Boston rapper Antonio Ennis has already battled gang members, rival artists, police departments and a prison stint. Now he’s turning his energy to the real enemy in minority neighborhoods: Wall Street.
In a series of videos, employees who work directly to maintain Romney’s luxurious neighborhood are speaking out about their frustration to be working to better the life of a man who couldn’t care less about them.
"[The] investigation could identify no reporting which uncovered a terrorist threat, nor could it identify a contribution such fusion center reporting made to disrupt an active terrorist plot," the report said.
To celebrate two of the best athletes in history, the New York Times magazine online is running a video (shot by a man) about a photographer (also a man) taking photos of the two athletes who are not playing tennis and not wearing any shirts.