‘A black kid was killed and nobody paid for it’: Hundreds of protesters march through Manhattan after Ferguson grand jury fails to indict Darren Wilson


There was mayhem on the streets of Manhattan for a second straight night Tuesday as demonstrators tied up traffic and taunted police to protest the Missouri decision to let Michael Brown’s killer cop walk. Hundreds had gathered once more in Union Square, but before police could pen them in they knocked over the barricades and headed up Broadway. “Send the ... Read More »

CNN’s Don Lemon, reporting from Ferguson, is under fire for poor journalism, skills and alleged bias


On Tuesday, everyone is talking about racism, violence, justice — and what a ding-a-ling CNN’s Don Lemon is. As Ferguson erupted into anger, bullets and flames Monday night, Lemon ham-handedly drew tear gas into his own gas mask, whined for water and a device to contact his producers, and then made a culturally insensitive comment about protesters smoking pot. Tuesday ... Read More »

Dorian Johnson, Michael Brown’s friend who witnessed shooting, furious over jury’s decision: ‘No indictment means no justice’


The witness who watched Michael Brown die in a Missouri street wants justice for his friend. Dorian Johnson ― who was walking with Brown when Officer Darren Wilson fatally shot the 18-year-old in August ― said he’s angry that a grand jury refused to indict the Ferguson cop. “No indictment means no justice,” he told ABC News after the Monday ... Read More »

Ferguson Grand Jury Witness: ‘By The Time I Saw His Hands In The Air, He Got Shot’


After the Ferguson grand jury voted not to indict officer Darren Wilson for killing Michael Brown, Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch released a trove of evidence presented to the jury. One of documents released to the public was the testimony of “Witness 16,” who said she saw Brown get shot by Wilson while the 18-year-old had his “Hands in the air.” ... Read More »

Latino Voters Overwhelmingly Back Obama’s Executive Action On Immigration: Poll


Almost 9 in 10 Latino registered voters support President Barack Obama’s executive action to shield an estimated 4.4 million undocumented immigrants from deportation and offer them work authorization, according to a poll released Monday. The widespread support among Hispanic voters registered in the Latino Decisions survey is even greater than the highest level of support measured by the pollster for ... Read More »

Chiefs’ Eric Berry Visiting Lymphoma Specialist After Doctors Find Mass In His Chest


Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry has been placed on the non-football illness listafter doctors discovered a mass in his chest, the team announced on Monday. According to Chiefs trainer Rick Burkholder, Berry first complained of chest discomfort following the team’s game against the Oakland Raiders on Thursday night. An MRI on Friday revealed the mass in the right side ... Read More »

Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson not indicted on charges from Michael Brown shooting in August


Ferguson was bracing for more days of rage after a grand jury on Monday refused to indict a white cop for killing an unarmed black teenager. “There was a full investigation,” said St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch. “They determined that no probable causes exists to indict (Officer) Darren Wilson.” Fearing a repeat of the disturbances that rocked the St. ... Read More »

EXCLUSIVE: Bill Cosby accused of sexually abusing another ex-model, Jewel Allison, in ‘80s


Former model Jewel Allison fully embraced the Bill Cosby mythos — family man, knit sweaters, pudding pop pitchman — until the night she accepted his dinner invitation. By the time she headed back home, sexually abused and vomiting in the back of a cab, Allison harbored no more illusions about the oft-honored comedian. “We may be looking at America’s greatest ... Read More »

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