Christian school cites Leviticus ‘non-discrimination policy’ to ban girl for having two moms
Two other county clerks in Kentucky are refusing to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples. The only difference between them and Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis is that Casey County Clerk Casey Davis (no relation to Kim) and Whitley County Clerk Kay Schwartz have yet to get sued, so there are currently no court orders for them to defy.
Dr. Jeffrey Joel Abrams pleaded guilty in June to eight counts of sexual penetration of an unconscious person, three counts of sexual battery and one count of possession of child pornography, reported the Times of San Diego.
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Usher married Grace Miguel after being engaged since the end of 2014/ beginning of 2015.
Republican Florida state Rep. Janet Adkins was recently caught on tape explaining her plan to defeat state Rep. Corrine Brown, a black Democrat, by redrawing the district lines to include African-American inmates who cannot vote.
Brown sued the state earlier this year after Republican lawmakers proposed adding about 7,000 inmates to Congressional District 5. Prison populations in Florida include a much higher percentage of minorities compared to the general population.
Minister Louis Farrakhan shares his views on how we can stop the violence plaguing the African-American community.
Cornell W. Brooks, President and CEO of the NAACP, spoke with Roland Martin about the culmination of the Journey for Justice march.
A Boston transit cop is under investigation after beating an unarmed Black woman on a bus last Friday.
The term “thin blue line” typically refers to police officers being the difference between ordered society and anarchy.
Now, a San Antonio man is taking the “thin blue line” and starting a movement.
Small business owner Anthony Welichko appears to be keying in on the recent execution of a police officer in Texas to start what he calls the “Safe Harbor” initiative. He floated the idea on Facebook, and more than 65,000 people have shared it:
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Students at Howard University have taken to Twitter to air their grievances regarding the conditions at their school. They have been tweeting messages regarding the mold, rats, nonfunctioning air conditioners and the limited number of staff on campus. They are also protesting against red tape and glitches in financial aid at the school.