Fox's Bret Baier and Susan Li discuss Wall Street's response to the unemployment report that Trump was touting, and show a horrific graphic detailing how the deaths and assassinations of various black men impacted the markets.
FOX ranked the impact of deaths and assaults on black men on the stock market. No, really. They did that.
Fox & Friends Weekend used the manhunt for alleged cop-killer Christopher Dorner as an excuse to play a thinly-veiled race card against Rep. Maxine Waters and other African Americans. The pretext was a discussion about how Dorner has garnered some
It's more than 20 years since a recording of police violence sparked riots in Los Angeles. The beating of Rodney King was caught on video and the footage shocked the world. But two decades later how much has changed? To discuss this,
The L.A.Riots - Day 2. April 30, 1992. Don't forget to donate to Newstalgia. We're almost at our goal. We just need an extra push to get us over the top. Give whatever you can - a little bit means a whole lot!
"We Don't Anticipate Any Trouble" - reaction to the verdict in the Rodney King Beating Trial, resulting in the L.A. riots, on April 29, 1992. We're close! Please donate to keep Newstalgia up and running!
The week that was - first week of March 1992 - the Presidential Primaries, the economy, the scandals, the kickoff to the Rodney King trial, the unemployment at 7.2%, and surgical castration in Texas. Some week.
News of the day for March 7, 1991 - troops from Operation Desert Storm begin to come home, President Bush delivers address the night before, Iraq putting down domestic uprising and video tape of police beating of Rodney King causing controversy in L.A. and Police Department.
(By Day 3 things were starting to calm down a bit) By May 1st of 1992, Los Angeles had been witness to one of the more devasating riots in recent m
In an op-ed piece for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution entitled "Unfettered 'citizen journalism' too risky", David Hazinski, a former NBC corresponde
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