An Afro-Latina journalist conducting an interview with a member of the Ku Klux Klan has said he threatened her so violently that she was concerned for her safety. Ilia Calderón, a Univision journalist with both African and Colombian heritage, agreed to visit KKK leader Chris Barker on his wooded North Carolina property. Almost immediately, Mr Barker asked her why she didn’t “go back” to her country of origin.
Elizabeth Hurley is proving she's the queen of super sexy on-set Instagram pics! The 52-year-old star of The Royals posted the steamy snapshot earlier today while filming the hit E! show across the pond. "Post lunch trailer sprawl @theroyalsone," the Brit beauty captioned the photo, which shows Hurley lying on her back on a bed in her trailer. As for her nearly naked ensemble, Hurley ditches her bra and flaunts her cleavage in a thin white rob that's slightly opened to reveal her toned tummy.
At approximately 5:10 p.m. on September 7, 2016, a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (NP) at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, heard screaming from an office adjacent to hers at Munson Army Health Center. The civilian NP ran into the hallway and found 26-year-old First Lieutenant Katie Ann Blanchard, an active duty Registered Nurse (RN) and mother of three, on fire from the waist up. The NP could see another coworker, 54-year-old Clifford Currie, in the office with Katie.
Vice President Mike Pence compared President Donald Trump to former President Teddy Roosevelt, who believed white people were “the forward race.” Speaking on Tuesday, just days after violence at a white supremacist rally left one person dead, Pence made the unfortunate comparison between the U.S.’ 26th president and Trump. “In President Donald Trump, the United States once again has a president whose vision, energy and can-do spirit is reminiscent of President Teddy Roosevelt,” Pence said in comments reported by Guardian correspondent Ben Jacobs.
As Lou Tomososki and a friend walked home from Marshall High School in Oregon one afternoon in 1962, they gazed up at the sky. For weeks, everyone had been talking about the partial solar eclipse and the teens wanted to witness it. For a few seconds, they looked at the sun as a sliver of the moon slid over its surface. While watching, he saw flashes of light, much like he would after having a picture taken with a camera with a flashbulb. He had no idea those flickers would lead to permanent damage. “We both got burned at the same time,” Tomososki told TODAY. “He got the left eye and I got the right eye.” While Tomososki’s teachers warned him to use a pinhole projector box, which creates a reflection
ROCHESTER, N.Y. - When Jarrod Kuhn returned home to Honeoye Falls on Sunday, following his trip to Charlottesville, Va., he was confronted by a harsh reality - one that many would argue he brought onto himself. Kuhn, one of the torchbearers to march alongside white nationalists at the rally at the University of Virginia on Friday night, had been identified in a photograph from the march and it was being shared at a rapid pace. In response to the march, which resulted in violence, thousands of people turned to social media to identify the men photographed at the scene in an effort to publicly shame them and inflict professional and personal consequence for their participation. Alt-right protestors