The bar now supports the Kansas City Chiefs.
The crowd erupted after a black male student said Darren Wilson “pretty much did his job.”
Mehlville High School students in south St. Louis County held a walk-out protest today for robber Mike Brown.
Six people were shot at a South St. Louis police bar on Tuesday night during a robbery.
Under New York law, an indictment must be agreed upon by at least 12 members of a grand jury, which can have up to 23 members.
The University of Texas at Austin is missing about 100 brains — about half of the specimens the university had in a collection of brains preserved in jars of formaldehyde.
One of the campaign’s early missions invites players to burn an opium field to the ground. You don’t exactly need to be a student of history to appreciate that an American setting South Asian fields alight with a flamethrower might arouse some rather disturbing connotations. And yet the game remains thoroughly, even ludicrously oblivious.
The U.S. is getting better, China is getting worse and Scandinavia reigns supreme.
Two buses bringing children home from school collided on a Tennessee highway Tuesday afternoon, killing two students and an adult and injuring another 27 people.
The Senate voted 52-42 to confirm Colleen Bell, a former producer of the soap opera, “The Bold and the Beautiful.”
People, ages 19 and older, can start applying this spring. A class of about 300 students will start in July. Goodwill has capped the school at 350 students. The students will earn an Indiana Core 40 High School Diploma — the same diploma teens are earning at high schools across the state. Because for many, that piece of paper, or the lack thereof, is the only thing standing between them and a career.
A New Mexico middle school student accused of inhaling ground-up Smarties candies at school last month says he has learned that his school record will now permanently reflect the charge of drug possession.
“We still have challenges with people being willing to provide information that could be helpful in solving or preventing crime,” Buttigieg says. “There have been stories of shooting victims refusing to share what had happened to them because of mistrust.”
News reports indicate that the House GOP plans to surrender to the President and avoid taking a stand against his unconstitutional executive amnesty. Even leftwing media outlets agree that the plan is a unilateral surrender. According to Politico, they will vote on a “symbolic” bill opposing the President’s executive action that the “Senate will likely ignore”, then pass a massive omnibus spending bill that stays silent on amnesty.