The writers for “Law & Order: SVU” are famous for taking some of their episode plots straight from news headlines. Last winter, they aired an episode inspired by Chris Brown and Rihanna’s domestic abuse incident from 2009. And last fall, they aired a Trayvon Martin-inspired episode. Now, they’re taking on the Solange/Jay Z and Ray Rice elevator assaults for a new episode titled, “American Disgrace.”
Serial Entrepreneur Tionna Smalls Started With A Book & Built A Business
Her last name may be Smalls, but if you pull the curtain back on Tionna’s growing empire, you’ll notice just how big she’s doing it. The megawatt personality got her start with a small investment from her mother to self-publish her first book, Girl, Get Your Mind Right!, at 22 and the rest, as they say, has been history in the making.
White House Fence Jumper Went Beyond Front Doors, Entered Main Floor
Omar Gonzalez, the 42-year-old Iraqi War veteran infamously known as the White House fence jumper, apparently got further into the building than previously thought two weeks ago. In fact, Gonzalez was able to push past one Secret Service guard and ran throughout much of the White House main floor.
Monday afternoon, the Washington Post reported on the newly revealed details behind the accounts of three persons close to the situation.
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