Donald Trump

What I believed was a feel-good story about Donald Trump turned out to be an Internet hoax.

Earlier I wrote: “Here’s a feel-good story that you won’t see on the evening news.

A black homeless woman in NYC says she’s been living in a lavish hotel room in Trump Tower for the past 8 years.”

This story is false.

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Denise Scott

The homeless woman who was assaulted by an angry mob while guarding Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star has been found.

After video of the woman being assaulted by anti-Trump protesters went viral on YouTube.com, Trump’s attorney launched a search for her.

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Fred Barley

A dispute between a homeless Georgia college student and a woman who set up a Gofundme account for his living expenses has ended.

Fred Barley, 19, reportedly rode his little brother’s bicycle over 50 miles from Conyers to Barnesville, GA. to register at Gordon College.

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James Moss

A chance encounter between a traveling TV host and a homeless man inspired hundreds of people to donate $35,000.

While traveling to Denver on business, British writer and television host Leon Logothelis bumped into James Moss, an unemployed barber who is raising his 2-year-old son in a homeless shelter.

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George Zimmerman

George Zimmerman is back in the news. DeLand, Florida police officers doing routine patrol spotted the former neighborhood watchman sitting in his car behind a gun shop at midnight on Sunday.

The gun shop, Pompano Pat’s, is owned by Pat Johnson, who happens to be running for Mayor of Deland. Johnson offered a free gun to Zimmerman after he was acquitted of killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin last summer.

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Signs For The Homeless

The homeless and their crude, handmade cardboard signs blend into the cityscape at most major intersections and highway off ramps. But a group of artists in Massachusetts wants to make sure the homeless signs stand out so motorists won’t look away.

Signs For The Homeless” a project started by artists Christopher Hope and Kenji Nakayama of Massachusetts invited artists to give homeless signs a colorful makeover. The objective of the “Signs For The Homeless” project is to humanize the homeless and make them stand out against the urban backdrop that they have become a part of.

Rudolph West, 63, has been homeless for eight years. He told “Signs For The Homeless” he has trouble finding work due to his criminal record.

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Siohvaughn Funches-Wade

EDIT: Post updated with video.

When will they lock this woman up in a mental institution for her own safety?

Loyal reader Erica P. writes:

This lady is in chicago 102 weather on the ground crying n saying she is homeless. Sad sad sad ; (

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