Ebola has officially made it's way to the city that never sleeps, and New Yorkers are losing their minds. As previously reported, 31-year-old doctor Craig Spencer tested positive for the disease Thursday (Oct. 23).
The news sent shockwaves through the Big
Steve Nash injured his back way worse than Los Angeles Lakers fans ever imagined. Tonight (Oct. 23), the Lakers announced that Nash will miss the entire 2014-2014 NBA season.
Initially it was reported that the Canadian injured his back carrying his
The NYPD just can’t get on the same page, can they? An undercover cop mistakenly kicked a fellow officer in the head as they were trying to handcuff a suspect.
Reports DNA Info:
The undercover anti-crime unit officer from the 60th Precinct, whose
If you thought the world's latest health scare was on its way to being permanently eradicated in the United States, think again. A doctor who recently returned from West Africa has just tested positive for Ebola.
Reports KTLA 5:
The doctor, identified
When it comes to exercising the First Amendment: Freedom of Speech right, no form of expression hits harder than a musical angle. And when you dissect the statistic down to the genres, Hip-Hop is leading the pack in terms of
The term luxury applies to many different facets when it comes to a product identification and such is a feat that Hennessy cognac excels in.
On Tuesday evening, Hip-Hop Wired had the prestigious honor of being invited to an extremely
It's been a while since Juicy J's struck radio gold, but with The Hustle Continues in the works, fans can bet that he'll release ample material. Today, Taylor Gang's elder statesman returns with a pair of tracks--"Trash" and "All I Need,"
Minus a hole in his scarce collection of suits, Dr. Cornel West admitted that he emerged from his Ferguson arrest relatively unscathed. The political figure made a return to his second home of FOX News on Sean Hannity's solo talk
Lil' Za, all of a sudden, is in better standings with the law. The L.A. County DA just reduced his felony drug possession charge to a misdemeanor.
Za was charged with felony drug possession -- after cops found ecstasy near
Drug nicknames are used for multiple purposes including articulating the quality of the product to throwing off the authorities. One man, Barnabas "Hammer" Davis, decided to brand some of his (alleged) 600 heroin packs "Ebola" in Toms River, NJ.
According to USA Today, Davis