While Moïse's presidential term was riddled with criticism and controversy, the loss of the nation's leader invites valid questions regarding the country's future amid fears of rising gang and police violence as well as political instability.
Regardless of which country launched the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Iran's top nuclear scientist, there seems to be one unverified consensus on social media: Donald Trump was probably involved in some way, shape or fashion.
UPDATE: Friday, June 26, 3:50 PM EST: After delivering a powerful eulogy that both memorialized Rev. Clementa Pinckney and called for the removal of the Confederate flag, President Obama lead the congregation in the singing of Amazing Grace. See the emotional video above. ————— Friends, family and loved ones will gather early Friday afternoon to […]
To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, as well as other notable events during the Civil Rights Movement, Comcast is traveling across the country and producing a series of video interviews with leaders, participants, and beneficiaries of the Movement. Through commentary and archived footage, His Dream, Our Stories, […]
ATLANTA- Andrew Adler, who was the editor-in-chief for Georgia’s Atlanta Jewish Times, has resigned after claiming that if Iran obtained nuclear weapons, Israel should have the Israeli Intelligence Agency (Mossad) assassinate President Barack Obama. The Atlanta Jewish Federation called for Adler’s resignation. saying, While we acknowledge his public apology and remorse, the damage done to […]
NEW YORK (AP) — Some forward-looking college professors enabled television’s Smithsonian Channel to offer a look at the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. from the time in which it occurred. SEE ALSO: Dead Friend Buried Beneath Christmas Presents The network said Wednesday it will air a documentary in February culled primarily from local news footage […]
The 9th circuit Federal Court of Appeals overturned the conviction of a man who posted internet messages threatening President Barack Obama during his 2008 presidential campaign. Walter Bagdasarian was convicted in 2009 of two felony counts of threatening a major presidential candidate. Bagdasarian posted several messages to a Yahoo Finance message board, including one that […]
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