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High School Student Reprimanded For Posting Fake License To “Hunt Black People”

Highlands School District officials have not clarified if the student was suspended or expelled.

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#OaklandFire: 9 Killed, Dozens Missing After Blaze Breaks Out At Warehouse Party

The death toll is expected to rise to 40 people.

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FBI Attaches Man Suspected Of Killing Four People In L.A. To Most Wanted List

Authorities add that Jones remains on the run to steer clear of prosecution.

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Ronald Gasser, Man Responsible For Joe McKnight’s Death, Released From Custody

No formal charges have been brought against the 54-year-old.

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Student Loan Relief Is On The Way, U.S. Government Aims To Forgive $108 Billion In Debt

The estimated $108 billion in debt forgiveness is almost a third of the $352 billion in the estimated loans that American students are expected to…

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Darren Sharper Sentenced To 20 Years For Drugging And Raping 2 Women In California

The retired NFL player will be elligible for parole in the state in 2024.

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To No One’s Dismay, Google Fixes ‘Dump Tower’ To ‘Trump Tower’

The company also apologized for the gaffe.

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One Dead, Nine Injured In Shooting On New Orleans’ Bourbon Street

A Sunday (Nov. 27) shooting in New Orleans on Bourbon Street left one person dead and nine people injured.

Music News

Bay Area Musician Brutally Murdered By Three White Supremacists

William Sims was beaten, robbed and shot to death.

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Hillary Clinton Campaign To Participate In Election Recount

Clinton stands with Jill Stein in efforts to ensure that "every vote is properly counted."

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Judge Rules Dylann Roof Will Stand Trial, Jury Selection Begins Monday

U.S. District Judge Richard Mark Gergel affirmed that Roof's psychological evaluation deems him fit to be questioned on the stand.

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A White West Virginia Man Shows No Remorse After Killing Black Teen

"The way I look at it, that's another piece of trash off the street."

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A Couple Was Jailed For Two Months After Cop Mistakes Baking Soda For Cocaine

"If they did what they did to us, you know — two law abiding citizens, there’s no telling how many mistakes they’ve made."

Movies & TV

Netflix Releases Full Trailer To Promising Obama Biopic ‘Barry’

The film will focus on the President's junior year at Columbia.

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Peaceful DAPL Protesters Blasted With Water Cannons In Freezing Weather

Dakota Pipeline protesters were hit with tear gas and water cannons after clashing with local police.
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