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National Rifle Association misfires again

National Rifle Association finally revealed last week what it was willing to do to help curb gun violence in schools, it fired a blank. ...

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Obama is Time’s person of the year, but…

President Barack Obama is Time magazine’s Person of The Year for the second time, the magazine announced. He also earned the honor in 2008 after his first election to the presidency. ...

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Blacks poised to own smaller share of media outlets

According to the FCC report, Blacks owned 231 broadcast stations in 2011, including television and radio outlets, a fraction of the 9,610 broadcast stations owned by whites. Blacks owned majority shares in just 10 (0.7 percent) full power commercial television stations (FPTV), down from 12 (1 percent) owned in 2009. ...

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Wilmington Ten Key Witness: ‘A Good n—–‘

Wilmington Ten Key Witness: ‘A Good n—–‘ ...

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Disputed quote to be removed from King Memorial

on Tuesday to remove the disputed quote from the sculpture, as opposed to cutting into the granite to replace it with a fuller quotation ...

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Saxophonist Jimmy Greene’s daughter among the Sandy Hook victims

Saxophonist Jimmy Greene was among those who lost his daughter, Ana, in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, according to jazzblog.ca and CBC News. Greene is a noted saxophonist, composer and bandleader who most recently taught in the jazz program at the University of Manitoba. Greene and his family had just moved from the town of Winnipeg, Canada to Newtown, Connecticut this past July. Greene, 37, gr ...

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Remembering the Sandy Hook shooting victims

A look at the names and the lives of some of the victims of the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. ...

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Obama at Newtown vigil: ‘God has called them all home’

The president spoke at a vigil for the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut ...

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