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The students at Spring Valley High School are on the road to getting criminal records in what Rashad Robinson, executive director of online civil rights group ColorOfChange.org, calls the "perfect example of the school-to-prison pipeline."

Where do the most racists live in America? If you’re a person of color, you might say, (clearing throat loudly), everywhere. But a new study shows that most racists tend to congregate in the rural Northeast and South, with a heavy concentration along the spine of the Appalachians running from Georgia up to New York and southern Vermont, […]

This week kicks off Nissan’s “Diaries of a Globetrotter” series, where we look into the most interesting people and places in the U.S. Why not start with the most festive place in America? New Orleans has captivated us by showing its strength against all odds, getting the party started whenever necessary, and bringing some of […]

West Virginia resident Rodney Bruce Black has been charged with murder after he shot and killed two men he thought were trespassing on his land. One of those so-called trespassers turned out to be his new neighbor. According to WCHS, 62-year-old Black fatally shot brothers Garrick and Carl Hopkins on Saturday afternoon, believing the men were trying […]

It might be easy to get a local buzz going if you’re an artist in Atlanta, Georgia, but spreading your name around the country takes a lot of work. Upcoming artist straight out of the Dirty South city, Scotty ATL, has gotten his buzz moving quickly, and it’s only growing as the months go by. […]

A South African park had a lot on its hands after over 40 children were injured by an attack of a swarm of bees. Of the multiple children, paramedics said that four of them were critically injured from wounds. According to Wire Update, the attack happened around 3:30 PM as 80 children from a pre-primary […]

The title is apocalyptic, we know, but how else can you describe the murderous rampage Mother Nature has unleashed on the American South? The Mississippi River Is rising, flooding folks out their homes, there was a major earthquake and nuclear meltdown in Japan. In the US over 300 people have died from storm related injuries in […]

Sarah Palin is back in the news again but this time it’s not her doing. Former Palin aide, Frank Bailey, penned a scathing tell all book about his time spent with the Palin family. The former aide tells all from Trig Palin’s birth controversy to who Palin really wanted to win in the Republican Presidential […]

Today we observe George Washington’s birthday, otherwise known as President’s day. It’s a federal holiday celebrated on the third Monday of February in honor of the first President of the United States. That brings us to Mount Rushmore, located in Keystone, South Dakota. The national memorial sculptures of former United States presidents (in order from […]


Sarah Palin and her twitter always seem to get her in trouble, the former Alaskan Governor and Vice Presidential candidate favored a twitpic by conservative pundit Ann Coulter. In the tweet Coulter snapped a picture outside Pastor Manning’s Church in Harlem, Pastor Manning is the controversial pastor who has berated President Obama since he first came on the […]


Sarah Palin, the former Governor of Alaska and Vice Presidential candidate, sat down with Entertainment Tonight and talked about her new reality show ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska’ and shed some light on whether or not she would take a look at the Presidency.  ‘It’s going to entail a discussion with my family [and] a real close look at the lay of the […]