Monthly Archives: November 2014

Violence erupts after Ferguson grand jury announcement

FERGUSON, Mo., – Violence erupted here Monday evening after demonstrators learned there would be no criminal indictment of police officer Darren Wilson for the August shooting death of teen Michael Brown.

Cleveland police kill 12-year-old boy wielding BB gun that looked like a semi-automatic pistol

On Saturday afternoon, 12-year-old Tamir Rice was sitting on a swing outside a recreation center in Cleveland, wearing a camouflage hat and hiding a BB gun in his waistband

Boehner: House GOP files Obamacare suit

Washington (CNN) — House Speaker John Boehner said Friday he has sued the Obama Administration in federal court over its decisions to make changes to the President’s health care law, which congressional Republicans argue were unconstitutional.

Haiti – Social : 211th anniversary of the Battle of Vertières

To mark the 211th anniversary of the Battle of Vertières, the President Michel Martelly declared on social media “Tribute to our brave ancestors … Read More

Anti-government protest in Haiti turns violent

A protester holds up a picture of Haiti’s former President Jean Bertrand Aristide during an anti-government protest in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, … Read More

Dwight Howard investigated amid child-abuse allegations

COBB COUNTY, Ga.— Cobb County police are investigating allegations that Houston Rockets star Dwight Howard abused his 7-year-old child.

Lionel Messi Hints at Leaving FC Barcelona

A crucial part of the team’s forward line, Messi’s recent performance for Barcelona have failed to make headlines. The added off-field controversies – he has had problems with Spanish tax officials – have further dented his game. And while the

Adresse du Président du Sénat à la Nation

Simon Dieuseul Desras “invite toutes les Haïtiennes, tous les Haïtiens à se recueillir et à méditer sur la geste de nos Aïeux” Peule haïtien, Je m’adresse à vous, mandaté par mes Pairs, depuis cette Tribune historique de la Présidence du

Tough Kookie Foundation Inc. For Sickle Cell Awareness and Support

Mission Tough Kookie Foundation Inc. (TKF) mission is to reach as many people as possible

Teen Driver Busted for Going 118 mph in Wrong Direction

An unlicensed female was taken into custody after driving 118 mph in the wrong direction on the highway, New Hampshire State Police confirmed.