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ATLANTA (AP) — Gloria Cain is hardly the traditional presidential campaign wife. She has been virtually absent from the campaign trail as her husband, Herman, runs for the Republican presidential nomination. And she’s been silent this week as the businessman fights to overcome allegations that he sexually harassed women while he led the National Restaurant Association […]

Squashing, a form of erotic asphyxiation where an obese woman sits on a man until he blacks out, is, perhaps, becoming the next viral Internet Meme. See also: Memes In Real Life: U Mad Bro? (VIDEO) A recently released viral video which has racked up more than 100,000 views,  shows how the trend is evolving. The […]

The NYPD trial of two detectives who opened fire on Sean Bell and his friends on that fateful night of November 25th, 2006, ended yesterday with calls for the firing of Detective Gescard Isnora from the prosecutor. Prosecutor Nancy Slater slammed Isnora for what she called a series of overreactions after leaving a Queens strip […]

As a result of the controversy surrounding several banks reportedly attempting to charge their customers debit card fees, more people joined credit unions in the last month than did in 2010. At least 650,000 people joined credit unions since September 29th, the day Bank of America announced it would charge a $5 per month fee […]

Former ESPN executive Keith Clinkscales filed a preemptive lawsuit against an ESPN employee after allegations that he fondled himself on a plane next to ESPN reporter Erin Andrews were released by Deadspin.com. See Also: Who Is The Most Overpaid Actor/Actress In Hollywood? See Also: Black Travel: Washington D.C. Deadspin has a long history of reporting […]

A man working as a volunteer in the makeshift kitchen set up by protesters at Zuccotti Park was charged with groping one female protestor and is a suspect in the rape of another. See also: Occupy Wall Street: Vendetta Masks Become Symbol Of The Movement See also: GIANT Travel Tip: Get In First Class New York Police […]

President Barack Obama and the Congressional Black Caucus seem to be mending their contentious relationship after a summer of infighting between both parties. See also: Obama Congressional Black Caucus Speech: Stop Complainin’ And Fight See also: Washington D.C. Hotel Lobby Swankier Than a Club This reconciliation is no coincidence, as both the White House and the CBC […]

Former Secretary Of State Condoleezza Rice said that she “should have known better” than to leave Washington D.C. during Hurricane Katrina in her new memoir, “No Higher Honor: A Memoir of My Years in Washington.” Rice admitted that she was on vacation and shopping for shoes when the news of Hurricane Katrina came. See also: What […]

Herman Cain’s campaign has backed off on charges that Rick Perry’s campaign leaked information for his recent sexual harassment scandal. Cain’s campaign had previously blamed Curt Anderson, a former Cain aide who now works for Perry for the leak, but retracted after Anderson denied leaking any information. See also: What President Obama Could Learn From President […]

WASHINGTON — A new report released by the Labor Department shows that Black unemployment has dropped from 16.0 percent to 15.1 percent in the month of October. Both of those rates are down from a 27 year high of 16.7 percent in August. The drop is an encouraging sign and understandable considering the economy added 80,000 […]