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Our Fear Of Black Men Is Racist, And It Killed Philando Castile

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Eric Dickerson Says O.J. Simpson Is Still Bankable After Prison

[[tmz:video id=”0_yyn5stf0″]] Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson says O.J. Simpson won’t have a problem making money if released from prison … telling TMZ Sports he thinks Juice can make a killing as a free man. E.D. — who admits Simpson is his favorite… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Fake California Earthquake Alert Sends Twitter Into a Tizzy

An earthquake alert sent out by a staffer at Caltech had Southern Californians quaking in fear Wednesday night — but not because the ground was actually moving. The report of a 6.8 magnitude quake in the Pacific Ocean near Santa Barbara sent around 4:51 p.m. PT sent Twitter into a panic, but it was actually referring to…

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American Exceptionalism: An Oxymoron?

Note: The video below may be disturbing for some viewers. Back in the days when this land was still infected with the disease of slavery, many African-American mothers chose to drown their children rather than subject them the hardships of bondage they’d endured. This was considered a merciful act. Is America once again in a…

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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Forced to Resign

Following months of scandal and criticism, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigned from the ride-sharing company Tuesday under pressure from investors, the New York Times is reporting. The move comes a week after Kalanick took an undetermined leave of absence amid a growing scandal surrounding the company’s workplace culture, which included numerous allegations of sexual harassment….

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