When Cyntoia Brown was 16, she shot and killed a man who had allegedly hired her for sex. She was tried as an adult, convicted of first-degree murder and given a mandatory life sentence with the possibility of parole only after 51 years. Now, her case is back in the spotlight thanks to social media
A security guard says he felt threatened during an argument with rapper T.I. that led to the Grammy-winning hip-hop artist's arrest outside his gated community near Atlanta
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Police: Rapper T.I. arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and public drunkenness as he tried to enter his gated Atlanta area community; rapper's lawyer calls arrest 'wrongful'
Attorney for Rapper T.I. says his client was "wrongfully arrested" outside his gated community on disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and simple assault charges
Police: Rapper T.I. arrested after trying to enter his gated community outside Atlanta
John Middlemas is a 97-year-old World War II veteran who fought on the battlefield. But on Sunday, the elder sailor took his fight to the football field by kneeling in solidarity with the hundreds of NFL athletes namechecked by President Trump as being unpatriotic for refusing to stand when the
Rapper Roland Collins -- whose stage name is Troy Ave -- has been arrested in connection with the shooting Wednesday night at the NYC venue Webster Hall were rapper T.I . was slated to perform, the NYPD announced Thursday. Earlier in the day, police released footage of the shooting, that left one
New York Police Department Commissioner Bill Bratton today blamed Wednesday night’s fatal shooting at a planned T.I. concert on “so-called rap artists who are basically thugs.” “The crazy world of the so-called rap artists who are basically thugs that basically celebrate the violence they live all