I don't want no damn healing words from Donald Trump. I want the Justice Department to hunt down the white terrorists. Neither the FBI nor the Charlottesville police have asked for the hi-res photos of this attack taken by our photographer Zach D Roberts. And there's been no contact at all with the victim, De'Andre Harris. Justice, not tears.
ARLINGTON, Va. -- A Virginia man returned home from a trip and found that his apartment had been broken into -- and cleaned.
Arlington County police said in a crime report that shortly after midnight Monday, a man returned to his Arlington apartment after a trip. He called police when he noticed that his apartment appeared to have been cleaned and some items had been moved around. Nothing was missing.
The story of how Karl Rove and others stole the election for Gov. of Alabama in 1998 and later got the rightful Gov. thrown in prison and even into solitary confinement for years. Now it's a movie named Atticus v. The Architect. If you don't aleady believe how corrupt the Republicans are you will believe it after viewing this sad tale. Then realize that the same people set their sights on the Presidency next and voila George W. Bush stole Florida in 2000. The rest is history.
Longtime Fox News host Eric Bolling has been suspended amid allegations that he texted a lewd photo to multiple female colleagues in years past. A Fox News spokesperson confirmed Saturday that his suspension is "pending the results of an investigation, which is currently underway." Law firm Paul Weiss, which has investigated complaints lodged against other high-profile network employees, is conducting the investigation, the spokesperson said. read more
A naked man running around downtown Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday afternoon was enough on its own to turn heads.
But there was more. According to the FBI, he had robbed a bank and was throwing stolen money to people, making an even bigger spectacle.
Alexander Hayden Sperber, 25, of Fort Lauderdale parked his red Ford Mustang near a Regions Bank branch at 100 SE Third Ave., went in about 3:06 p.m. and, extending his index finger as if to depict a gun, pointed at a teller, according to a federal criminal complaint.
Sperber also claimed he had a gun, and told the teller he would hurt her and others if his needs weren't met. She put approximately $4,700 in a bag he provided, the FBI said.