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Wednesday, a South Carolina judge vacated Stinney’s conviction, which essentially clears his name. Stinney was convicted of murdering two white girls in Alcolu, South Carolina. His trial lasted a few hours and no witnesses were called on his behalf. When he was sentenced to die...
Boxing great Muhammad Ali was hospitalized with a mild case of pneumonia that was caught early and should result in a short hospital stay, an Ali spokesman said Saturday night. The three-time world heavyweight champion, who is battling Parkinson’s disease, is being treated by...
NEW YORK (WABC) -- The Rev. Al Sharpton is denouncing any violence against police in the name of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. He also says angry rhetoric that somehow blames protesters or Mayor Bill de Blasio for creating the climate for such slayings is "reckless." Sharpton...
BED-STUY (WABC) -- The suspect in Saturday's deadly shootings of 2 NYPD police officers has a criminal history, according to authorities. Criminal records show 28 year old Ismaaiyl Brinsley has a history of arrests on various charges in Georgia, including robbery, shoplifting,...
Former NY State Governor, George Pataki, took to Twitter to give his opinion on the happenings surrounding the Bedford-Stuyvesant shooting of two police officers, yesterday. Explaining his disgust with the entire situation, he blames; Attorney General Eric Holder and Mayor of...
BED-STUY (WABC) -- The NYPD is mourning two New York City officers who were shot and killed inside a marked patrol car in Brooklyn Saturday. They were "ambushed and murdered," and never had an opportunity to draw their weapons, authorities said. The two officers, identified as...
“I think people forget that we’ve lived in the White House for six years,” the first lady told the publication. “Before that, Barack Obama was a black man that lived on the South Side of Chicago, who had his share of troubles catching cabs.” In a 2008 piece for the Wall Street...
Clinton spoke about the importance of the nation acting in accordance with its values after receiving an award from The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights at a gala in New York. “Today we can say again in a loud and clear voice that the United States should...
NEW YORK (WABC) -- The New York City Patrolmen's Benevolent Association's relationship with Mayor Bill de Blasio and city officials is growing more contentious. PBA President Patrick Lynch said Saturday that if his officers aren't getting support behind the scenes then they don'...