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NYC man hit by train and electrocuted while trying to retrieve iPhone from tracks

A New York man is dead after jumping onto the metro rail tracks to retrieve an iPhone he’d dropped ...

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Does Tyler Perry hate Black women? One professor certainly seems to hate Tyler Perry

There are some who are starting to question Perry’s relationship with his primary target audience: African American women ...

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President Obama’s half brother selling President’s hand written letters for $15,000 each

Obama’s half brother because he is seeking to secure himself financially by selling two of President Obama’s letters for $15,000 a piece. ...

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Fact sheet: President Obama fights to keep interest rates from doubling

President’s plan guarantees that student loans remain affordable by allowing all students – past, present, and future ...

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Single moms do it all – Alone

She’s rearing her two kids, a daughter, 13, and son, 10, by herself. ...

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Publicity stunt? New York mayor announces competition for young Black and Latino boys

n online competition encouraging Black and Latino young men to offer ideas that could help reduce racial and ethnic disparities in New York City ...

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Tornado-stricken Oklahoma community rebounds

Life clearly endures in Moore and the rebuilding of homes has already begun in sections of the community and the convoy of volunteers ...

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Zimmerman’s team will seek to discredit Trayvon Martin

part of the defense strategy involves depicting the 17-year-old dead Black youth as a troublemaker ...

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Black Mayors rally to reclaim their organization

National Conference of Black Mayors (NCBM) kicks off its 39th annual convention in Atlanta ...

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‘Food Stamps’ cuts will hurt poor Black families

[caption id="attachment_13480" align="alignleft" width="288"] SNAP[/caption] ‘Food Stamps’ cuts will hurt poor Black families By Freddie Allen      WASHINGTON, D.C. (NNPA) – Both the House and Senate have passed bills that would reduce funding of the Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly called food stamps, but the extent of the cuts will not become known until negotiators from both ch ...

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