Playboy Names Cardi B Its Creative Director

Cardi B is coming to Playboy to be its first-ever creative director in residence, according to Entertainment Tonight. She will also be a founding member of the company’s creator-led platform called CENTERFOLD. “Joining the @playboy family is a dream and I know yall are going to love what we put together  I’m startin this party...
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Attorney Ben Crump Calls on FBI To Investigate ‘Suicide’ of Jelani Day

WARNING: This story contains a mention of suicide. Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump is calling for a federal investigation into the death of Jelani Day, marking nearly the 100th day since the Illinois State University graduate student’s body was found. Day was reported missing in late August after his family hadn’t heard...

Charles Moose, Former Police Chief and Face of DC Sniper Manhunt, Dies

Charles A. Moose, the Montgomery County police chief known for leading a sniper manhunt in the Washington metropolitan area in 2002, died at his Palm Harbor, Florida, home on Nov. 25, per The Washington Post. He was 68. A cause of death remains unknown at this time,...

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Jacqueline Avant, Wife of Famed Music Exec Clarence Avant, Killed in Home Invasion

Jacqueline Avant, 81 the wife of music legend Clarence Avant, was killed in a home invasion earlier today according to a report in TMZ. In a report in Variety, the Beverly Hills Police Department has confirmed a shooting at that location resulted in a death early Wednesday morning around...

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Prosecution Rests Its Case Against Smollett as Defense Requests Mistrial

After three days of testimony from seven witnesses, the prosecution rested its case in the trial for actor Jussie Smollett. In Jan. 2019, the actor, who played Jamal Lyon in the Fox drama “Empire,” reported two masked men attacked him in Chicago. Smollett alleged the...

Charles Moose, Former Police Chief and Face of DC Sniper Manhunt, Dies

Charles A. Moose, the Montgomery County police chief known for leading a sniper manhunt in the Washington metropolitan area in 2002, died at his Palm Harbor, Florida, home on Nov. 25, per The Washington Post. He was 68. A cause of death remains unknown at this time,...
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Attorney Ben Crump Calls on FBI To Investigate ‘Suicide’ of Jelani Day

WARNING: This story contains a mention of suicide. Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump is calling for a federal investigation into the death of Jelani Day, marking nearly the 100th day since the Illinois State University graduate student’s body was found. Day was reported missing in late August after his family hadn’t heard...

Playboy Names Cardi B Its Creative Director

Cardi B is coming to Playboy to be its first-ever creative director in residence, according to Entertainment Tonight. She will also be a founding member of the company’s creator-led platform called CENTERFOLD. “Joining the @playboy family is a dream and I know yall are going to love what we put together  I’m startin this party...

Authorities Search for Parents of Suspect in Michigan School Shooting

Authorities are searching for the parents of the suspect in the shooting at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan, according to USA Today.  James and Jennifer Crumbley were charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter by a prosecutor as they are accused of purchasing the...

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Prosecution Rests Its Case Against Smollett as Defense Requests Mistrial

After three days of testimony from seven witnesses, the prosecution rested its case in the trial for actor Jussie Smollett. In Jan. 2019, the actor, who played Jamal Lyon in...

Charles Moose, Former Police Chief and Face of DC Sniper Manhunt, Dies

Charles A. Moose, the Montgomery County police chief known for leading a sniper manhunt in the Washington metropolitan area in 2002, died at his Palm Harbor, Florida, home on Nov. 25, per The...
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Attorney Ben Crump Calls on FBI To Investigate ‘Suicide’ of Jelani Day

WARNING: This story contains a mention of suicide. Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump is calling for a federal investigation into the death of Jelani Day, marking nearly the 100th day since the Illinois State University graduate student’s body was...

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