Archives for April 2017

Amber Rose loses bid for Ace of Diamonds trademark

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Photo credit: Instagram – @amberrose

It was just a couple of months ago that Amber Rose announced to the world that she bought the famous Ace of Diamonds strip club. However, the famous mogul found herself in controversy shortly after when the owners of the strip club announced that Rose’s claims about buying the club were false and they proceeded to sue her for slander. Since then, news about the story has died down but now Rose is back in the news with reports that she may just lose her legal bid for the strip club. Read More

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Priest robbed at gunpoint while walking dog in South Chicago neighborhood

By: Tribune staff and WGN-TV

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A priest from Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday morning while walking his dog in the South Chicago neighborhood, according to police. Read More

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Video Extra #5 >>> Gucci Mane x Rocko: “Pardon Me”

Gucci Mane x Rocko: “Pardon Me”

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Video Extra #4 >>> OG Techneek: ‘Harley Davison’

OG Techneek: ‘Harley Davison’

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San Bernardino reels from elementary school shooting that left teacher, 8-year-old student dead

By Sandhya Somashekhar and Lindsey Bever

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The Southern California elementary school that was the gruesome scene of an apparent­ murder-suicide remained closed Tuesday as authorities continued their investigation and a shaken community tried to heal. Read More

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How fights over Trump have led evangelicals to leave their churches

By Paul A. Djupe, Jacob R. Neiheisel and Anand Edward Sokhey

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Pastor Joshua Nink, right, prays for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, as his wife, Melania, watches after a Sunday service at First Christian Church, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, in January 2016. (Jae C. Hong/AP)

The 2016 presidential contest highlighted just how deeply divided the United States is over both politics and religion. The vast majority of white evangelicals (81 percent) voted for Trump. A strong majority of religious “nones” — those who do not identify with any religious tradition — voted for Clinton (68 percent). Read More

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Video Extra #3 >>> Defendant in Triple Slaying Dies in Balcony Jump

Defendant in Triple Slaying Dies in Balcony Jump

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Video Extra #2 >>> Guru Featuring Donald Byrd: ‘Loungin’

Guru Featuring Donald Byrd: ‘Loungin’

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