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White power meets business casual: Inside the effort to ‘make white nationalism great again’

This time, they might be wearing suits and ties.
A video posted on April 24, 2016 purportedly shows a woman berating a man for using Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, aka 'food stamps.' (YouTube)

Woman filmed berating dad using ‘food stamps’ — and accusing him of being a Bernie supporter

A video posted online purportedly shows an unidentified woman castigating a man in the checkout line at Walmart for using SNAP benefits, more commonly called “food stamps.”

Lil’ Kim and the unbearable whiteness of being

This week the world saw – via that new, visual means of wildfire gossip-mongering known as “trending on social media” – Lil’ Kim’s new face and hair.
A protestors hold up her hands in front of the NYPD as she and others block traffic on the West Side Highway during demonstrations on Dec. 4, 2014 in New York City against the chokehold death of an unarmed black man by a white police officer. (Timothy A. Clary/AFP)

Police are deleting smartphone videos at crime scenes — even though it’s illegal

The smartphone has altered dozens of aspects of our lives, from how we consume our news, to how we meet our dating partners, to how we order our Chinese food deliveries. They have also added a powerful source of evidence at crime scenes.
Michael Lloyd Merichko (YouTube)

Illinois man busted after ‘protesting’ Target for opening restrooms to trans shoppers

Michael Lloyd Merichko was charged with disorderly conduct after being arrested inside the store in Bradley.
Church of Scientology building (Janet Lackey/Flickr)

Catholic woman fired after refusing to take Scientology courses at ‘alkalized water’ company: lawsuit

Echevarria was forced to watch several videos about Scientology and was told she would receive a 25 cents-per-hour raise for each “betterment” course she took through the “church.”
"Morning Star," an original oil pastel by Keegan Brennen. 
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Grieving family hit with unbelievable bill for ‘forgiven’ student loans after artist’s tragic death

Keegan Brennen was a talented artist who died of a brain aneurysm at the age of twenty-two. His $78,000 in federal student loans were forgiven upon his death.
'Man in camouflage pants holding a gun' [Shutterstock]

Texas man shot and killed after trying to stop domestic violence against Walgreens worker

The unidentified man who was killed was shopping with his wife at a Walgreens in Arlington, west of Dallas, when they saw a female employee who had been shot in the leg near the store entrance, an Arlington police spokesman told reporters at the scene.
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Florida woman accused of threatening to ‘blow up’ cops says police raped her

“I am suing the state for being sexually assaulted and they don’t want to investigate. That is the entire case here,” Johanna Garcia said in court on Monday.
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Blogger fired after police chief sent cops to retaliate for exposing his gay-bashing daughter

A Pennsylvania blogger, who wrote about a convicted gay-bashing cop’s daughter, is suing the father and daughter, saying they got her fired from her day job by sending detectives to harass her.
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West Virginia man with concealed carry permit accidentally opens fire on children’s swimming lesson

“This man was sitting not two feet away and his gun went off,” Jackie Kay recalled.