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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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African native blends into local African American politics

There’s one in North Florida,” said Miami Gardens Councilman Dr. Erhoba Ighobaro, a native of Nigeria, the largest country on the African continent, with a population of some 70 million ...

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Simple Steps to Start an Extensive Art Collection

So, check your storage closets and attics for original artwork and start your research. ...

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Connecticut school shooting: 26 killed, gunman dead

 A gunman opened fire inside a Connecticut elementary school where his mother worked Friday, killing at least 26 people, including 18 children, by blasting his way through the building as young students cowered helplessly in classrooms while their teachers and classmates were shot. The attack, coming less than two weeks before Christmas, appeared to be the nation's second-deadliest school shooting, exceeded ...

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HIV/AIDS take heavy toll on Black youth

Blacks ages 13 through 24 accounted for more than a quarter of new HIV infections in 2010 in the U.S. Of the newly-infected in that age group, 57 percent of those infected are African American males, according to CDC’s most Vital Signs Report titled, “HIV Among Youth in the US.” ...

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How low will the Republicans go?

38 Republicans, the Senate failed the veteran’s groups that were in attendance to watch history unfold, it failed to honor the will of the people of the United States, it failed many groups of people all over the world, and even worse than all of that, they failed their own leadership-past and present. ...

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Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges places FAMU on one-year probation

“It is important to emphasize that FAMU remains an accredited institution, even while under the probation sanction from SACSCOC,” said FAMU Interim President Larry Robinson ...

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Baptist Health South Florida gives back to community

Baptist Health South Florida employees always jump on the opportunity to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, having sponsored 24 homes in over 20 years. Recently, Baptist Health employees of diverse backgrounds joined forces for a special Day of Service: Caring for Our Community to help revitalize and improve homes for low income families ...

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