the phrase used was “the n-word.”
Police officers in Ferguson said they are concerned about their safety after several protesters arrived outside of the home of an officer with the Missouri Highway Patrol earlier this week.
A black teenager was pepper-sprayed in his own home after a neighbor mistook him for a burglar.
North Carolina teen Deshawn Currie, who lives with his white foster family, was confronted by police in his own home after a neighbor called them, assuming Currie was a trying to burglarize the home.
Kendrick Lamar is arguably one of the hottest rappers in the game right now. GQ’s “Rapper of the Year” is not making headlines for his music, but his very modest purchase (compared to other rappers), of a home recently.
Earlier this year, YouTube comic, Magic of Rahat performed the ultimate stunt on a homeless man; he decided to give a lottery ticket to him. Beforehand, he gave the store clerk $1,000 to pretend it was a winning ticket and to give the cash to the unsuspecting man.
After the video went viral, Rahat created a fundraiser for Eric, and the donations flowed in.
Members of the NYPD have barged into James Jordan Sr.’s family home looking for him more than a dozen times.
Jordan Sr. has been dead for 8 years, and despite his family members posting his death certificate on the front door, police are still invading their home.
Residents of Kansas City’s Brush Creek Apartments can no longer smoke in the comfort of their own homes thanks to a new mandate by the Housing Authority.
U.S. Air Force Capt. Nicolas Aquino was tackled, handcuffed and charged with resisting arrest and obstructing a peace officer while at his California home last December.
A neighbor had called 911 and reported seeing a man walking around the house suspiciously.
A Houston father who fatally shot a 17-year-old boy after finding him inside of his daughter’s bedroom early Thursday will most likely not be charged. A grand jury still has to review the case.
The father, who was only identified as a 55-year-old in reports, was awaken by his son around 2:20 a.m. He was told someone was in his 16-year-old daughter’s bedroom and he grabbed his gun.
The man found Johran McCormick in bed with his daughter, who told him she did not know him.
Organizers of a Mississippi funeral home found a person alive and kicking in a body bag early Thursday morning.
Walter Williams’ pulse was checked by coroners at approximately 9 p.m. Wednesday and pronounced him dead at his home in Lexington.