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44 min ago | Ghanamma.com
I have been a student of elections since 1992, although I was not eligible to vote in that election, I have been an ardent follower of politics ever since, not as an active participant, but one who is more concern about this country and so is more than interested in knowing the political parties and their candidates at the turn of every election.
3 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
Ocala City Council members unanimously passed the ordinance last month, which made it a criminal offense for someone to wear pants two inches or more below the natural waistline while on city-owned property.
5 hrs ago | Crooks and Liars
O'Reilly used his segment with Megyn Kelly on "white privilege" vs. "Asian privilege" the previous evening as an excuse to launch another angry tirade at the African American community and their leadership.
8 hrs ago | Deseret News
A study of 800 Baltimore students finds that those who are born poor stay poor and education has little to do with it.
Pastor Phillip Davis of the Greater Shiloh Church said the district has a significant "imbalance" when it comes to race and income.
In the U.S. in 2010, 62 percent of African American babies began breastfeeding at birth, compared to 79 percent of white newborns, according to the CDC.
Theatre In The Park closes its 2014 season with the world premiere of Raleigh playwright, Adrienne Earle Pender's Somewhere In Between .
Here's how the Rev's limitations were on display yesterday -- as he stood in a pulpit over Mike Brown's casket Racial politics in the U.S. is beholden to the space of black death.
AUGUST 26--Now that the Rev. Al Sharpton has transformed himself from an overweight track suit enthusiast to a svelte dandy, he appears to enjoy nothing more than making fun of obese people.
From 2000 to 2012, Kentucky's population grew by more than 337,000 residents. However, not all Kentucky counties experienced the same rate of population growth and some counties actually experienced a population decline.
Encouraged by the diverse turnout for its screening of George Tillman Jr.'s "The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete" last year, the Milwaukee Film Festival is adding an African-American film program, it was announced Tuesday.
In a dramatic move to increase diversity and the number of Lowcountry students who enroll, the College of Charleston is considering accepting all students in certain counties who graduate in the top 10 percent of their high school classes.
It's been 60 years since the Supreme Court ruled on Brown vs. Board of Education --leading to the desegregation of schools.
A recent survey found that 90% of Americans define success as more about happiness than money, power or fame.
Ten things to know for Monday, Aug. 26 The latest from Ferguson, Missouri, leads off 10 things to know by the Associated Press Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1tB3l6L Rev.
After weeks of community protests, the family of Michael Brown is asking for silence and peace as they lay him to rest.
Two Ocala officials want to repeal the city's so-called "saggy pants ban," an ordinance that prohibits anyone on city property from wearing pants that sag well below the waistline and expose undergarments.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:05 pm
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