Category

News
Black Entertainment Television founder Robert Johnson elaborated on his call for the payment of $14 trillion in reparations to African-Americans Monday on “Special Report.”
Read More
Sheriff’s deputies in Ohio hoisted a “Thin Blue Line” flag at a county jail Sunday after its American flag was stolen, authorities said. 
Read More
Top GOP senators are calling on President Donald Trump to take a far more compassionate approach amid the deep unrest following the death of George Floyd in Minnesota, raising concerns that the President’s erratic handling of the crisis so far threatens to divide a badly bruised nation further.
Read More
Federal authorities have charged an Illinois man for civil disorder, carrying on a riot and possession of unregistered destructive devices associated with recent clashes between violent protesters and police in Minneapolis.
Read More
Monday was the first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, which runs through November 30, and another named storm is brewing in the Gulf of Mexico.
Read More
As thousands across the US take to the streets for another day of protests demanding justice for George Floyd, more than 17,000 members of the National Guard are standing ready to support local law enforcement.
Read More
Joe Biden said Monday that police should be trained to “shoot ‘em in the leg instead of the heart,” amid five straight days of protest following the death of George Floyd.
Read More
LMPD Chief Steve Conrad has been fired after no officers involved in the killing of Dave McAtee had their body cameras activated.
Read More
Hong Kong police on Monday blocked a candlelit vigil marking the anniversary of China’s deadly military 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.  
Read More
Chinese citizens are cheering the civil unrest that has besieged parts of the United States in the wake George Floyd’s death, according to Beijing’s state-run media, which said the riots in multiple cities are retribution for the Trump administration’s support of protesters in Hong Kong. 
Read More
1 2 3 4 5 150