White Man On Trial For Fatally Shooting Black Man Over Parking Spot Allegedly Looked 'Proud' After Killing Him

The trial for a White man accused of shooting and killing 28-year-old Markeis McGlockton in July 2018 outside of a food store began on Wednesday (August 21). Since the shooting, 49-year-old Michael Drejka has maintained he acted in self-defense during the incident.  Video shows McGlockton, who is Black, confronting DrejkaRead More →

Amazon Rainforest Fires: Current Updates, President Bolsonaro’s Response And How You Can Get Involved

The Amazon rainforest, the world’s largest forest of its kind, is rapidly deteriorating, burning at the highest rate since the country’s space research center began tracking fires in 2013.  The Brazilian jungle, which plays a major role in regulating the earth’s climate, is often referred to as the lungs ofRead More →

Trump Mocks Rep. Rashida Tlaib For Crying Over Not Visiting Her Grandmother In The West Bank

On Tuesday (August 20), Donald Trump mocked Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s sorrow over her decision not to visit her grandmother in the West Bank after she was initially barred by Israel. The president claims the Democratic congresswoman “grandstanded” when she cried Monday while describing visits she made as a youngRead More →

Report: Four Students Shot Near Clark Atlanta University

On Tuesday night (August 20), a gunman reportedly opened fire into a crowd of people near Clark Atlanta University, injuring four people. Police are searching for the suspect and say the shooting started around 10:30 p.m EST on Tuesday after a fight between two groups broke out at a blockRead More →

Elizabeth Warren Unveils Impressive Plan To Fight Mass Incarceration

Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren has just revealed her detailed plan to help reduce mass incarceration by reimagining how we talk and think about public safety in America. On Tuesday, the Massachusetts Democrat unveiled policies to combat the myth that public safety and mass incarceration lead to safer communities. TheRead More →