Tag Archives: Tiny

Studies Find That Children Learn To Undervalue Women From Their Parents

By Washington Post

With good reason, much of the concern about misogyny is currently focused on the workplace.


America’s Ongoing Tobacco Crisis: The Rich May Have Stopped Smoking – But Not The Poor

By The Washington Post

 — After decades of lawsuits, public campaigns and painful struggles,


Police Fatally Shot Black Woman After She Called Them For Help

By Seattle Times

Dozens of people attended a vigil Sunday night for a 30-year-old woman fatally shot by Seattle police as department use-of-force investigators probed how officers wound up killing a woman who had called police for help.


Doctors Warn To Stop Using Aluminum Foil Or Face Deadly Consequnces

By Faith Panda

Aluminum foil, which was first introduced in the early 1900s, is currently one of the most commonly used kitchen items. It is extremely versatile too, and is used for cooking, wrapping, and even for treating some common heath issues.


Woman Addicted To Extreme Surgery Procedures and Tanning Injections

By Closer

With her peroxide hair, eye-watering 32S-cup cleavage and tiny size six frame, Martina Big certainly stands out from the crowd.


South African Teen Arrested for Bleaching Baby To Convince Boyfriend He’s The Father

By News Daily

A 19-year old girl from Limpopo in South Africa has been arrested for bleaching her baby in a bid to convince her doubting light-skinned boyfriend that he was the father.

KKK Imperial Wizard Found In Belize After Fleeing The U.S 30 Years Ago

By Daily Mail

A former Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan who now lives in Belize, alongside the very race of people he fought to segregate, has told Daily Mail Online: ‘I don’t hate blacks… Ain’t that something?’


Ben Carson Refers To Slaves as ‘Immigrants’ Who Worked Really Hard ‘For Less’

By Huffington Post

WASHINGTON ― Ben Carson made his debut as secretary of Housing and Urban Development Monday by telling agency employees about the virtues of the “can-do” American society.


7 Baltimore ‘1930s Gangster’ Police Officers Indicted On Federal Racketeering Charges

By ABC News

They were just seven officers on a police force of more than 3,000, but the Baltimore detectives charged with theft, fraud and conspiracy had an outsized crime-fighting role in a city plagued by violence.


Georgia Couple Gets 35 Years For Crashing A Child’s Birthday Party With Racial Threats

By Daily News

A Georgia man and woman cried in court Monday after they were both sentenced to long prison terms for terrorizing a black child’s birthday party with Confederate flags, racial slurs and threats.

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Chicago Now has Over 700 Homicides

By Chicago Tribune

In a year of relentless violence, Chicago has hit another grim milestone


Master P Built His $250 Million Empire Off A $10,000 Life Insurance Settlement

By Celebrity Net Worth

When you browse our annual ranking of the richest rappers in the world


FBI Was Told Of White Supremacist In Law Enforcement

By PBS Newshour

Increased attention toward the killing of black men


Ivanka Trump Is Losing Business Thanks To Donald Trump

By Raw Story

It seems Trump’s business spiral isn’t isolated to the Donald.


Is It Wise To Give Your Child A Smartphone?

By Life Site News

Oct. 4, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – After spending four days at the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit in Houston


Gentrification Hits Harlem

By NYTimes

For nearly a century, Harlem has been synonymous with black urban America.


Suspect A Bug Infestation? 4 Steps You Need To Take

By EurWeb

*It happened. Your worst household nightmare came true: a bug infestation.


White High School Football Players Rape Black Disabled Boy With Coat Hanger

By The Washington Post

When a teammate held out his arms after football practice in their high school locker-room,


Confirmed: Governor Snyder’s Aides Knew Flint River Was Toxic 3 Years Prior to the Switch

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder may have known about the Flint River’s toxicity as early as December 2012, according to a new report.


Colorado About to Require All Police Officers to Undergo Psychological Evaluations

By Jon Levine

Colorado ruled Monday that police officers in the state be required to undergo full