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Immigration reform looms as a controversial public issue

Black History Month nears its midway point in 2013 as America ponders the red hot public issue of immigration reform ...

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The State of Union address: bold and breaking new ground

president is aware that the American people made a choice in the 2012 election to continue down the road that he has initiated, and he now has a mandate ...

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Activists applaud HUD’s new anti-bias rule

This will ensure the continued strength of one of the most important tools for exposing and ending housing discrimination ...

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Birds of a feather flock together in the Republican Party

Republican Party chairman, Jim Greer, pleaded guilty last week, averting a long and embarrassing trial for the Florida Republican Party ...

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Whitney Young: Mr. Inside

Whitney Young: Mr. Inside ...

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Dr. Boyce: 10 honest, borderline embarrassing thoughts about the life and death of Christopher Dorner

Chris expressed his anger was a bit unconventional, turning him into one of the most wanted human beings in American history ...

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America’s broken hearts ...

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Political appeal reflects the politics of historical trends

Yes. Politics, like nature, thrives on seasonal changes captured in the pages of historical trends. ...

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Direct from the Emergency Room at Mt. Sinai Hospital at 2:34 a.m. –

Having dedicated my life to advocating for human rights, I would fight for Mr. Jackson’s rights to express his views; however, as a private citizen, I personally find his sentiments troubling ...

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Time and changes reveal the politics of political challenges

The travesty weaved its way through a maze in which politics was confronted by public outrage ...

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