Monthly Archives: November 2018

Ex-Dallas Cop Indicted On Murder Charge In Shooting Of Neighbor Botham Jean

Amber Guyger is accused of killing the unarmed black man in his apartment. She claimed she mistook it for her own unit.

Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainers Of The Year Are A Celebration Of Diversity

From the casts of “Crazy Rich Asians” and “Black Panther” to Cardi B, diversity was the real winner this year.

No End in Sight: Cohen, Manafort Developments Seen as Keeping Mueller Probe Going Into 2019

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation isn’t likely to wrap up anytime soon, as once expected, based on events this week, former federal prosecutors say. President… Read More

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Police: 15-year-old suspected in series of rapes in 2 states

By DAVID WARREN Source: Fox News National

The HIV Epidemic Won’t End Until We Address Disparities In Communities Of Color

On the eve of World AIDS Day, hundreds of HIV groups released a federal action roadmap to end the epidemic by 2025.

PICTURES: Yellow Jacket Movement Spreads to Brussels, Protesters Clash with Police over High Taxes

The French Yellow Vest protest movement against high taxes has spread to Belgium after protesters clashed with police in Brussels on Friday.