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December, 2015

 

As Someone Raised on Bill Cosby, There’s No Joy in Writing About His Alleged Crimes

My parents forced me to have a crush on Rudy Huxtable. Source: theroot


As Someone Raised on Bill Cosby, There’s No Joy in Writing About His Alleged Crimes

My parents forced me to have a crush on Rudy Huxtable. Source: theroot


Nigeria's Government Could Negotiate with Boko Haram to Free Kidnapped Schoolgirls 

Nigeria is still open to negotiating with Boko Haram to secure the release of the 209 schoolgirls that were kidnapped in April 2014 by the terrorist group, Fox News reports.  Source: theroot


Mom of 'Affluenza' Teen Arrives in U.S. after being Deported from Mexico 

The mother of the infamous "affluenza" teen, Ethan Couch, arrived at Los Angeles International Airport, after being deported from Mexico Wednesday evening, WFAA-TV reports. Source: theroot


Mom of ‘Affluenza’ Teen Arrives in U.S. After Being Deported From Mexico 

The mother of the “affluenza” teen, Ethan Couch, arrived at Los Angeles International Airport, after being deported from Mexico Wednesday evening, WFAA-TV reports. Source: theroot


Urban Bush Babes' Cipriana Quann Accuses NYPD of False Arrest

Model and editor-in-chief of Urban Bush Babes Cipriana Quann is suing the New York Police Department for an alleged false arrest, the New York Daily News reports.  Source: theroot


FBI Offering $5,000 Reward for Information Leading to Man who Left Raw Bacon at Nevada Mosque

Authorities are continuing to pursue a case in which an individual put raw bacon on the door of a Nevada Mosque, with the FBI offering a $5,000 reward for information that helps them locate the suspect, the Associated Press reports.  Source: theroot


Minn. Man Fired After Racist Message Posted to Black Lives Matter Facebook

A Minnesota man lost his job after he reportedly sent racist messages to the Minneapolis chapter of Black Lives Matter last week. Source: theroot


Federal Lawsuit Accuses Mich. Police of Badly Beating, Wrongfully Arresting, Unarmed Black Teen

A federal lawsuit filed last week is accusing a Grand Rapids, Mich. officer of using "unreasonable and excessive force," while having "no lawful authority," to arrest a black teen in June 2014, in an incident that left the young man severely injured, the New York Daily News reports.  Source: theroot


Federal Lawsuit Accuses Mich. Police of Badly Beating, Wrongfully Arresting, Unarmed Black Teen

A federal lawsuit filed last week is accusing a Grand Rapids, Mich. officer of using "unreasonable and excessive force," while having "no lawful authority," to arrest a black teen in June 2014, in an incident that left the young man severely injured, the New York Daily News reports.  Source: theroot