Bring That Week Back: 'White Man March' Is an Epic Fail

Chicago puts properties on sale for one dollar, plus more.

'White Man March' Is an Epic Fail - Chicago puts city-owned properties on sale for one dollar, Ohio man facing return to prison is freed from custody, plus more national news. ? Natelege Whaley (@natelege)  Concerned about the ?destruction of the white race,? Kyle Hunt, a host of an online radio show, organized ?The White Man March? for Saturday. The failed movement did not attract many supporters, as small groups showed up in Cincinnati and Birmingham, Alabama.  (Photo: Courtesy of The White Man March)

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'White Man March' Is an Epic Fail - Chicago puts city-owned properties on sale for one dollar, Ohio man facing return to prison is freed from custody, plus more national news. – Natelege Whaley (@natelege) Concerned about the “destruction of the white race,” Kyle Hunt, a host of an online radio show, organized “The White Man March” for Saturday. The failed movement did not attract many supporters, as small groups showed up in Cincinnati and Birmingham, Alabama.  (Photo: Courtesy of The White Man March)

Chicago Properties On Sale for One Dollar - Chicago has put hundreds of properties on sale for only one dollar. Qualified residents and nonprofits will be able to purchase vacant city-owned lots in the South Side Englewood neighborhood. ?It?s designed to move vacant properties out of the city?s hands and into private ownership,?  Mayor Rahm Emanuel said in a statement.  (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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Chicago Properties On Sale for One Dollar - Chicago has put hundreds of properties on sale for only one dollar. Qualified residents and nonprofits will be able to purchase vacant city-owned lots in the South Side Englewood neighborhood. “It’s designed to move vacant properties out of the city’s hands and into private ownership,”  Mayor Rahm Emanuel said in a statement. (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Man Facing Return to Prison Is Freed From Custody - Douglas Prade of Akron, Ohio, was freed from custody Thursday afternoon. Thursday morning he was ordered back to court, after being released last year. He had served 15 years in prison for his ex-wife?s killing. A DNA test of a bite mark proved his innocence. But an appeals court states the results were not clear.  (Photo: Jay LaPrete/AP Photo, File)

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Man Facing Return to Prison Is Freed From Custody - Douglas Prade of Akron, Ohio, was freed from custody Thursday afternoon. Thursday morning he was ordered back to court, after being released last year. He had served 15 years in prison for his ex-wife’s killing. A DNA test of a bite mark proved his innocence. But an appeals court states the results were not clear.  (Photo: Jay LaPrete/AP Photo, File)

Black Youth Project Video Goes Viral - Student activists of the Black Youth Project were visiting Princeton University?s campus and felt they were being profiled by a Black police officer. They confronted him and a healthy dialogue followed. ?We really want you guys to protect and serve. As Black youth, we don?t feel we get that level of protection,? one student told the officer. The group thanked the officer for hearing their thoughts.(Photo: BYP 100 via Youtube)

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Black Youth Project Video Goes Viral - Student activists of the Black Youth Project were visiting Princeton University’s campus and felt they were being profiled by a Black police officer. They confronted him and a healthy dialogue followed. “We really want you guys to protect and serve. As Black youth, we don’t feel we get that level of protection,” one student told the officer. The group thanked the officer for hearing their thoughts.(Photo: BYP 100 via Youtube)

News Anchor?s Reaction to L.A. Earthquake Wins Internet - KTLA 5 Morning News anchor Chris Schauble won the Internet with his reaction to a 4.4 magnitude earthquake in Los Angeles Monday. ?Earthquake, we?re having an earthquake,? Schauble said as a look of panic swept across his face. Schauble soon made the screenshot of his reaction his avatar on Twitter. (Photo: KTLA News5)

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News Anchor’s Reaction to L.A. Earthquake Wins Internet - KTLA 5 Morning News anchor Chris Schauble won the Internet with his reaction to a 4.4 magnitude earthquake in Los Angeles Monday. “Earthquake, we’re having an earthquake,” Schauble said as a look of panic swept across his face. Schauble soon made the screenshot of his reaction his avatar on Twitter. (Photo: KTLA News5)

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Pastor Drops Dead in Front of Parishioners - Bishop Bobby Davis, 72, of Bridgeport, Connecticut, confessed to having an affair in front of his congregation and dropped dead shortly after. He suffered from a heart attack. He and his wife Christine celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last June.(Photo: ABC News6)

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Pastor Drops Dead in Front of Parishioners - Bishop Bobby Davis, 72, of Bridgeport, Connecticut, confessed to having an affair in front of his congregation and dropped dead shortly after. He suffered from a heart attack. He and his wife Christine celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last June.(Photo: ABC News6)

In Florida, No White Person Ever Executed for Killing a Black Person - A new report released by the ACLU shows a disturbing trend in the sentencing patterns against African-Americans in Florida. Sixty-six percent of Blacks have been sentenced to death since Angela Corey took over as State Attorney in 2009. During the Jim Crow era, this number was at 65 percent. (Photo: Gary W. Green-Pool/Getty Images)

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In Florida, No White Person Ever Executed for Killing a Black Person - A new report released by the ACLU shows a disturbing trend in the sentencing patterns against African-Americans in Florida. Sixty-six percent of Blacks have been sentenced to death since Angela Corey took over as State Attorney in 2009. During the Jim Crow era, this number was at 65 percent. (Photo: Gary W. Green-Pool/Getty Images)

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Loan Rebound Misses Black Businesses - Black entrepreneurs have fallen behind in obtaining loans from the Small Business Administration. In 2013, Black-owned small businesses received 1.7 percent of the $23.09 billion available in loans. This is down from 8.2 percent in 2008. (Photo: Blend Images/Ariel Skelley/Getty Images)

Father Shoots Teen Boy in Daughter's Room - A Texas man shot and killed Johran McCormick, 17, in his daughter?s bedroom. The man?s daughter had snuck McCormick into their house. The girl?s brother said he saw legs under his sister?s bed and told their father. At first the teen girl said she didn?t know McCormick, but investigators confirmed he was her friend. (Photo: KHOU News11)

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Father Shoots Teen Boy in Daughter's Room - A Texas man shot and killed Johran McCormick, 17, in his daughter’s bedroom. The man’s daughter had snuck McCormick into their house. The girl’s brother said he saw legs under his sister’s bed and told their father. At first the teen girl said she didn’t know McCormick, but investigators confirmed he was her friend. (Photo: KHOU News11)

92-Year-Old Becomes Honorary HS Graduate - Dorothy Owens, 92, has finally received her high school diploma. She was forced to drop out of school when she was younger to help her family. Her granddaughter penned a note to her former Memphis, Tennessee, high school requesting an honorary diploma.  (Photo: WMC-TV News)

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92-Year-Old Becomes Honorary HS Graduate - Dorothy Owens, 92, has finally received her high school diploma. She was forced to drop out of school when she was younger to help her family. Her granddaughter penned a note to her former Memphis, Tennessee, high school requesting an honorary diploma.  (Photo: WMC-TV News)

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Woman Receives $100K in Settlement From NYPD - The NYPD had to cough up $100,000 to Tashmaya Gay, whose mother Denise Gay was killed by officers in Brooklyn in September 2011. Gay was in the center of crossfire between officers and criminal Leroy Webster. The bullet did not come from Webster, the NYPD confirmed, but the department did not want to take responsibility. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)