Man Inspired To Break Into Target After Reading Ninja Books

US | Gabrielle Okun
A real ninja shot on a smoke filled room and strobe light to achieve a dramatic effect. ninjasamuraiwarriorassassinswordsilentkillershadowkatanatrainingsilhouettestealthartscovereddarkjapanesekeylowmartialtraditionShow more (Shutterstock)

‘How to be a ninja’

Georgia School Tests Middle School Kids On Different Gender Identities

US | Amber Randall
Students leave Tasby Middle School, where a fellow classmate who was in contact with a man diagnosed with the Ebola virus had been removed from school in Dallas, Texas October 1, 2014. Mike Miles, Dallas Independent School District superintendent said the four different schools attended by children in contact with the Ebola patient would be staffed with additional health professionals and classes would remain in session. Picture taken October 1, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Stone

‘Why are they teaching that in school?’

Hysteria Subsides As Campus Carry Is Implemented In Georgia, Kansas, And Texas

Concealed Carry & Home Defense | NRA ILA
Nate Boyer during a game in college playing for Texas, carrying the flag onto the field. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

“We have had no incidents since the law passed or since the law went into effect of criminal acts by license-to-carry holders”

SCOTUS Halts Execution Of Black Inmate Convicted By Racist Juror

Politics | Kevin Daley
Protesters unfurl a banner as police look on outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington. REUTERS/Jason Reed

Juror doubted blacks have souls

School May Ban Protest Against Teacher Who Made Students Remove Trump T-Shirts

Education | Anders Hagstrom
U.S. President Donald Trump looks on during his meeting with South Korean president Moon Jae-in during the U.N. General Assembly in New York, U.S., September 21, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

‘Very disappointing’

Georgia Teacher's Homework Assignment Includes Profane Rap Lyrics

Education | Liam Clancy
The profanity filled assignment (WSB-TV).

‘She call me daddy’

Student Killed By Police At Georgia Tech Left Three Suicide Notes

US | Anders Hagstrom
Georgia Institue of Technology student Scout (Scott) Schultz, who was shot and killed by police, is seen at his high school graduation in this family photo released on September 18, 2017. Courtesy Schultz family/Handout via REUTERS

‘Having a mental breakdown’

Cops Shoot Rare Escaped Tiger To Save A House Pet

US | Gabrielle Okun
Shutterstock/ Bengal Tiger in forest show head and leg tigerwildlifebengalforestanimalasiaindochinesewoodsgrasstreeeyeheadbigblackbodycarnivorecatcrouchingdangerfacefelinefurhairlookingmammalnatureoneoutdoorsskinstripedwatchingwhiteyellowShow more

Began attacking a dog

Priest Found Guilty Of Cyanide Assassination Plot Against Church Leader

World | Joshua Gill
Georgian Patriarch Ilia II leads a midnight Christmas service at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Tbilisi, Georgia, January 7, 2017. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili - RC15C3BBBFE0

‘A treacherous attack’

Disabled Marine Veteran Killed By Three Masked Men Trying To Invade His Home

US | Jonah Bennett
Masked burglar attempts to break into house. Photographee.eu/Shutterstock.

‘There’s gunshots, there’s gunshots. Get here right now’

Cop Reassures White Woman 'We Only Shoot Black People' During Traffic Stop

US | Amber Randall
Police officers along with Forsyth County sheriff deputies investigate the scene at the Forsyth County Courthouse following a shooting incident in Cumming, Georgia June 6, 2014. A man armed with an assault rifle and explosives who drove up to the courthouse on Friday and shot and wounded a sheriff's deputy in the leg was killed in a shootout with authorities, officials said. The suspect, Dennis Marx, pulled his silver sport utility vehicle to the front of the courthouse and was immediately confronted by a sheriff's deputy, Forsyth County Sheriff Duane Piper told reporters. Marx had been engaged in a legal dispute with the county sheriff's department. REUTERS/Tami Chappell

‘We only kill black people, right?’

Georgia Rep. Makes Veiled Threat To Black Lawyer Over Confederate Statues

US | Amber Randall
The statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee sits at the center of the park formerly dedicated to him, the site of recent violent demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S. August 18, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

‘Don’t say I didn’t warn you’

'Jews Vs. Nazis' Beer Pong Results In Suspensions, Expulsion

Education | Rob Shimshock
Israelis take part in a mass prayer at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old City, for the return of three teenagers who were abducted June 15, 2014. (REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun)

‘They’re thinking that hate is okay’

Democrats Schedule First Debate Of 2018 Elections

Politics | Phillip Stucky
Supporters of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton react at her election night rally in Manhattan, New York, U.S., November 8, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

But it’s going to be expensive

Russia's Not Going To Like What Pence, Trump Have Planned

Politics | Alex Pfeiffer
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence salutes soldiers as he visits NATO's Enhanced Forward Presence mission and Estonian troops in Tallinn, Estonia July 31, 2017. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins

‘America First does not mean America alone’

Two Suburban Men Busted For Whipping Up Painkillers In Their Garage

US | Steve Birr
Pills and medications. Pavel Kubarkov/shutterstock

‘I saw them out there barbecuing’

New Poll Says Dems Set Up For Failure In 2018 Midterms

Politics | Phillip Stucky
Voters line up outside a polling station in Christmas, Florida on November 8, 2016. After an exhausting, wild, bitter, and sometimes sordid campaign, Americans finally began voting Tuesday for a new president: either the billionaire populist Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, seeking to become the first woman to win the White House. GREGG NEWTON/AFP/Getty Images

It’s all because of Trump supporters