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San Diego trainer overcomes hurdles on the track and in life

These are only a few of the low moments for an athlete who used to soar over hurdles on the track at record speeds. ...

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FHA lending violations lead to $93 million fine

FHA lending violations lead to $93 million fine ...

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If confirmed, Dr. Ben Carson will lead HUD with compassion

If confirmed, Dr. Ben Carson will lead HUD with compassion ...

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Black community shocked by Michael Slager mistrial

Last week, the nation was shocked to learn that the jury for the trial of Michael Slager, the North Charleston police officer who shot and killed an unarmed Black motorist as he jogged away from a traffic stop in 2015, could not agree on a murder or manslaughter conviction or any punishment for the officer ...

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The high price of imprisonment: A growing list of costs are being passed on to inmates and their families

As incarceration rates continue to grow around the United States, the enormous costs of some prison services are increasingly being paid by those who can least afford it –- the families of inmates. ...

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There will never be another Fidel

There will never be another Fidel ...

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Wells Fargo awarded for their work in minority communities

Wells Fargo awarded for their work in minority communities ...

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Elizabeth Keckley Awards presented to leaders working to preserve and strengthen American middle/working class

Elizabeth Keckley Awards presented to leaders working to preserve and strengthen American middle/working class ...

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Black businesses in Chicago benefit from Goldman Sachs Program

The entrepreneurs are participants in Goldman Sachs “10,000 Small Businesses,” a scholarship-based program that convenes small business owners to learn critical business skills and create growth plans for their companies ...

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