Trump accuses Black reporter of asking ‘racist question’ about his nationalist rhetoric

Blog   |   November 8, 2018

NEWSWEEK — President Donald Trump fired back at a Black female reporter who asked the president if his rhetoric about nationalism could be seen as heartening white supremacists across the country. The president called the question “racist.” “On the campaign … Continue reading

Louisiana votes to end non-unanimous jury verdicts, only Oregon remains

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U.S. NEWS (AP) — A constitutional amendment to end non-unanimous jury verdicts in Louisiana was approved Tuesday by the state’s voters — a victory for a rare alliance of conservative and progressive organizations that got behind the measure to end a practice … Continue reading

GoFundMe donors raise more than $140K for teacher who punched student

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THE HILL — An online fundraiser for a California teacher who was recorded on video punching a student who yelled racial slurs at him has surpassed $140,000. A GoFundMe page for Marston Riley, a music teacher at Maywood Academy High School in Los Angeles, had exceeded … Continue reading

This Harvard Law grad took her final exam while in labor

Blog   |   November 6, 2018

GOOD MORNING AMERICA — When Brianna Williams was giving birth to her daughter, she asked for an epidural so that she could finish her final exam. In an essay she wrote for Good Morning America, Williams reflects on her experience … Continue reading