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The family of Elijah McClain is outraged after learning one of the officers connected to his death has rejoined the force. The Sentinel Colorado reports the Aurora Police Department rehired Matthew Green on Jan. 10 as a patrol officer. The outlet stated Green was eligible for rehire as he is not one of the officers facing charges for the 23-year-old’s death.
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The internet is reacting to Smokey Robinson wildin’ because of the name of his new album, Gasms. Why? Because of “Gasms,” not to mention its song titles. Twitter had a field day when music fans saw the nearly 83-year-old’s song titles, which include “How You Make Me Feel,” “I Wanna Know Your Body,” “Roll Around,” and the two
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Amber Carr, one of Atatiana Jefferson‘s sisters, died early Monday morning after battling congestive heart failure. The 33-year-old mother of two suffered from several health issues through her sister’s murder trial and would often attend court proceedings in a wheelchair or refrain from attending due to her health.  The family’s legal representative, Lee Merritt, first broke
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A GOP congressman’s effort to get Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) to condemn socialism failed spectacularly on Wednesday when she gave the same response, over and over again, to his questions about communist dictators: Donald Trump loves these guys. Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-Pa.) went after Waters during a House Rules Committee hearing on a resolution that
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Democratic Rep. Alyce Clarke, the first Black woman elected to the Mississippi Legislature, will not seek another term. Clarke, who has served in her position for 38 years, announced her decision on Tuesday, NBC News reports. “You can’t make a difference unless you’re at the table. And I’m glad we finally got to the table,”
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The cast of “The Real Friends of WeHo.” Leigh Kelly/MTV There should be a conversation about “The Real Friends of WeHo,” a new reality series from MTV billed as an “unfiltered and honest look at a select group of friends living, loving, and pursuing their passions in the West Hollywood community.” The show, which premiered
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Mark your calendars, Beyhive, because Beyoncé is going on tour this year! After many months of speculation, the singer announced Wednesday that she would embark on her highly anticipated Renaissance World Tour beginning this spring. The announcement came in the form of an Instagram post. In it, Beyoncé shines bright, decked out in a diamond outfit while on
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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Tuesday criticized one of President Joe Biden’s judicial nominees for blanking on basic questions about the U.S. Constitution in her confirmation hearing last week. Charnelle Bjelkengren, a county superior court judge in Washington and former assistant state attorney general nominated to a lifetime seat on the U.S. District
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