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Money alone can't fix injustice.
That's the message Esaw Garner is sending after rejecting the city of New York's $5 million settlement offer in the death of her husband, Eric Garner.
Eric, of course, was killed by officers of the New York City Police Department last July — in fact, one year ago on Friday — after being stopped for selling cigarettes on the street.
The officers, while subduing Garner, choked him and those actions led to his death. Garner's haunting, famous refrain — "I can't breathe" — was memorialized during protests in the ensuing weeks.
The offer from the city comes at a time where Esaw must decide
Well this is inneresting!
The 2016 presidential campaign is
right around the corner already here, and with it comes candidates looking for allies, endorsements, and (let's be honest) lots and lots of money.
It's true! The Republican Party is apparently navigating how best to work with Caitlyn — who, among other coming-outs in the past few months, revealed that she is a conservative Republican!
Gregory Angelo, the Log Cabin Republicans national executive director, revealed about Jenner:
Not the dog! Anything but the dog!
In return, the music producer has countersued, blaming her of lying and extortion.
Well according to new legal docs, their drama is getting even more intense!
The We R Who We R performer claims her former collaborator once threatened to kill her dog in a recording session!
What the WHAT?!
The glitter queen says the 41-year-old was so fed up that her canine was in the studio that he allegedly was going to kill it if the pup came close to him.
Looks like things between Miley Cyrus and Stella Maxwell are getting spicy…
And we ain't talking about the salsa!
Well it looks like their relationship is getting hotter by the second!
On Monday, the 22-year-old performer and her rumored girlfriend hit up Cocina Condesa in Studio City, CA!
The two lovebirds were seen snacking on tacos, ceviche, enchiladas, street corn, and guacamole!
An eyewitness said the bombshells were totally in the mood for love!
The source said:
South Carolina's state senate made a big move on Monday, getting one step closer to banning the Confederate flag from their Capitol.
In a landslide decision, the senate voted 37-3 to take it down. But, the fight isn't over quite yet.
Before the flag can officially be lowered, the Senate has to vote one more time, and then the bill has to go to the South Carolina House.
The proposal to remove the it came as a result of last month's devastating shooting at Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, where nine black people were shot to death because of racist beliefs.
South Carolina governor Nikki Haley is thrilled that the Senate stepped up to bring down the banner, saying in a statement:
"The South Carolina Senate today rose to this historic occasion, with a large majority of members from both parties coming together in the spirit of unity and healing that is binding our state back together and moving us forward in the right direction."
But even with the governor backing the decision, there's a possibility the House might not vote the same way as the Senate.
So, Nikki pleaded with her state's other political institution to follow suit:
"I applaud the Senate's decisive action, look forward to the Senate giving the bill third reading in the morning, and ask that the House act swiftly and follow the Senate's lead."
The Senate won't be convening again until Tuesday, but we really hope all the necessary votes go through to make this change happen!
[Image via AP Images.]