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What’s under the floor covering?

We have been doing some floor remodeling in order to bring some beauty to our office. What I discovered was that once you have removed the old stuff, that’s only the beginning of the job. ...

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Deadliest U.S. mass shootings

Deadliest U.S. mass shootings ...

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MD Public Schools find speculative controversy in salary cap adjustments

Just when you think everything is hunky dory with the Miami Dade Public Schools (M-DCPS), up pops cause for speculation to create controversy. ...

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President Obama appoints FAMU Alumna to National Museum and Library Services Board

United States President Barack H. Obama appointed Florida A&M University (FAMU) alumna Althemese Pemberton Barnes to the National Museum and Library Services Board (NMLSB ...

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Blacks poised to own smaller share of media outlets

According to the FCC report, Blacks owned 231 broadcast stations in 2011, including television and radio outlets, a fraction of the 9,610 broadcast stations owned by whites. Blacks owned majority shares in just 10 (0.7 percent) full power commercial television stations (FPTV), down from 12 (1 percent) owned in 2009. ...

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Wilmington Ten Key Witness: ‘A Good n—–‘

Wilmington Ten Key Witness: ‘A Good n—–‘ ...

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Black churches confront the AIDS epidemic

Not to encourage more sexuality, church leaders were quick to point out, but because it is an effective weapon to curb the spread of HIV, the virus that leads to AIDS. ...

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Sickle cell disease cuts HIV risk in U.S. Blacks: 400,000-person review

Sickle cell disease lowers the odds of HIV infection about 70 percent, according to analysis of 423,431 records of adult African-Americans admitted to the hospital from 1997 through 2009. In contrast, sickle cell disease raised chances of infection with hepatitis B or C virus (HBV or HCV). ...

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