White Woman Hit With Hate Crime For Spitting on Black Protester Gets Charges Dropped
While the vile act of spitting on someone is usually punishable by law, for some reason a white woman who recently did it with clear racist intentions towards a Black woman was let off the hook by Hartford Superior Court after they felt "special probation" would be better than charging her with a hate crime.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Shares Anti-Violence Council Recommendations [VIDEO]
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced on Friday that the Anti-Violence Advisory Council she created has submitted recommendations for how to combat the current wave of violent crime sweeping the city.
Unvaccinated US Swimmer Sparks Debate As Olympics Start
A debate is brewing between former gold medalist Maya DiRado and some American swimmers over U.S. medal threat Michael Andrew’s decision not to be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus as he prepares to compete at the Tokyo Olympics.
IRS Slaps R. Kelly With $2 Million Tax Lien
R. Kelly has been slapped with a $2 million dollar tax lien for allegedly failing to pay taxes in 2008.
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Tennessee to restart nearly all vaccine outreach paused amid GOP pressure, says health commissioner
Tennessee will start promoting adolescent vaccines again after pausing outreach this month, sparking a media firestorm.
JMCSS says masks are optional, sets other guidelines for school year
JMCSS set its guidelines for the upcoming school year, including masks, vaccinations and distancing being optional for students and staff.
The bust of Nathan Bedford Forrest is out of the Tennessee Capitol. Here's how it happened
Crews removed the bust from the Capitol Friday morning.
Texas, Oklahoma in SEC seems bad for Tennessee football. Well, maybe not | Adams
If the Tennessee Vols have the right football coach, they shouldn't be afraid of competing in a 16-team super conference.