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People dressed as clowns are terrorizing Georgia residents

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Those creepy clown stories that started in South Carolina are spreading to Georgia, with two recent clown encounters being reported there. On Tuesday morning, three children were walking to school when three people dressed as clowns appeared out of the woods near their home. The clowns were wearing face paint and shining lasers. “They’re still shaken up. My oldest daughter, she’s the big sister of all four of them, she’s…

The curvy ‘teacher’ who went viral for dressing sexy has been reprimanded

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Patrice Brown,  the curvy Atlanta teacher who was dubbed #TeacherBae by the internet after posting pictures of her outfits that she wore to school, has been reprimanded by Atlanta Public Schools for her wardrobe. Following the uproar after many critics claimed that Brown’s clothes were “too tight,” with some users on social media even going so far as to call it “clubwear,” APS released a statement on the matter. Administrators…

Boy, 13, fatally shot by police after reportedly pulling out BB gun

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Police in Ohio responding to a report of an armed robbery shot and killed a 13-year-old boy who they said pulled a gun from his waistband that was later determined to be a BB gun. It happened Wednesday night in Columbus. Police said officers were responding to a report of an armed robbery involving multiple suspects. When they arrived on the scene, they said the victim…

Clinton scare shakes up the race

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Hillary Clinton’s health – long the obsession of conspiracy theorists — emerged Sunday as a legitimate campaign issue after Clinton nearly swooned and stumbled at a Sept. 11 commemoration, underscoring the sense that that summer’s sure-thing candidate is flagging at a pivotal moment. The scare was captured on cellphone video showing the wobbly Democratic candidate — who was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday, according to a report by her doctor…

Why Donald Trump gets a pass

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Donald Trump’s trip to Mexico was declared a success even after he mischaracterized the crux of his conversation with Mexico’s president. The GOP nominee is now described as “presidential” for shifting from insult-filled, ad-lib performances to insult-filled scripted speeches. And he scored points for confidence and style despite failing on substance during light questioning on the most important national security issues of the next presidency. Even the way NBC’s Matt…

‘This is why black girls are angry’: Solange harassed by group of white women

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Solange Knowles was harassed by a group of white women at a concert on Friday all because she decided to dance along with the music. And not surprisingly she wasn’t happy about it so she took to Twitter to vent her frustration. According to her, a group of white women in the audience told her to sit down during the concert, when she refused they allegedly threw a lime at…

Zoë Kravitz and other actresses are urging women to vote against Donald Trump

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and several other actresses have begun a campaign called “Women Can Stop Trump,” and they are determined to urge women everywhere not to vote for the Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump. Zoë Kravitz A new PSA includes Amber Tamblyn, Diane Guerrero, Zoë Kravitz, Maura Tierney, Erika Alexander and Kate Greer as they outline all the reasons why a Trump presidency would be horrible. “The Republican Party’s nominee is Donald Trump,” says Alexander. “And…

Black Lives Matter, my mother and September 11th

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In my role as President of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association in New York City, I recently visited Ferguson, Missouri with members of the National Bar Association. During that trip we were accompanied by Jesse Jackson, Benjamin Crump and several mothers of black people who had been killed by the police – including Leslie McFadden, Michael Brown’s mother and Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin’s mother. At the event, Ms. McFadden urged…

Trump takes aim at Clinton’s lead among women

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BELLVILLE, Ohio — In the driveway of the Quality Inn hotel, between corn fields and a Burger King, two black SUVs appeared on a sunny Saturday afternoon to deposit six of Donald Trump’s most enthusiastic advocates. The “Trump-Pence Women’s Empowerment Tour” had arrived. Katrina Pierson, his often irreverent spokeswoman, emerged with Lara Trump, the candidate’s daughter-in-law, Omarosa Manigault, a reality TV star-turned-campaign director of African American outreach, Lynne Patton, a…

The Senator and the Mogul: A 9/11 Diary

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Hours after terrorists piloted hijacked jets into the World Trade Center’s twin towers, Donald Trump agreed to do a live phone interview on local television in New York. Alan Marcus, who was working that day for WWOR as an on-air analyst, asked the real estate mogul to step into a role that seemed fanciful at the time. “In the year 2000, Donald,” said Marcus, a former Trump publicist, consultant and…

Why Clinton isn’t sweating ‘deplorables’

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“Words have consequences,” Hillary Clinton likes to caution while campaigning against the loose-lipped, insult-hurling Donald Trump. “Words can be misinterpreted.” But it was the Democratic nominee, generally so careful with her language, whose own inelegant prose seemed to level invective at some 20 percent of the American electorate Friday night, when she plopped them all into a big “basket of deplorables” while addressing supporters at an LGBT fundraiser in New…

Viral father and son picture sparks debate on ‘Toxic Masculinity’

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Eric Owens didn’t realize he was going to spark a debate about masculinity when he posted a series of pictures with himself and his son. The images of Owens with his young son under his arm are undeniably adorable, but where several people are upset is the image where his grown-up son is still tucked in under his arm. It seems many people don’t like the idea of the two…

Alleged J’Ouvert attacker says he was too drunk to remember killing victim

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The 20-year-old man who allegedly shot a young woman during J’Ouvert said that he was too drunk to remember the attack. Reginald Moise has been charged with second degreemurder in relation to the death of Tiarah Poyau, who was shot through the eye during the festival after she reportedly and repeatedly told a man to get away from her. Moise claimed that he had brought the gun with him for “protection”…

Russell Wilson On Kaepernick protest: “I love the flag”

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Colin Kaepernick has sparked a national conversation after he protested by not standing for the national anthem because of the current state of affairs for people of color in the United States. Now, other athletes have been following his lead in protesting by not standing for the national anthem, including, reportedly, the Seattle Seahawks. The team is reportedly considering protesting the national anthem as a team, though they have not…

Trump in hot water over Putin embrace

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Donald Trump’s extraordinary embrace of Russian President Vladimir Putin has put his campaign on the defensive for a second straight day, coming after the Republican nominee praised the Kremlin strongman and appeared in an interview on a TV network backed by Moscow. Trump’s warm words for Putin have raised the hackles of fellow Republicans and put his allies in the awkward position of claiming their party’s standard-bearer is not really…