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U.S.-Run South African Fund Collapses

Public filings indicate troubles could cost American taxpayers tens of millions of dollars

Mismanagement and unchecked corruption spelled the end for a post-apartheid initiative.

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Miguel’s Legdrop on Fan May Cost Him Some Money

The fan that the singer inadvertently kicked in the head, Khyati Shah, is considering legal action

Should Miguel be sued for his accidental kick?

By Cedric 'BIG CED' Thornton

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Evelyn Lozada Finally Goes to a High School Prom!

Lucky 19-year-old, Anthony Nelson, gets to take the reality TV star as his date

Reality TV star states that going to the prom was something she wasn’t able to…

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Harlem Woman Claims She Got Herpes from Rihanna’s MAC Lipstick

Concert-goer says she hopes lawsuit will influence the company to "be more sanitary in the future"

Have you tried RiRi Woo lipstick?

By Makkada B. Selah

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Are Racism and PTSD Linked?

New research shows exposure to racism has long-lasting psychological effects

In new diagnosis manual, PTSD and racism are linked

By Makkada B. Selah

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Busta Rhymes Sued by L.A. Recording Studio

Busta was billed about $2K per recording session

Busta Rhymes allegedly stiffed recording studio $70K

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Oprah Winfrey All Set to Address Harvard Grads

Forbes listed the media mogul as the 11th most powerful woman in the world last year

The elite university’s president calls Winfrey one of the great American success stories.

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More Working Moms Bringing Home the Bacon

Less than a third of Americans think this is a good for society

The number of women who make more than their spouses has hit a milestone.

By Aaron Morrison

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Harvard’s First Black Dean to Step Down

Evelynn Hammonds says Harvard officials did not ask her to step down

Evelynn Hammonds will remain on the faculty and will lead a new program on race…

By Aaron Morrison

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Chris Brown’s Hit-and-Run May Place Him in Prison

If prosecutors believe what's being reported, they could haul him into court

Does Chris Brown have anger issues?

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Judge: Trayvon Martin’s Past Not Relevant For Trial

Defense's request for a trial delay is also denied

Trayvon Martin’s social media postings, suspension records, and toxicology report cannot be used during trial…

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50 Cent Pays for Horse-Drawn Carriage for D’aja Robinson’s Funeral

The rapper and business owner opens his wallet to help pay for the funeral of the unintended victim of gunshot fire

Why isn’t something like this big news in media?

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NYC Has Nation’s Largest Bike Sharing Program

Fifteen thousand bikers are signed up for New York's program, transportation official says

Citi Bike debuted with 6,000 bikes spread around at 300 stations and plans a significant…

By Aaron Morrison

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Boston Marathon Winner Donates Medal To Victims

Ethiopian runner pledges to return to next year's marathon

“Sport should never be used as a battleground,” says Ethiopian athlete Lelisa Desisa, during a…

By Aaron Morrison

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Dental Industry Fights Over Teeth Whitening

Licensed dentists report making $25,000 annually on the service

Entrepreneurs argue that dental regulatory boards have set up unfair barriers to the industry.

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Man Tries to Open Exit Door During Flight

One passenger put the suspect in a choke hold while others helped to restrain him

An Air Alaska flight interrupted when a man tries to open plane’s emergency exit

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Alleged Chicago Baby Killer Caught

Six month old Jonylah Watkins was shot in March

Career criminal charged with killing of 6 month old Jonylah Watkins

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Black Churches Struggle in Harlem Under Gentrification

Tourists fill the balconies of Canaan Baptist Church of Christ in Harlem, while pews for members go empty

Membership and tithing drop at Harlem churches

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Black Spanish Teacher Fired for Using the Word ‘Negro’ in Class

Negro is the word for the color "black" in Spanish

Do you think the word “negro” is offensive?

By Makkada B. Selah

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New Report Says Blacks Disproportionately Affected by Natural Disasters

In the wake of the tornado in Oklahoma, the NAACP investigated disaster preparedness among African-Americans

NAACP’s report shows blacks are more often displaced after disasters

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How to Position Yourself As an Industry Authority

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‘I See You’: The Power and Beauty of Building Multiple Tribes of Professional Women

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