Plenty of us have been entranced, or morbidly fascinated, by Tyler the Creator’s clever, relentless rhyming and pure venom with which he performs. But his penchant for provocation has arguably crossed the line this week after he launched a personal onstage tirade aimed at Talitha Stone, a campaigner with the Australian group Collective Shout, which lobbies frequently against the spread of misogyny and has been calling for Tyler to be deported
A threat about a St. Petersburg concert prompted the warnings from the embassy to Madonna and her staff after the pop icon called for the release of a band jailed for criticizing Vladimir Putin. The always controversial singer says she going ahead with the show. Russian authorities were stepping up security after a threat […]
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Using shards of shattered glass and metal scraps as weapons, inmates at an overcrowded California prison went on an 11-hour rampage on Aug. 8, leaving some 250 people injured and a prison dormitory burned to the ground.
Forty prison inmates were sent to hospitals, four of them airlifted, after a riot erupted at the California Institution for Men in Chino, a spokesman said. The melee broke out at about 8:30 p.m
A prison riot Wednesday in the troubled Mexican border town of Juarez left 20 dead and 15 wounded, an official said. None of the dead were police or military officials, said Enrique Torres, a spokesman for the joint operation at the Cereso Estatal de Ciudad Juarez prison. Authorities called in 200 federal police agents and 50 army soldiers to help put down the riot; two helicopters and an airplane also were employed, he said.