A white man was sentenced to mere probation recently after planting bombs near a busy plaza in downtown Pittsburgh following a Black Lives Matter protest.


A suspected white supremacist and drug addict who planted a bag of explosives at a Black Lives Matter protest in Pittsburgh last year had the privilege of avoiding any jail time, thanks to a lenient judge who was apparently sympathetic to the convicted felon's history of substance abuse.

After being denied the right to cover racial justice protests last year, Alexis Johnson's discrimination lawsuit against her former employer moves forward.

Lauryn Hill has been pissing people off for the last few years with her persistent lateness.

The men, Cheron Shelton, 29, and Robert Thomas, 27, each face five counts of homicide, six of aggravated assault, six of recklessly endangering another person, conspiracy, and criminal homicide of an unborn child,