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Boston Marathon Explosions Leave 2 Dead

BOSTON  — Two bombs exploded near the crowded finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday, killing two people and injuring more than 50 others in a terrifying scene of broken glass, smoke and severed limbs, authorities said. A third blast rocked the John F. Kennedy Library a few miles away and more than an hour later, but no injuries were reported, the police commissioner said. A senior U.S. intelligence o ...

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When commitments work

Commitment seems to work best when we put our all and all into it. ...

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FAMU SBI Alumnus Jemal Gibson comes full circle with book, ‘Drugs: My Curse, My Savior’

Jemal Omar Gibson — author, motivational speaker, corporate executive and philanthropist — has been called to teach, speak, serve and in-`spire. In his first book, Drugs: My Curse, My Savior ...

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Dillard Elementary Impact Girls welcomes keynote speaker Dr. Cassann Blake and Saxophonist Randy Corinthian

Dr. Cassann Blake of the internationally renowned Cleveland Clinic will present the keynote address ...

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Closures of 53 schools tied to education profiteering, say critics

Let’s not pretend when you close schools primarily on the south and west sides (of Chicago) that the children who would be affected are Black ...

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One in four is too many

Too many young people become infected and too few are tested for HIV. ...

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Warring with the war on drugs

War on Drugs is a racially biased and strategy ...

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Commissioner Sue Gunzburger and others fight to keep North Perry Air Traffic Control Tower open

The Broward Commission approved emergency funding of $43,000 monthly to keep this tower open through September, short-term funding ...

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Chicago to pay 55K to woman tasered by cops while pregnant

settlement to a woman who was tasered by police in front of her two young children while she was pregnant. ...

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