Top Stories

Kim Jong Un is prepared for war with the U.S. The North Korean leader says he will continue missle testing despite requests to stop.
Multi-Grammy winner Keith Urban washonored at Grammys on the Hill inin Washington, DC for his commitment to music education in schools.
It supports captions, HTML elements and videos.

Presidential hopefuls Clinton and Graham address Charleston, race

buzzz worthy. . .

Hillary Clinton has been "camera shy" (avoiding the media) since entering the presidential race, but today from a church in Missouri she is speaking out on Charleston, decrying the Mother Emanuel massacre as an act of racist terrorism.  "It shouldn't fly there.  It shoudn't fly anywhere."

Clinton is one of few residential hopefuls who are willing to confront what has become an unavoiable issues America faces daily--racism. 

South Carolina Republican Lindsay Graham, who is also running for president has spoken out against the tragedy as well on the The View last Thurday. However, while he supported the Confederate flag previously, he had a change of heart and stood in solidarity for the removal of the flag with Gov. Nikki Haley yesterday when she called for the removal of the rebel flag in a press conference.