Ferguson police shooting

The peaceful protests were just winding down when 4 gunshots rang out late Wednesday night in Ferguson, Missouri.

When the smoke cleared, 2 Ferguson police officers were on there ground suffering from gunshot wounds.

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The man known as “Jihadi John” — the ‘face’ of Islamic state terror group (ISIS), has been identified.

U.S. intelligence officials identified the man dubbed “Jihadi John” as 27-year-old Mohammed Emwazi of London, England.

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Loretta Lynch

President Obama’s appointee to replace Attorney General Eric Holder says all illegal aliens who manage to cross the borders into America should have the right to work legally. This despite the fact that the unemployment rate in the black community is 10.4 percent.

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Eric Holder

Outgoing Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder, announced a federal investigation into possible civil rights violations by the NYPD in the death of Eric Garner. A NY grand jury on Wednesday declined to indict the police officer who put Garner, an asthmatic, in a lethal choke hold.

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Eric Holder

Another high ranking member of President Barack Obama’s inner circle has jumped ship.

NPR.org reports that Eric Holder Jr., the nation’s first black U.S. attorney general, has announced he will be stepping down as soon as his successor is confirmed. Holder, 63, was hospitalized in February after suffering shortness of breath and dizziness at work. He is also plagued by recurring back problems.

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Mike Brown

The results of a private autopsy conducted on the body of Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old who was shot and killed by a Ferguson, Mo. cop on Aug. 9, shows Brown was not shot in the back as previously reported by witnesses.

The preliminary autopsy results show Brown was shot at least six times in the front — 4 times in his right arm, once in the right eye and one shot to the top of the head, according to the report obtained by The New York Times.

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Attorney General of the United States Eric Holder

Yesterday, news broke that Attorney General of the U.S. Eric Holder suffered chest pains, palpitations (rapid heartbeat) and shortness of breath during a Justice Dept. meeting. My initial thought was that Holder suffered a panic attack. Especially after it was revealed that doctors gave him medication to “return his heartbeat to normal” then discharged him. If his condition was all that serious he would have been hospitalized, if only to monitor him overnight.

Of course, at 63, he could also be diagnosed with any number of heart ailments such as Ischemic Cardiomyopathy, Coronary Artery Disease, Angina, Congestive Heart failure, mild heart attack, etc. But based on his symptoms — and the fact that hundreds of black pastors are calling for his impeachment — I think he suffered a panic attack.

Apparently, The Hufffington Post does, too.

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