During a fundraising event in South Carolina, Hillary Clinton was interrupted by a Black Lives Matter activist, Ashley Williams, who demanded an explanation for statements ClintonÂ made when pushing for tougher crime laws in 1996, and further demanded a direct apology for the spread of mass incarceration.
A federal appeals court in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania has ruled that filming the police without a specific challenge or criticism is not constitutionally protected.
The cases ofÂ Fields v. City of Philadelphia, and Geraci v. City of PhiladelphiaÂ involve two different incidents where individuals were arrested for filming the police. Richard Fields, a Temple University student, was arrested after stopping to take a picture of a large group of police outside a house party. Amanda Geraci, a legal observer with CopWatch Berkeley, attended a large protest against fracking in September 2012 and was arrested while filming the arrest of another protester.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump:Â One is a former Secretary of State whose husband was a two-term Democratic president, and the other is a Republican billionaire real estate magnate who basically wants to ban an entire religion from the US. On paper, theyâ€™re polar opposites. But when looking at their past statements, would their administrations really differ that much?
Christianity is on theÂ decline in America, not just among younger generations or in certain regions of the country but across race, gender, education and geographic barriers.Â The percentage of adults who describe themselves as Christians dropped by nearly eight percentage points in just seven years to about 71 percent, according to aÂ surveyÂ conducted by the Pew Research Center.
The military court in Abidjan on Thursday, February 18, sentenced to life imprisonment three soldiers loyal to former President Gbagbo for the murder of former head of the junta, General Robert Guei, in 2002 in Ivory Coast.