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Former Donald Trump attorney Sidney Powell pleaded guilty to charges in the RICO indictment for election interference in Georgia.
Tekashi 6ix9ine was arrested in the Dominican Republic Sunday after the rapper, who suffered a beatdown at an LA Fitness in Florida earlier this year, allegedly dished out a beatdown of his own on music producers who were apparently in the company of his girlfriend.
For the fourth time, rapper Young Thug has been denied bond in the case in which he is charged with eight counts of conspiring to violate Georgia’s state Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, participating in criminal street gang activity, violating the state’s controlled substances act, possession of a firearm while committing a felony, […]
Federal authorities have decided not to move forward to file charges in the death of Shanquella Robinson. A statement by the U.S. Attorney's office in North Carolina announced the decision on Wednesday, stating that there wasn't enough evidence. Sue Ann Robinson, who represents the victim's family, has said that civil action is still possible and that they are "disappointed but not deterred."
Michigan State Police confirmed that there is no one in custody and the investigation is ongoing but that the murders were not "random."
After a brutal robbery at a jewelry store in Queens last week, the NYPD is asking that businesses consider asking patrons to unmask when entering establishments. They suggested this because its harder for them to identify potential suspects in crimes.
Payton Gendron was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for murdering 10 Black people in Buffalo, New York.
The three rappers have been missing since Jan. 21. Police have not made a positive identification, but advised families of the likelihood.
Three Michigan rappers were last heard from Jan. 21 after a show at a Detroit nightclub, Lounge 31, was canceled due to technical problems.
In today’s episode of Now, Sis’, What Is You Doin’? a high school cafeteria worker in Louisiana has been arrested after being accused of selling cannabis edibles to students, which would indicate that she has taken the “high” part of “high school” far too literally. (Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. Please don’t block me.)