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Video Shows Inmates In St Louis Workhouse Scream For Help As Temperatures Break 100 Degrees

Viral video shows inmates screaming for help from inside the St Louis Workhouse in 100 degree weather Derk Brown posted the video to his Facebook page of inmates screaming help us to the people outside The majority of the prison has no air conditioning as a dangerous heat wave approaches St Louis State Representative Joshua Peters said the Workhouse has ...

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The Internet Hunt For Paige Doyle After Viral Post Saying Hispanics Are A “Nasty Race”

The Internet is hunting for a woman named Paige Doyle after a racist message exchange was posted to Facebook Jacky Carranza posted a conversation between her and Doyle that should her saying Hispanics are a“Nasty Race” Carranza was inquiring about a free breast milk pump when Doyle said she would not give it to Hispanic people Carranza’s post has been ...

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A Brief Look Into The Life Of The Father Of Gonzo Journalism Hunter S Thompson

On February 20, 2005, the world of journalism took a devastating blow when the founder of Gonzo journalism Hunter S Thompson died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head at Owl Farm, better known as his “fortified compound” in Woody Creek, Colorado. Thompson joined the United States Air Force before entering the world of journalism. Thompson settled in Aspen, ...

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Former DAPL Security Kyle Thompson Arrested For Failure To Appear

Former DAPL security officer Kyle Thompson arrested for failure to appear Thompson was booked on a failure to appear charge on Sunday The failure to appear stems from charges Thompson received in April of this year Thompson received national attention after being caught on video pulling an AR-15 on water protectors on October 27,2016 Just days after former DAPL security ...

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Longhorn Pipeline Spills 50,000 Gallons Of Oil In Bastrop County Texas

Longhorn Pipeline spilled 50,000 gallons of crude oil in Bastrop County, Texas early Thursday morning The spill occurred just before 9:00 am while a maintenance tasks were being performed Residents within a one-mile radius of the spill were evacuated and those within a two-mile radius were asked to stay in their homes The Longhorn Pipeline is owned by Magellan Midstream ...

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Federal Government Denies North Dakota Reimbursement For DAPL Protests

The federal government denied a $38 million reimbursement request from Governor Doug Burgum for the eight month long protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline Spokesperson for Burgum said on Wednesday that the disaster declaration submitted in April was denied weeks later $20 million of the requested $38 million is said to have gone to law enforcement salaries and overtime The ...

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