• Riots following George Floyd’s death may cost insurance companies up to $2B

    Riots following George Floyd’s death may cost insurance companies up to $2B

    Insurance companies could pay up to $2 billion in claims stemming from riots sparked by the police killing of George Floyd — making them the most expensive in US history, a new report says. The record-setting insured losses piled up as the demonstrations sometimes devolved into looting, arson and vandalism in 20 states across the …
  • Viral sensation Keedron Bryant drops ‘I Just Wanna Live’ EP

    Viral sensation Keedron Bryant drops ‘I Just Wanna Live’ EP

    Like many young students, 13-year-old Keedron Bryant is now navigating virtual learning as he goes back to school. But this eighth-grader from Jacksonville, Fla., is also a viral sensation who’s dropping his debut EP, “I Just Wanna Live,” on Friday. Keedron Bryant is dropping his debut EP, “I Just Wanna Live,” on Friday.AP Bryant landed …
  • Sports Authority founder sounds off on LeBron James, mixing sports with politics

    Sports Authority founder sounds off on LeBron James, mixing sports with politics

    The founder of Sports Authority says he’s dismayed by athletes who are mixing politics with sports — and said he would demote their products if he were still in charge. “If I had Sports Authority, I’d take the LeBron [Nike] shoes and put them on the back shelf,” said Jack Smith, who resigned from the …
  • FBI Reports Chicago Gangs Have Formed Pact to Shoot Cops ‘On Sight’

    FBI Reports Chicago Gangs Have Formed Pact to Shoot Cops ‘On Sight’

    A federal intelligence alert from the FBI field office in Chicago, Ill., warned that about 30 gangs in the city have made a pact to shoot police officers if they draw their weapons in public, ABC 7 reported on Monday. Intelligence alerts are frequently distributed to law enforcement officials, especially if the alerts involve threats …
  • Barclay Tagg under fire for Kentucky Derby protest comments: ‘Allowed to shoot you’

    Barclay Tagg under fire for Kentucky Derby protest comments: ‘Allowed to shoot you’

    The trainer for Kentucky Derby favorite Tiz the Law said he was “very concerned” about the police brutality and social justice protests that are expected to surround the horse racing spectacle Saturday. “I don’t know what these guys are gonna do, these rioters,” Barclay Tagg told reporters Tuesday. “Who knows? All I know is you’re …
  • DOJ 'targeting and investigating' Funders Behind Rioters

    DOJ 'targeting and investigating' Funders Behind Rioters

    Acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Chad Wolf on Monday said the Department of Justice had launched an investigation into the organization of the violent protests seen across the country in recent months following the deaths of George Floyd and Jacob Blake. Watch the latest video at foxnews.com Wolf told Fox News Channel’s “Tucker …
  • Meghan Markle on returning home during George Floyd unrest: ‘just devastating’

    Meghan Markle on returning home during George Floyd unrest: ‘just devastating’

    In an online interview Friday, Meghan Markle blasted the “toxicity” of journalism and complained it was “just devastating” to be in the U.S. during the civil unrest over police brutality. “It was so sad to see where our country was in that moment,” Markle said of the protests, speaking during an interview with Emily Ramshaw, …
  • Minnesota Freedom Fund Bails Out Violent Criminals Along With Protesters

    Minnesota Freedom Fund Bails Out Violent Criminals Along With Protesters

    The Minnesota Freedom Fund, which was inundated with donations intended to bail out protesters after the police custody death of George Floyd, has since bailed several individuals accused of violent crimes, including a convicted rapist. The nonprofit bail fund received $35 million in donations in the wake of Floyd’s death, well above the roughly $100,000 …
  • Watch: Full Bodycam Footage of George Floyd Arrest

    Watch: Full Bodycam Footage of George Floyd Arrest

    Instead of releasing this tape from beginning early enough to avoid all lootings, riots and destructions all over US for the last month, the Demonrats decided to hold on to it to create DIVISIONs of this nation and Hating on the law enforcements. If you can see, He was on some types of drugs to …
  • Porsha Williams is putting it ‘all on the line for change’

    Porsha Williams is putting it ‘all on the line for change’

    Porsha Williams’ decision to “put it all on the line for change” was immediate in the wake of George Floyd’s death in police custody. “When I saw that video of George Floyd being murdered, I knew that I had to change the way I was moving,” the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, 39, said in …