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Decades Later, Emmett Till’s Accuser Admits She Lied

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On August 21, 1955, 14-year-old Emmett Till arrived in Money, Mississippi to visit his uncle, Mose Wright. Three days later, Till went to a store owned by a white couple to buy bubble gum. As he left the establishment, he reportedly whistled at the 21-year-old owner, Carolyn Bryant. At the …

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Judge Says Robin Thicke Has A History Of Domestic Abuse

On Thursday, a judge ordered Robin Thicke to stay 100 yards clear of his 6-year-old son Julian, ex-wife Paula Patton and Paula’s mom, after finding Thicke has a “history” of physical abuse.   Paula claims that Robin has abused her several times over the course of their marriage. In her declaration, Paula …

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The Entire State Department Senior Management Team Jumps Ship

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Donald Trump’s first week in the Oval Office has been a cause for concern, to say the least. Trump’s first few days have led to a massive march on Washington, sparked a controversy in regards to the White House’s use of “alternative facts, and forced several long-time employees of the U.S. …

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Lifetime Is Working On A Michael Jackson Biopic

As After questionable biopics featuring Aaliyah, Britney Spears and the cast of Saved by the Bell, Lifetime network has announced that they will be tackling the story of Michael Jackson.     The network announced that “Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland” (working title), based on the best-selling book “Remember the …

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Donald Trump To Sign Executive Action Limiting Immigration

Less than a week in office and Donald Trump has been signing off on several executive orders a day. After signing orders to ban abortion and advance the Dakota Pipeline, Trump has now set his sights on immigration.   Reports say that on Wednesday, Donald Trump is expected to take …

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