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More Black men are incarcerated in Wisconsin than any other state

A mass majority of the state’s Black male incarceration population stems from Milwaukee ...

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PRESIDENT’S TOUR OF THE WHITE HOUSE SCIENCE FAIR FROM THE WHITE HOUSE

High-schoolers Payton Karr andKiona Elliot, from Oakland Park, Fla., led a team of inventors who designed a collapsible, transportable, bicycle-powered ...

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Police continue to search for body of toddler beaten to death by mother and boyfriend

Law enforcement officers and volunteers are continuing their search for the body of a toddler ...

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New Miss Tuskegee University chosen

Tuskegee University students elected Randi Lerai Harrison as Miss Tuskegee University 2013-2014 ...

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Deputies at L.A. County Sheriff’s Office say racist gangs run the department

Deputies at an L.A. County Sheriff’s Office are claiming that their bosses are members of white supremacist gangs ...

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Jesse Jackson Honored for Anti-apartheid Work

He was honored “For his excellent contribution to the fight against apartheid.” ...

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Government to place more interest in drug treatment

This Administration remains committed to a balanced public health and public safety approach to drug policy. ...

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Blind, shot father of nine about to be evicted after losing his job

By Blackbluedogs When the tragedies of life hit us, they can often hit without mercy. A man in Michigan knows this all too well, as he is trying to find a way to provide for his family in the face of overwhelming odds. Sean Kelley is about to be homeless, along with his wife and nine children. He was shot a few months ago after leaving a night club. The shooting left him blind and unable to work. “I could s ...

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One hurt, another apprehended in shooting at Ohio high school

La Salle High School in Cincinnati was on temporary lockdown Monday morning after reports of a shooting on campus. A student shot himself with a gun in front of his classmates at their Cincinnati high school Monday morning, officials said. Authorities arrived at La Salle High School after several students called 911 around 9 a.m. The victim, believed to have been trying to commit suicide in his classroom, w ...

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Marie Johns is leaving her mark on SBA

Deputy Administrator of the Small Business Administration ...

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