Rich discussed an illegal immigrant killing a woman in San Francisco, a family accused of stealing items from bags left on the beach, and the US Women’s soccer team winning the World Cup. He talked with Will Bunch from the Philadelphia Daily News, Matt Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation, and Christopher Rabb from the Fox School of Business at Temple University.
Comedian Godfrey told Talk Radio 1210 WPHT morning host Chris Stigall that he believes there is racism within the gay community.
“My son came home very upset. He wouldn’t eat; it was strange, ” says the father of a Souderton Area High School student, who asked not to be shown.
A federal judge says a New Jersey school is within its rights to fire a security guard who posted on Facebook describing two men accused of killing a police officer as “black thugs.”
Rich reviews Hillary Clinton’s press conference about her private email account, the letter sent to Iran by Republican Senators, and the expulsion of students from the University of Oklahoma after being recorded reciting a racist chant. He also talked to Hans Bader from the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
A $1,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest after racist graffiti was discovered at a historically black university outside Philadelphia.
Dozens of students gathered, calling this a movement to reclaim Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
“The poll indicates a strong sense of distrust for the entire justice process among black Americans, not only for the police but for the actions of courts and prosecutors as well,” said Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute in West Long Branch, New Jersey.
Northampton Area Superintendent Joseph Kovalchik says the boys’ varsity coaches resigned Tuesday.
Can a business be held responsible for the racism of its patrons?
Ellen Kaplan of the Committee of 70 says the matter of the quashed sting needs to be investigated, and a public accounting needs to be made.
This true and harrowing story of a free black man kidnapped into slavery in 1841 hits like a sledgehammer.
They knew them. Or at least they thought they knew them. They would see them every day in Coatesville High School walking in the halls, talking between periods. They were there with them last December, there at Hershey Park Stadium to support them when they played in the PIAA state championship.
Barry Morrison, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League in Philadelphia, says that too often such behavior by professional athletes is too quickly dismissed.
Philadelphia district attorney Seth Williams says Eagles team management has reached out to him as they deal with the aftermath of the video of wide receiver Riley Cooper’s racist remark.