The flat resembled a scene from a horror film after the insects took over, and the stench was unbearable.
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.
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.
President Trump’s most controversial week in office yet has left many critics asking why his daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner did not try to stop him making ill-considered comments blaming “both sides” for the violent pro-white protests in Charlottesville over the weekend. Seth Meyers was asking the same question on NBC’s Late Night Thursday. It turns out that Trump and Kushner, the president’s “moderating influence,” were on vacation in Vermont, according to the New York Times.
At the same time, these genetic tests may actually be exciting to white supremacists because it gives them a scientific argument for the diversity of the European “race,” which helps them appropriate the language of diversity and multiculturalism for hateful purposes. The findings, presented at the American Sociological Association this week and to be published in a forthcoming journal article, are a sober reminder that it takes a lot more than genetic proof of multiethnic ancestry to dissuade hard-core racists from their hateful ideology. “We can’t rely on genetic information to turn white nationalists away from their views,” researcher Aaron Panofsky wrote in an email to HuffPost.
The man ignored warning signs outside the cage and climbed over the fence to feed the bears milk.