By Anthony Major UCF Forum columnist As I began to write this column, my ears were ringing with the news story of another senseless shooting. This time it's of nine people at the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C. Show More Summary
Good morning. Here are nine media stories. High profile, low risk Monday's news that NBCUniversal was severing its business relationship with real estate tycoon-turned presidential aspirant Donald Trump over his racist remarks was covered widely. Show More Summary
“The Principal And The Pauper” (season nine, episode two; originally aired 09/28/1997) In which that’s not a funny story, but I guess you had to be there... In the last few installments of The A.V. Club’s classic The Simpsons coverage,...Show More Summary
As I reported at length last week, there is plenty of reason to doubt the official police story of what happened last month at and around the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas where nine people were killed and 18 wounded in a shootout. Police claim the tragedy was mostly or entirely a result of a melee of crazy biker gangs shooting at each other. Show More Summary
By Anthony Major UCF Forum columnist As I began to write this column, my ears were ringing with the news story of another senseless shooting. This time it's of nine people at the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in...Show More Summary
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Rick Bayless has published nine cookbooks since 1987's Authentic Mexican. I've cooked out of all of them, and I've not once come across a bunk recipe.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Clytie & Claudia's Storied Pieces Pin it I found ceiling fan shopping to be one of the most stressful parts of renovation: how can all of them be so tacky and so expensive? Make the most of what you've got with these nine DIYs, in which skateboards, Batman, and the Golden Girls may or may not make an appearance... READ MORE »
“The massacre of nine African-Americans in a storied Charleston church last week, which thrust the issues of race relations and gun rights into the center of the 2016 presidential campaign, has now resurfaced another familiar and divisive question in the [...]
Just hours after the media takeout story of the nine black lives that were taken but a gunman in Charleston, South Carolina, Solange Knowles-Smith apparently had a few words to say on the topic. Solange speaks on this issue because she has personally experienced racial violence, according to MSNBC. Show More Summary
Nine stories give voice to the people of the Filipino diaspora.
“It’s distressing contemplating another story like this,” says Barry Blitt, about the appalling murders referenced on next week’s cover, “but not really surprising, I guess.” The cover is titled “Nine” and appears on the issue of June 29, 2015. For more on the Charleston massacre, read David Remnick, Jelani Cobb, and Amy Davidson.
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Dylann Storm Roof has confessed to the racially-charged murder of nine people at a church meeting in South Carolina, leading Friday’s latest developments in the story. Admission Of Guilt Roof… READ ON
“W hen his trouble really started, I missed it,” remembers the narrator of “A Contract Overseas,” one of the nine deceptively quiet stories in Mia Alvar’s debut collection, In the Country. A college student who dreams of being a published...Show More Summary
I'm Davan Maharaj, editor of the Los Angeles Times. Early evidence in the massacre of nine black men and women in a South Carolina church points to a hate crime. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES Massacre in a Sanctuary Even in a year when race troubles have...
To pretend to be surprised by his crime is to be complicit in it. In so many ways, the story of Dylann Roof, the shooting suspect who allegedly killed nine people in an historic South Carolina black church, is a parallel to the story of America itself. Show More Summary
This story was updated at 12:45 p.m. President Obama on Thursday expressed “deep sorrow” over the “senseless murders" in Charleston, S.C., where nine people were killed in a church shooting Wednesday night, blaming ineffective gun laws and issuing a sharp condemnation of the politics surrounding gun control legislation. "Any death of this sort is a […]
Mayor Bill de Blasio found fault with Verizon's citywide delivery of FiOS even before he took office. Now his administration says it has the goods on the telecommunications giant. In a report nine... To view the full story, click the title link.
So we woke up to a horrible story: CHARLESTON, S.C. -- An intense manhunt was under way Thursday for a white gunman who opened fire on Wednesday night at a historic black church in this city’s downtown, killing nine people before fleeing. The...Show More Summary