Wal-Mart has apologized for baking a cake decorated with the ISIS flag. The cake was ordered from a Wal-Mart in Slidell, Louisiana.
The customer said he had been denied an earlier request for a cake decorated with the Confederate battle flag and the words "Heritage Not Hate." Wal-Mart said in a statement: "It's unfortunate that one customer sought to take advantage of an associate who did not know the flag or its meaning. - Referenced Article
A Brazilian cop who was filmed by a TV news crew shooting two teenage suspects after a high-speed chase is being investigated, officials said. One of the suspected motorcycle thieves is seen throwing a helmet at the officer as they raced through the streets of Sao Paolo. Seconds later, they crashed off the road and crumpled onto the sidewalk.
There may be a surprising winner in the digital revolution. While ratings for traditional and cable channels have fallen, the companies that own them are more profitable than ever. Media columnist and author of "Television is the New Television" Michael Wolff joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how companies are riding this wave of success.
Angela Schwendiman, a colleague and fellow instructor at Eastern Washington University, says Rachel Dolezal always projected a black identity and doesn't believe it was an act but that Dolezal sincerely sees herself as black.
Welcome to Los Santos. In a new video from YouTube filmmaking studio CorridorDigital, we see the hyper-violent world of Grand Theft Auto come to life in the very real city Los Angeles, which served as inspiration for the fictional city in the action adventure game.
The clip, which posted Monday, was shot with a GoPro camera that follows the main character around as he wreaks havoc on the town, takes out a couple of targets who are either dummies or born from CGI and steals a few cars. - Referenced Article