Police officers across the country are shocked by Friday’s news that six Baltimore cops were charged with the murder of Freddie Gray. Many worry that they will be prevented from doing their job going forward.
The man who police and fire officials say cut a fire hose, preventing firefighters from putting out the flames engulfing a CVS pharmacy in downtown Baltimore last week, has now been tracked down and charged with that crime.
When Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson spied a U.S. soldier huffing his bag to a seat in coach on a recent flight to Seattle, the nice guy QB immediately upgraded the solder to a seat in first class.
By Thursday and Friday, protests in the name of Baltimore prisoner Freddie Gray had spread to a number of other cities across the country. In some cases, the violence also followed along with the protests and arrests were made.
A magazine that bills itself as a “progressive men’s magazine” is seeking to renew interest in the rise of HIV and AIDS in the world by printing a select number of magazine covers with ink infused with HIV infected blood.
The “professional protesters” of the left currently instigating unrest in Baltimore learned on Friday that Breitbart News’ Brandon Darby had arrived in Baltimore to report on the developing turmoil and many jumped to their social media accounts to warn each other and threaten the reporter.
News broke Wednesday that a second prisoner in the Baltimore police transport van with Freddie Gray reported that he heard Gray slamming himself around inside the vehicle in order to “injure himself.” Now that prisoner has gone public with his story.
The Oklahoma City Thunder announced the hiring Florida Gators coach Billy Donovan to fill slot left open by the firing of Scott Brooks.
A new survey of all forms of radio reveals that online radio has surged in popularity, but satellite radio and AM/FM radio are still growing, though at a lower rate.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is again under suspicion for having taken a position that allowed rioters to burn her city down without opposition from police. This time, insiders are reporting that the mayor told police to keep hands off the protesters and to stand down in the face of the growing violence.
As the internal investigation continues into the death of Baltimore resident Freddie Gray, a document has leaked that claims a fellow prisoner in the van with Gray told police that the deceased man was “trying to injure himself.”
Former Los Angeles Lakers guard Javaris Crittenton pleaded guilty in the 2011 killing of a woman from Atlanta. Crittenton admitted firing a weapon from a moving car but said he didn’t mean to actually hit anyone.
Many sports fans are probably unaware that the National Football League has been afforded a nice perk from the IRS: the league enjoys tax-exempt status. Now NFL chief Roger Goodell and the billionaire owners of the NFL have agreed to give up that special tax status.
A new analysis of social media posts spanning the last two years reveals a link between the instigators of the riots in Ferguson, Missouri, last year and this week’s unrest in Baltimore.
Bud Light has had to apologize for a “misfire” of an ad campaign that many complained excused date rape.
A protester disrupted proceedings at the US Supreme Court on Tuesday as justices heard arguments about gay marriage.
As Baltimore continues to burn from racially motivated riots, some of the scenes on the streets are shocking the nation. One such incident shows a Baltimore shop owner being hauled out of his shop and beaten on the street.
Last week the media tried to characterize the increasingly violent protests in Baltimore as “peaceful.” Now, even after the demonstrations have turned into outright riots, some members of the media are still trying to excuse the violence or are otherwise downplaying what has been going on since last Thursday.
Despite that insiders have released claims alleging that embattled NBC News anchor Brian Williams has been caught in up to 11 more “embellished” tales, some reports find that NBC’s top news executive wants Williams back in the anchor chair.
The executive vice president of the Baltimore Orioles is speaking out about the rioting that threatened the safety and lives of his fans, only instead of condemning it, John Angelos justifies the unrest by saying that a lack of jobs is the reason for it all.
As Baltimore fills the media with its tales of rioting and protests, Chicago remains a shooting gallery with another 21 shootings and four deaths over the weekend.
A stringer for the Russian-owned Russia Today news network was frightened to find herself mobbed and then robbed by a crowd of unruly rioters during the growing riots in Baltimore on Saturday evening.
The young man who has for months been publicly accused of being a “serial rapist” by Emma Sulkowicz–known as “mattress girl”–is now suing Columbia University for not preventing her public vendetta against him.
Since early last week protests over a man who died in police custody have continued in Baltimore, and even as the media keeps reporting that they have been “peaceful,” there has been violence. On Saturday that violence grew.