'I Am So Humbled’ – Gayle King Named One Of Time's 100 Most Influential People

Time magazine just released their annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world and “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King was pleasantly surprised to see her name on it. “I am so humbled,” King said Wednesday on “CBS This Morning.” Although King is a highly esteemed journalistRead More →

Michelle Obama Praised By Beyoncé In Her Time's 100 Most Influential People Profile

In addition to Gayle King, Ariana Grande, LeBron James, and others, Michelle Obama was also named one of Time‘s “100 Most Influential People,” and Beyoncé was chosen to write the former first lady’s tribute. The singer paid tremendous homage to Mrs. Obama, whom she called “brilliant” and “regal.” “Loving MichelleRead More →

Police Say Maryland Man Knowingly Spread HIV To Women He Met On Dating Apps

Officials in Maryland say a man knowingly spread HIV to four women he met on dating sites and apps. WBAL-TV reports 34-year-old Rudolph Jericho Smith, of Frederick, Maryland, was charged with first-degree assault and reckless endangerment after police conducted a 21-month investigation into his alleged crimes. Smith also faces counts ofRead More →

White South Carolina Man Sentenced 10 Years For Trying To Hire KKK Hit Man To Lynch Black Neighbor

A white South Carolina man will spend 10 years in prison for attempting to hire a Ku Klux Klan hitman to lynch his Black neighbor and leave a burning cross in his yard. In March 2018, an unnamed source tipped off police when 26-year-old Brandon Cory Lecroy reached out toRead More →

Sen. Kamala Harris Now Regrets Controversial Truancy Laws That Jailed Parents

Since announcing her presidential bid, Sen. Kamala Harris, like any other candidate, is having her background as a public servant scrutinized. From the jump, Harris tried to explain truancy law she helped pass while she was San Francisco’s district attorney. Now, the Democratic hopeful for the country’s top office isRead More →

Report: Kim Foxx’s Staff Didn’t Have The Authority To Drop Charges Against Jussie Smollett

Joseph Magats, the First Assistant State’s Attorney who decided to drop the 16 felony charges against Jussie Smollett, reportedly never had the legal authority to do so. According to documents obtained by The Washington Post and others via a public records request, Magats wasn’t legally eligible to act for bossRead More →

Two Miami Sisters Killed In Drive-By; Suspect Still On The Run

Miami-Dade Police say two sisters were fatally shot during a drive-by shooting on Sunday, April 14 at a Northwest Miami-Dade apartment complex. WSVN reports sisters Stephanie Telusme, 27, Joanna Telusme, 23, were standing outside when suspects inside a car took out a gun and opened fire, hitting the sisters andRead More →

Louisiana Black Church-Fires Suspect Charged With Hate Crimes

The 21-year-old white man accused of setting fire to three historically Black churches in Louisiana now faces three hate crime charges, which means prosecutors believe the attacks were racially motivated. On April 15, Holden Matthews pleaded not guilty to three counts of arson as well as three hate crime chargesRead More →

Police Say Suspect Arrested For Assaulting Muhlaysia Booker Was Offered $200 To Beat The Transgender Woman

The Dallas man arrested for beating a transgender woman in broad daylight was reportedly offered $200 to assault the victim, according to a police affidavit obtained by the Dallas Morning News. On April 14, Edward Dominic Thomas, 29, was arrested on a charge of aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury.Read More →

State’s Attorney Kim Foxx Called Jussie Smollett A ‘Washed Up Celeb Who Lied To Cops’

If there weren’t enough headlines generated from the wild Jussie Smollett case, one more is emerging. While the “Empire” actor’s report of a “hate crime” and subsequent dismantling of his whole story has bothered people, a large swath of the general public is still wary of Chicago Police’s word. TheyRead More →