A threat on a man's life isn't a pressing issue, according to the District Attorney's office in Manhattan.
A white nationalist sent CNN host Don Lemon death threats in the fall of 2017 via Twitter. Lemon tried to pursue legal action, but was recently informed that the District Attorney's office would not be pursuing charges.
Trump Tries to Belittle LeBron James with Hateful Tweet, Social Media Users Defend the NBA Star and Philanthropist
"What responsible and right-thinking adult can point to Donald Trump as a role model for our youth?" Former CIA Director John O. Brennan said, in a tweet.
The president of the United States has again taken to Twitter to try and demean anyone who disagrees with his policies and practices. This time, his target was NBA superstar LeBron James, who recently addressed Trump's influence on sports.
At DiversityInc's annual event, Lemon talked about his professional career and the importance of diversity and inclusion.
DiversityInc COO Carolynn Johnson had a fireside chat with Don Lemon, anchor, "CNN Tonight with Don Lemon" at the 2018 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity event May 1 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City.
Trump has not talked or tweeted about the people of color killed or the bravery of a Black man.
In the early hours of Sunday morning at a Waffle House near Nashville, a white, male domestic terrorist killed four people of color and was stopped by a Black man from killing many more. Apparently that's the type of scenario President Donald Trump and his administration choose to ignore, and Don Lemon blasted Trump for his silence.
Starbucks CEO has an epic fail in grappling with his racism problem. He is unprepared, and has no clue about how to be prepared. Don't expect this to end well.
In the aftermath of the racist incident in a Philadelphia Starbucks store, the company is going to close 8,000 Starbucks stores on May 29th for hastily prepared diversity training.
It's a mistake.
"Donald Trump portrays our inner cities as if they are the ailments of American society," Shermichael Singleton wrote in the op-ed that cost him his job.
Shermichael Singleton was the top aide for Ben Carson, the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) secretary nominee. But Singleton, a 26-year-old conservative Republican, lost his job as senior advisor at HUD last week for criticizing President Donald Trump's rhetoric about the Black community during his presidential campaign.