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STATEMENT: Chris King is “Deeply Troubled” by DeSantis Attendance at Offensive Conferences

“I’m deeply troubled by Ron DeSantis’ attendance at these offensive conferences. Ron DeSantis has serious questions to answer to Floridians about why he repeatedly chose to attend these events. ...

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Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson’s response to recording of President Trump joking about Niger Ambush

Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson issued the following statement in response to an audio tape of President Donald J. Trump making jokes during a discussion about the deadly ambush in Niger: ...

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ANDREW GILLUM SHOCKS THE POLITICAL WORLD AND SETS STAGE FOR THREE BLACK U.S GOVERNORS

     Wildly outspent by a billionaire challenger and the daughter of a former Florida Governor, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, 39, shocked the political establishment to win the gubernatorial primary in Florida on August 28. ...

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After successful off-Broadway & San Francisco run Port Chicago 50 play comes to Fort Lauderdale

There are three performances only at Dillard Center For The Arts Theater 2501 NW 11th Street, Fort Lauderale,Florida. ...

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On a Small Island with a Big Mission, Fort Lauderdale native supports the Navy’s‘Silent Service’ half a world away in Guam

     Lt. Wilking Jean is a chaplain on temporary duty from USS Emory S. Land, and currently aboard the Guam-based submarine tender, Frank Cable, one of only two such ships in the U.S. Navy. The Frank Cable and its crew provides maintenance and resupply capabilities both in port and at sea.            ...

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It is time to get over yourself and win so we all can win

Their authenticity is crucial to my growth, and I cherish our “Come to Jesus” moments where they demand that I get over myself and win so we all can win. ...

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Andrew Gillum: Not Just Another Horse in the Race

Andrew Gillum: Not Just Another Horse in the Race ...

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OLD SOLDIERS NEVER DIE

The nation mourns the passing of another giant, Sen. John McCain. McCain died nine years to the day when America lost another icon, Sen. Ted Kennedy, to the same form of brain cancer. Both men were considered “Lions of the Senate” and deservedly so. ...

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Broward rallies to turn Florida blue

Over the weekend, local leaders, organizations, political candidates and county residents rallied at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC) on Sistrunk Blvd. to encourage residents to vote in the 2018 primary election. ...

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LOOKING INWARD

Mourning Family Foundation addresses gun violence with South Florida students and community leaders at youth summit ...

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