Over 350,000 people in Haiti need emergency aid after Hurricane Matthew ripped through their country on Tuesday, then making its rounds across the United States coastline. That number is not counting the death toll – which was last counted at 877 and rising by the hour according to Guardian.
Teens, tweens, and millennials, how do you get your news?
Are you looking up New York Times on your phone? Are you buying the Chicago Tribune or the Star-Ledger off of the newsstands when they are hot off the press? It seems, that the old ways of getting news are becoming more and more a thing of the past.
In 2013, 461 people were shot and killed by police in the United States. One victim’s final words were released with more information in Chicago on Friday, January 15.
The New York news station, NY1, is suing the New York Police Department for charging $36,000 to see police body camera footage. A reporter for the news station sent a Freedom of Information Law request to NYPD’s legal office for 190 hours of unedited videos. Four months later, the police department said that they would only show edited clips from the camera for $36,000.
A Baltimore-based Fox affiliate apologized earlier this week for a report that included a false “kill a cop” chant supposedly echoed by protesters.
Tensions are high in Israel, but one angle that isn’t being talked about much is the explosion of racism and extremism.
It started shortly after the kidnapping of three Israeli boys in Gush Etzion, that led to an assault in Gaza which has left more than 1,000 dead.
A 15-year-old transgender teen was stabbed in the back by an attacker while riding a Green Line Metrorail in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
The victim, a D.C. resident, was being treated at a hospital for a non-life threatening puncture wound.
A viral clip using the term “Hood Disease” to describe the impact of trauma on inner-city youth raised eyebrows last week, and rightfully so.
The term was used in a story during last Friday’s newscast on KPIX-TV, a CBS affiliate in San Francisco. The story highlighted children who lived in “virtual war zones” who repeatedly experience trauma.
Jet Magazine, the pioneering weekly magazine for African Americans that rose to prominence during the civil rights movement, will no longer publish a regular print edition.
Johnson Publishing Company, who owns the magazine, will move Jet to a digital format starting in June. Content will be delivered via web and a paid subscription app.
NBC announced that Tamron Hall will be joining Today.
The MSNBC anchor will join Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, and Al Roker as a co-host for the 9 a.m. hour of Today.