Malaysian government insists the flight path of MH17 was declared safe, but within hours of the crash, other carriers announced they would not be flying that route. Jeff Pegues reports from Washington.
Black Pastor Sentenced To 2 Years For Staging Fake Hate Crime
A black Baptist minister from Chesterfield County was sentenced Thursday to serve two years in prison for setting his front porch ablaze in a phony hate crime attack that included racist graffiti he painted to deceive police.
CNN's Don Lemon brought on an unusual guest Saturday: a black writer who wrote a column titled, "Why I hate being a black man." Orville Lloyd Douglas explained to Lemon why he wrote such a highly charged column and what it's like for him being a black man.
Joseph Paul Franklin, a white supremacist killer who shot Larry Flynt, is to be executed Wednesday. Franklin is unblinking and empty as he talks about his victims. Do you know how many people you murdered? "I'd rather not mention it," he says flatly.
For most Americans, Thanksgiving commemorates a shared feast between Native Americans and European colonists, but the history that followed the feast is not a happy one. How do Native Americans approach the problematic national holiday?
The NFL has banned FOX from running a commercial for guns. The one-minute ad for Daniel Defense was submitted for consideration to run during the Super Bowl, but was shot down. The NFL’s advertising policy prohibits commercials about weaponry as well as distilled spirits, fireworks and gambling, to name a few. While many are against the ban, saying the commercial doesn’t say or show guns, some speculate that they submitted the ad knowing it would get banned to generate publicity online.
O.J. Simpson Will Appeal Robbery Case To Nevada Supreme Court
O.J. Simpson's lawyers said Tuesday they will take his case back to the Nevada Supreme Court, hoping justices will overturn a lower court judge's decision last week denying the former football star a new trial in his armed robbery case.
Facebook announced that it was changing the way it ranked content in its all-important News Feed — the main page Facebook users see on their desktop and on their phones — in order to promote “high-quality content.” And Facebook said it would make things like “meme photos” harder to see.