How to Convince People They Really, Really Need to Evacuate for Hurricane Matthew — TIME

People have a natural tendency to want to live. But for whatever reason, they also frequently ignore advice about what’s good for them. That’s a challenge for officials who are urging people to protect themselves as category 4 Hurricane Matthew gains momentum. Officials told millions of Americans to evacuate their homes on Thursday to avoid…

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Jerry Rice Apologizes For ‘All Lives Matter’ Tweet, Says He Didn’t Know About ‘Black Lives Matter’ — Black America Web

NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice has apologized for his “All Lives Matter” tweet from August in response to Colin Kaepernick taking a knee during the National Anthem. Rice tweeted his apology Wednesday night saying, “When I said {All Lives Matter} I didn’t know about the movement going on between {Black Lives Matter}. I want to apologize…

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Clowns Will March in Tucson to Prove They’re ‘Not Psycho Killers’ — TIME

Dozens of clowns in Arizona will hit the streets in Tucson on Saturday night for a planned “Clown Lives Matter” peace walk meant to show the gentle nature of jesters amid a national climate of clown fear. At least 50 people are expected to stride down a popular strip in the city wearing clown costumes,…

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Jay Z, calling juvenile solitary ‘inhumane,’ backs TV series — WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

NEW YORK (AP) — Rap superstar Jay Z is helping shine a light on prison reform by co-producing an upcoming TV documentary about a young man who spent three years behind bars without trial for allegedly stealing a backpack. The rapper teamed up with Harvey Weinstein to produce the six-part “TIME: The Kalief Browder Story,”…

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