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Donald Trump's Twitter Fingers Disallows Transgender People in Military.President Trump uses Twitter to inform public that transgender people will not be allowed in Military.
Trucker charged in Human-Trafficking Case resulting in 10 Deaths.60-year-old James Matthew Bradley Jr. is the trucker charged in the deaths of 10 of his passengers during immigrant-smuggling case.
Chevron Manager Addresses The Beating Of A Woman By A Dekalb County OfficerManager (Khalid Hussain)  of the Chevron on Glenwood in Decatur where the African-American woman was brutally beaten by a Dekalb County cop answered tough questions from Rashad Richey today
OJ "The Juice" Simpson Granted ParoleOJ Simpson was granted parole Thursday Afternoon after serving nine years of his 33 year sentence for a 2007 armed robbery, aggravated assault and kidnapping in Las Vegas, Nevada.
10th & Piedmont: The Atlanta Rainbow CrosswalkAtlanta joins other major cities around the world that have taken the initiative to recognize the LGBTQ community by installing a rainbow crosswalk on 10th & Piedmont.
Dekalb Commissioner Kathie Gannon Admitted She Did Not Review Video Footage of Recorded Police Assault on CitizenAfter footage of a Dekalb County police officer surfaced of him beating a woman with a night stick, Commissioner Kathie Gannon, presiding officer of the Dekalb County Board of Commissioners joined Rashad Richey to discuss.
KKK Rally Over Statue RemovalThe infamous Ku Klux Klan gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia Saturday afternoon to oppose the removal of Confederate general Robert E. Lee's statue.
Daughter claims mother Ann Spell who's serving a 20-year prison sentence is innocent!Ann Spell is a 61- year -old woman who will spend 20 years in prison due to what many are calling guilt by unknown association.
Campus Carry Law Is Going Into EffectThe highly controversial bill was signed into law by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal, legalizing the concealed carry of firearms on public college and university campuses beginning July 1st.
Trump's Travel Ban Begins ThursdayBeginning Thursday night at 8 p.m, the United States government will bar access to travelers from six Muslim-majority countries.
Confederate Sympathizer Goes One on One With Rashad RicheyWhy do the Confederates feel so attached to their monuments? We gain insight from Mr John C. Hall Jr.
Is Prison The New Slavery?Do you think that slavery is illegal in this country? Read Rashad Richey's latest commentary.

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