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Officers in Fairfax County hit Jamee Kimble’s car and handcuffed her in front of her children before confirming that she was not involved in a crime they were investigating. A mother in Virginia is demanding an apology from the Fairfax County Police Department after officers rammed into her car while her children were inside and handcuffed her.
Enrique Tarrio, leader of the Proud Boys (L) and Joe Biggs (R) gather outside of Harry's bar during a protest on December 12, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Stephanie Keith/Getty Images) Reacting to a guilty plea from a senior Proud Boy leader Jeremy Bertino, 43, of Belmont, N.C. on Thursday on...
Meet Aye Yo Kells, The Woman Who’s Launching The First Black-Owned, All-Female Staffed Adoption Agency
After embarking on a journey to find her birth mother Kelley Jamison (also known as Aye Yo Kells) vowed to help others find their own loving families. It all started when, during an argument at her middle school, a classmate told Kelly Jamison she was adopted. This would’ve been considered an innocent jab between the two 12-year-olds in any other circumstance, but for Jamison, it went far beyond that.
A recent study examined over 200 of the largest cities in the U.S. to see where truly monogamous men and women can be found. Surprisingly, most can be found in this West Coast state. In the quest to find a monogamous partner (for those who practice it), we are often...
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Since April, Mayors Lori Lightfoot, Eric Adams, and Muriel Bowser have had to address an unexpected influx of migrants courtesy of the Texas Governor. Since April, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has launched and executed “Operation Lone Star.” The controversial theatrical political tactic has bused migrants who crossed the nation’s borders in Texas to New York City, Washington, D.C., and Chicago. Though there was only one instance where migrants were flown to and abandoned in Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts, the other cities have borne the brunt of the operation.
The launch of the Western District of New York program is part of a broader effort by the DOJ as The United Against Hate initiative will be implemented in all 94 U.S. attorneys’ offices nationwide. The Department Of Justice (DOJ) announced a new initiative to combat hate crimes in...