Cops killed man at Walmart, then interrogated girlfriend  

The Guardian By : Staff Reporting

After killing a man at an Ohio Walmart, police interrogated his girlfriend, accusing her of lying, threatening her with jail time and suggesting she could be on drugs, according to a video posted on The Guardian's website. The man, John Crawford III, was holding an air rifle he had picked up off a store shelf when police shot him.

A prosecutor called the case a "perfect storm" with "no bad guys," but the family has said police used excessive force. - Referenced Article


Heart Disease Risks for Black Women  

NBC News By : Staff Reporting

New test makes it easier for doctors to measure a fairly new indicator of heart disease risk — one that is especially helpful for African-American women.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the test Monday. It measures the inflammation caused by the buildup of dangerous gunk in the arteries and can show a patient risks having a heart attack or a stroke even if she doesn't have high cholesterol. - Referenced Article


Why doesn't Facebook have a Dislike button?  

Asiaone Digital By : Staff Reporting

Ever wondered why there is no 'dislike' button on Facebook? That was the top voted question posed to Facebook chief executive officer (CEO) Mark Zuckerberg. Speaking at a Facebook town hall Q&A session today, Zuckerberg said:

"You know we're thinking about it - on the 'Dislike' button." He suggested that there could be more ways in which users could express their feelings towards the content that they see on Facebook. - Referenced Article


A critical moment for Israeli-Palestinian security coordination  

HAARETZ.COM By : Amos Harel

The consequences of Wednesday’s death of a Palestinian Authority minister following clashes with Israeli soldiers and Border Police officers will become clear in another few days.

PA Minister Ziad Abu Ein, who died at a West Bank protest, will be buried in a big funeral in Ramallah on Thursday.

Then come Friday prayers, which are expected to be accompanied by a wave of protests led by Fatah and the PA. - Referenced Article


Over 80 percent of Americans Feel Internet Helps them Learn More  

Wall Street OTC By : Staff Reporting

A new study released Monday by the American think tank Pew Research Center shows that more than two-thirds of Americans believe that the Internet helps them be better informed and has considerably improved their ability of learning new things.

The findings reveal that the average American’s faith in what on-line services have to offer has improved significantly since 2006 when Pew conducted a similar study. - Referenced Article


New York City Council Will Weigh Ban On Horse-Drawn Carriages  

NPR By : Staff Reporting

Following up on a controversial campaign promise, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's bill to ban horse-drawn carriages reached the City Council on Monday, in a move to phase out the carriages that often give tours around Central Park.

The legislation says that as of June 1, 2016, "it shall be unlawful to operate a horse-drawn vehicle in the city of New York or offer rides to the public on a vehicle drawn or pulled by a carriage horse." - Referenced Article


The Holiday Gift Guide You Have Always Wanted  

Slate By : Staff Reporting

Tt’s December. Every publication has a gift guide, and every morning show has a segment on what you should be buying.

You look at own your list, and wonder: Who, exactly, are those suggestions for? Everyone you know already has an iPad or a Kindle.

And you’ve had it with Moscow mule mugs, artisanal pork products, and those little stones that you’re supposed to use instead of ice in your whiskey. Referenced Article


Missouri AG confirms Michael Brown grand jury misled by Assistant DA Kathy Alizadeh  

Daily Kos By : Frank Vyan Walton

Subsequent to a previous report from Lawrence O'Donnell, the Missouri Attorney General has confirmed with "Last Word" that instructions given the Michael Brown grand jury describing the police "use of force" laws was incorrect and misleading.

The background of this situation: Lawrence O'Donnell reported that after reviewing the transcripts of the grand jury, his analyst discovered that the assistant district attorneys working for Bob McCulloch gave the jurors an outdated copy of Missouri law, which stated all that was required for an officer to use deadly force is their "reasonable belief" that there was a threat. - Referenced Article


Amtrak Stabbing: Man Charged With Intent to Murder After Attacking 4  

NBC News By : Staff Reporting

A man who stabbed four people on an Amtrak train in Michigan, including a conductor, was apprehended Friday night, police said. Michael Darnell Williams, 44, was charged with four counts of assault and intent to murder, Niles Police Chief Jim Millin told NBC News.

The suspect first boarded the train in Chicago. Michigan police responded to a call from Amtrak Chicago around 7 p.m. advising they had a man on the train who was "talking to himself, acting strangely and acting agitated," Millin said in a news conference Friday. Referenced Article


A Black Lives Matter Manifesto  

eNewsReference.com By : Staff Reporting

#BlackLivesMatter. Officer Wilson or an Officer Pantaleo's didnt wake up on the mornings in question seeking out the controversy that they find themselves in...We dont believe that.

We do believe the racist system that they have taken an oath to is wrong. The same system that allows guns and drugs on our streets unabated with young Black mercenaries creating mayhem has produced Officer Wilson and Officer Pantaleo.

We don't have to be a perfect community to stand against this particular wrong. Attacking their greed during the height of their "Xmas" season will send a message. The irony is we require police protection and the majority are doing their work correctly, but we require agencies that are responsive to the law-abiding members of our communities; #BlackLivesMatter and our dignity matters.

A dialogue about armored patrols and security zones being responsive and representational of the community is a part of the meaningful discussions to have. If business is disrupted and people begin to organize and vote I'll bet the plutocrats will begin to summon their lynch men to change the behavior and/or policies that are killing unarmed individuals.

We can talk until we're blue in the face and lifeless, but actions made a difference in the 50s and 60s. #ATTACKTHEIRGREED!


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