Protester Shot in London

On May 23rd, 27-year-old Sasha Johnson was shot in the head while attending a party in southeast London. The shooting occurred just after 3:00 am, according to police reports. CNN states that Johnson is still in critical condition. Johnson had received prior death threats relating to her large role in organizing Black Lives Matter protests in London. So far, none of these threats were found … Continue reading Protester Shot in London

Kobe Hall Of Fame Induction

The hall of fame is a museum where the best of the best sports players are commemorated. The National Basketball Association has a hall of fame museum located in Springfield, Massachusetts. The museum’s mission is to preserve and promote the history of basketball. Each year, the Hall of Fame produces nominees who are then honored in a ceremony the following year. Last year, the late … Continue reading Kobe Hall Of Fame Induction

Ship Carrying Immigrants Wrecks in San DIego

On May 2, a 40-foot cabin cruiser boat overturned right off the coast of San Diego, more specifically near Cabrillo National Monument in Point Loma. This occurred at 10:27 am Pacific Time. The conditions consisted of 5-6 feet waves, high winds, and low temperatures with the water around 60 degrees. The boat ended up crashing on the reef and completely fell apart.  The boat had … Continue reading Ship Carrying Immigrants Wrecks in San DIego

Derek Chauvin Trial Update

On May 25, 2020, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, George Floyd walked into a convenience store. The store clerk stated that the 20 dollar bill Floyd paid with was counterfeit. The police were then called to the establishment. In what he called an “act of restraint,” former office Derek Chauvin pinned Floyd to the ground. He placed his knee on Floyd’s neck for 9 minutes and 29 … Continue reading Derek Chauvin Trial Update