"Rob didn't help me, Tyga ain't help me, Toni ain't help me, but like try to like, smack me down, period, and I'm just letting y'all know this, all this s–t, I built BY MYSELF."
"It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see something is terribly wrong."
The images were supplied by the lawyers representing ten black workers employed at General Motors's Powertrain plant in Toledo.
Wetteland helped the New York Yankees win the World Series in 1996 and was inducted into the Texas Rangers' Hall of Fame in 2005.
"I am well aware of who and what he is. I grew up in that house."
Investigators allegedly contacted some of Kelly's victims who were featured in "Surviving R. Kelly" docuseries.
The United Nations completed its review of Russian prisons and concluded "there was reliable information that torture was practiced widely in the country."
A new lawsuit alleges the former volunteer sexually abused up to 14 other children.
The country's top human rights official previously argued that imprisoning "mildly abusive" men could leave families without an income.
The archdiocese said that it was fully cooperating with the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office's investigation.
Police have arrested four family members over the death.
Eight of the 10 priests named have died.
Rosa Maria Da Cruz's partner and three children were apparently unaware of the baby's existence.
Imelda Cortez suffered years of abuse by her stepfather.
Three managers have been sentenced to jail time for the bizarre discipline regime.
"No one should be forced to live in such degrading and disgusting conditions," one anti-slavery officer said.
Authorities were called to their home in North Carolina following reports of an "assault."
Plastic corpse hanging from a tree had a dark skin tone, causing outrage.
He put a sign up warning the property was "protected with improvised devices."
The boy is in the hospital, in critical condition.
Four people have been arrested and charged with attempted murder.
The new report details allegations dating back from 1946 and implicates 4.4 percent of the German Catholic Church's clerics over that period.