3 Children Among 10 People Shot at Philadelphia Block Party
Ten people were wounded, including a toddler and two other children after a shooting Saturday night at a West Philadelphia block party. The party along the 4100 block of Ogden Street ended with chaos after there were at least two blasts from a shotgun around 10 p.m., police say.
93-year-old woman receives library card 70 years after being
RALEIGH, N.C. (WKRC) -- A 93-year-old woman now has a library card more than 70-years after being denied one because of her race. Pearl Thompson was a college student in 1942 when she went to a Raleigh, North Carolina library to check out a book for a report. But Thompson was turned down because she was African-American. She had to read the book in the library's basement and return it. When local librarians heard Thompson's story, they wanted to right a wrong. Thompson finally got her...
Newly released Gardena Police videos show officers killing unarmed man via LA Times
A federal court released police video recordings Tuesday that show Gardena officers fatally shooting one unarmed man and wounding another in a 2013 incident that resulted in a recent $4.7 million legal settlement by the city.
The full story: http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-federal-judge-orders-release-of-videos-20150714-story.html?14369191098620
The city -- which had refused to make the videos public -- argued during a civil rights lawsuit brought by relatives of the dead m...
14 San Francisco Cops Vs. Homeless Man With One Leg
A physically disabled homeless man was detained by 14 police officers in downtown San Francisco. They pinned him to the ground by his prosthetic leg for allegedly waving his walking stick in a "threatening manner."
Obama Speechless Over Jeb Bush 'Suff Happens' Response to Mass Shootings
The president was left speechless Friday after Jeb Bush argued against calls for gun control after the Oregon tragedy, saying, "look, stuff happens, there's always a crisis and the impulse is always to do something and it's not always the right thing to do."