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Whistblower Edward Snowden revealed, says CIA got Swiss banker drunk and put him behind wheel of car

CIA operatives were attempting to recruit a Swiss banker to obtain secret banking information. Snowden said they achieved this by purposely getting the banker drunk and encouraging him to drive home in his car ...

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Worker gets fired from Baptist daycare for having a baby out of wedlock

A daycare worker in North Carolina was fired from her job allegedly for getting pregnant out of wedlock. ...

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Today, the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc. released a new video highlighting the racial discrimination in the Texas death penalty system and the shocking case of death-sentenced prisoner, Duane Buck. Mr. Buck was sentenced to death in Harris County (Houston), Texas, after his trial prosecutor elicited testimony from a psychologist indicating that Mr. Buck was more likely to be dangerous bec ...

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Air Force’s first African American female colonel buried

The first African-American woman to be promoted to colonel in the Air Force was buried on a sultry ...

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Police identify gunman in shooting death of honor student D’aja Robinson

New York police believe they have identified the teen gunman who sprayed a crowded bus with bullets two weeks ago, killing 14-year-old honor student D’aja Robinson. ...

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Cheerios ad featuring bi-racial couple sparks an overflow of racist comments

Cheerios took the bold step of including an interracial couple in an advertisement, only to find that the racist comments on Youtube would be nothing short of over-whelming. ...

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Fort Benning Army Base was named after racist Confederate General, and so were nine other military bases

Fort Benning Army Base was named after racist Confederate General, and so were nine other military bases ...

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Head of Black Mayors group urges accountability

Mayor Kevin Johnson, the newly-elected president of the National Conference of Black Mayors (NCBM), told his colleagues that if they don’t improve the lives of their constituents, they don’t deserve to remain in office. ...

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Hartford man seeks to expand educational practice

Cephas’s idea to reach Native American kids expanded to include all members of minority communities in Hartford’s North End neighborhood ...

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