NCAA Can’t Aid For Homeless Athlete
A local Idaho news station aired a segment on Boise State football player Antoine Turner, and his rough journey from New Orleans to the team. Turner’s currently homeless, and Broncos fans who learned about his story want to help, but the university is discouraging that generosity, because it could... Read more
American Bar Association Names First Black Woman President
The American Bar Association has named Paulette Brown as its new president, making her the first black female to hold the title. Graduating from Howard University and Seton Hall University School of Law, Brown has been practicing law since 1976, and in her 38 years of work she makes... Read more
Police Can Search Vehicles Without Warrant
Via from 2013 A federal appeals court in Philadelphia ruled Tuesday that the government must obtain a warrant to attach a GPS unit to a car. The case involved alleged pharmacy burglaries in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland: the authorities suspected a trio of brothers and slapped a... Read more
Bill O’Reilly Blames Beyonce
By Scott T. Sterling for While far more famously known for his criticisms of rappers and hip-hop, FOX News political pundit Bill O’Reilly has developed a recent fascination with Beyoncé. First, O’Reilly took the singer to task for the sexy music video for recent single “Partition”, filmed at... Read more