'Black Male Appreciation Luncheon' Hosted At Catholic College

Education | Rob Shimshock
A Catholic college hosted a "black male appreciation luncheon" Monday as part of a slew of diversity and inclusion events. (Photo Credit: YouTube/MarquetteU)

‘My talk will be rooted in equity’

WATCH: Student Punches Teacher Repeatedly

Education | Rob Shimshock
Milwaukee student punches teacher (Screen shot: YouTube/TODAY'S TMJ4)

‘You don’t swing at an adult’

Police Report Undermines 'Hate Crime' Narrative In Milwaukee Attack On Muslim Woman

US | Chuck Ross

Muslim civil rights groups said it was a hate crime…

Sheriff David Clarke Isn't Taking Homeland Security Job After All

US | Chuck Ross
Met with Trump earlier this week

Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke Says He's Taking Homeland Security Job

Politics | Chuck Ross
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke salutes the crowd prior to delivering his speech on the first day of the Republican National Convention (Getty Images)

Had been floated as possible FBI chief

Another State Reveals Grim Heroin Statistics

US | Steve Birr
Heroin overdose. [Shutterstock - SanchaiRat]

‘It is so potent’

Homicides Are Surging In America's Biggest Cities

US | Eric Lieberman
Recent crime scene with chalk outline. [Shutterstock - Fer Gregory]

Chicago had more than New York and Los Angeles combined

Black Teacher Suspended After Assigning KKK Essay

Education | Amber Randall
Drink coasters are shown for sale in the gift shop of the Monroe County Heritage Museum in Monroeville, Alabama October 23, 2013. Harper Lee, the 87-year-old author of the still-popular 1960 bestseller, "To Kill a Mockingbird", recently filed a lawsuit against the museum dedicated to her novel in a dispute over a merchandising trademark. Photo taken October 23, 2013. REUTERS/Verna Gates

‘Inappropriate for a seventh-grade class’

Officer At Center Of Milwaukee Riots Charged With Homicide

US | Amber Randall
The handcuffs of a suspected member of the Broadway Gangster Crips street gang (REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn)

‘his wrongful death’

US Servicemember Barred From Deploying After Caught Masturbating In Front Of Kids

US | Jonah Bennett
Hotel Pervert

The servicemember has a history of indecent exposure

Milwaukee Officer Who Shot Black Man Fired Over Bizarre Sexual Assault Investigation

US | Amber Randall
Protestors march toward police lines during disturbances following the police shooting of a man in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein

‘Discredit could be brought upon the department’

Sheriff Clarke: America's Survival Depends On Donald Trump

Ginni Thomas | Ginni Thomas

Clarke is supporting GOP nominee Donald Trump ‘for the nation’s survival’

Officer At Center Of Milwaukee Race Riot Turns Out To Be An Alleged Sexual Weirdo

US | Amber Randall
Protestors march toward police lines during disturbances following the police shooting of a man in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein

‘Bragged about being able to do whatever’

After Charlotte, It's Clear That Dialogue With Black Lives Matter Is Futile

Opinion | P. T. Carlo
People maneuver amid tear gas in uptown Charlotte, N.C., during a protest of the police shooting of Keith Scott, September 21, 2016. (REUTERS/Jason Miczek)

These riots are not about police brutality. They are about the thrill of mob violence.

Growing Number Of Race Riots Leave A Dark Mark On Obama's Legacy

US | Justin Caruso
Demonstrators and rioters surround a fire in downtown Charlotte during riots in the city. [WCCB livestream screengrab]

Violent riots almost every year since 2009

Smackdown: Cops Give Wisconsin Rep A Face Full Of Concrete

Daily Caller News Foundation | Dan Chaison
MILWAUKEE, WI - AUGUST 14: Crowds took to the streets for a second night to protest an officer-involved killing August 14, 2016 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Protestors threw rocks and there was gunfire in the crowd as hundreds of people confronted police after an officer shot and killed a fleeing armed man earlier in the day. (Photo by Darren Hauck/Getty Images)

‘you saw me with my face on the concrete’

Poll Shows That Most Blacks Feel Safe Around Police

US | Amber Randall
Protestors march toward police lines during disturbances following the police shooting of a man in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein

‘The police made them feel safe’