Kanye West Shows Trump Support with Series of Tweets

  Kanye West who is no stranger to controversy has shown just his support for Donald Trump in a pic that has went viral with him sporting a “Make America Great Again” cap. West went on a Twitter rant expressing his thoughts and many the responses have been split amongst celebrity counterparts. Among the most…

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The Island of Puerto Rico has Lost Power Again

The struggling island of Puerto Rico has lost power again on Wednesday when a toppled transmission line caused a total blackout, this is all after the island has struggled to recover from Hurricane Maria. Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, or PREPA, tweeted about the island-wide power outage just before 10 a.m. It could take as…

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Georgia Woman who Assaulted Black Pregnant Soldier Arrested

The 72-year-old woman from Georgia who assaulted a pregnant soldier was arrested after the video has went viral and released on a $650 bond. The incident took place in Macon, Georgia after a white woman was upset that the two black women soldiers took a parking spot.  Judy Tucker was taken to Bibb County Jail…

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Former First Lady Barbara Bush Passes at 92

Former first lady Barbara Bush, died Tuesday at the age of 92 in Houston, Texas. She was the second woman in U.S. history to be a first lady and mother of a president. In a previous statement Sunday, the family said Barbara had decided not to seek additional medical treatment and instead sought comfort care…

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Starbucks will Close 8,000 Company-Owned Stores for Racial Bias Training in the United States on May 29

The announcement was made after the arrest of two black men in Philadelphia at a local Starbucks who were waiting for a friend. The store manager called the police because the gentlemen were simply sitting and waiting which many non-people of color do all the time. The incident was videotaped and went viral causing many…

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Comey Speaks Out Against Trump AGAIN

Former FBI Director, James Comey is making his press rounds to promote his new book “A Higher Loyalty” and he is not holding back on Trump criticism at all. Calling the acting president “morally unfit” to be president. Comey sat down in a recent ABC News Interview to talk about his experience and had these…

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Starbuck’s C.E.O. Says Arrest of Black Men in Philadelphia is ‘Reprehensible’

Protests kicked off in Philadelphia to combat the unjustified arrest of two black men who were waiting in a Starbucks in Philadelphia. The incident has sparked outrage amongst many and even celebrity figures such as Russell Simmons have called for the boycott of the coffee giant. On Monday, Kevin R. Johnson, the chief executive of…

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Former FBI Director James Comey Releases Memoir

Former FBI Director James Comey releases his memoir “A Higher Loyalty” next week and it is already catching the media by storm. The controversial figure calls President Donald Trump as unethical and “untethered to truth” and calls his leadership of the country “ego driven and about personal loyalty” in a forthcoming book. The book list…

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Trump Criticizes Obama in 2013 for Syrian Strategy Reveal but Does the Same in 2018

Trump Criticizes Obama in 2013 for Syrian Strategy Reveal but Does the Same in 2018

President Donald Trump has done the exact same strategy reveal he repeatedly criticized former president Obama for using when he issued Wednesday’s warning about imminent airstrikes on Syria. Trump, responding to a Russian warning that it would shoot down any U.S. missiles headed for Syria, wrote on Twitter: “Get ready Russia, because they will be…

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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg testifies before Senate committees

Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the Senate Judiciary and Senate Commerce Committees Tuesday to discuss the social media platform’s policy on user privacy amid the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Cambridge Analytica is a political consulting firm that worked on then-candidate Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. The firm received a $15 million investment from…

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