Rioters defaced historic monuments honoring military heroes in Washington, D.C., photographs from the National Park Service showed. The defacement occurred as rioters protested the death of Floyd, a black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes, according to footage of the incident. … [Read more...] about White House Refuses To Address Why The Federal Government Did Not Protect The Monuments Honoring Our Nation’s Heroes From Rioters
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Despite concerns about LGBTQ people being “erased” from the 2020 Census, advocacy groups stress that the U.S. Census will represent progress in at least one significant way. Next year’s decennial survey will include questions about both “opposite-sex” and “same-sex” couples for the first time, after feedback that the previous question regarding “same-sex unmarried partners” was confusingly worded. … [Read more...] about Inside the Battle to Get LGBTQ Americans Counted in the Census
For decades, the New Orleans native has delivered endless hits and projects, with accolades that can hardly be articulated into words. Wayne’s skills as a rapper, lyricist, and MC are unmatched when it comes to his rhymes, storytelling, double entendre punchlines and distinct voice. Beyond that, the 37-year-old built an empire with his Young Money Records imprint, catapulting the careers of Drake, Nicki Minaj, Tyga and more. (Maine hinted that fans can expect new energy behind Young Money Records, stating “that’s another one of the goals with this platform — [to] premiere new artists.”) … [Read more...] about Lil Wayne Talks Young Money Radio, Epic Memory With Nicki Minaj and Life During Coronavirus (EXCLUSIVE)
In addition to the two weeks’ worth of wage replacement, low-income individuals may also qualify for a free hotel room if they have no space to safely self-isolate. The city is also providing food and other essential supplies through its High Risk Community Housing program, which is managed by the city’s Human Services Agency. … [Read more...] about SF to pay low-wage workers who get COVID-19 to stay home and isolate
Until now. One year after Epstein’s high-profile arrest—and his subsequent suicide—prosecutors may finally be closing in on the billionaire pedophile’s alleged network of enablers and fellow abusers. On Thursday, Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s former girlfriend and alleged madam, was arrested and charged with assisting, facilitating, and contributing to the abuse of minor girls as young as 14, as well as lying under oath. The British heiress had been laying low ever since Epstein’s arrest while battling efforts to unseal court records. But the FBI had been keeping an eye on her all along, and nabbed her at a “gorgeous residence” in rural New Hampshire that she purchased through an LLC in December 2019. Maxwell now faces decades in prison if convicted. … [Read more...] about A Year After Epstein’s Arrest, Will Victims Finally Get Justice?