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The Decision to Charge Officers Involved in Death of Alton Sterling Expected Tuesday: Attorneys L. Chris Stewart and Brandon DeCuir who represents Alton Sterling’s five children said Attorney General Jeff Landry will meet with them this morning March 27. The Attorney General office could charge one or both of the officers involved in the 2016 death of Sterling.

Two More Attorneys Turn Down Representing Donald Trump: Attorneys Tom Buchanan and Dan Webb said President Trump reached out to them to represent him in the Russian probe case. Although they turned him down for conflict of interest they said, “We consider the opportunity to represent the President to be the highest honor and we sincerely regret that we cannot do so.”

Cardi b Releases Cover Art for Upcoming Album and Release Date: After fans waited patiently for rapper Cardi B to release her album, she finally posts her album cover o Instagram. The album is called “Invasion of Privacy” and will be available April 6.

Heineken Pulls Ad After Complaints of Racism: Heineken pulled the ad that made headlines for racist undertones. In the “Sometimes Lighter is Better” ad, the video featured a bartender sliding the beer to a lighter woman while it slides past darker people. Heineken spokes person said, “While we feel the ad is referencing our Heineken Light beer, and that light beer is better than other high-calorie options — we missed the mark, are taking the feedback to heart and will use this to influence future campaigns.”

Rapper Vic Mensa Reminded of Prior Gun Charge After Performing at March for Our Lives: Vic Mensa performed this past weekend at the March for Our Lives rally in D.C., now fans are drumming up an old charge. A year earlier in 2016, the rapper was convicted of a gun charge. Mesa said, “It’s like, you can’t be a young black man out here doing anything — legal, positive, and you still get treated like a criminal.”








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