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Election Day: What Not to wear?

With just 41 days until the presidential election, things are heating up.

Clint and Stacy, hosts…

By Renita Burns

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Obama: Debate Should Commence

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama says he plans to continue campaigning and that Friday’s…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Obama Pounces, McCain Skirts the Issues

Presidential contenders John McCain and Barack Obama released new attack ads this morning.

In his ad,…

By Renita Burns

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On The Issues: Biden vs. Palin

Issues

Sen. Joe Biden

Gov. Sarah Palin

Iraq
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Co-authored a five-point plan to end the war in…

By Renita Burns

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Candidates Spent $94 Million in August

Sen. Barack Obama reported spending more than $53 million in August and ended the month…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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21st Century Problems Call for 21st Century Leadership. (Hint: That’s Not McCain)

One of my Facebook friends, someone I’ve known since our days as classmates at Gregory…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Who’ll Get the Boot?

(source:newsbusters.org)

Short of men leaping from buildings on Wall Street and children selling apples roadside, the…

By Renita Burns

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Who’ll Get the Boot?

(source:newsbusters.org)

Short of men leaping from buildings on Wall Street and children selling apples roadside, the…

By Renita Burns

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Trail Mix

Weakening economy puts campaigns back on track

Following a week filled with bad news from the nation’s financial front, the presidential election…

By Joyce Jones

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Candidates on the Economy

Sen. Barack Obama meets with economic advisors Paul Volcker (left), former chairman of the…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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ACLU Takes Up Voting Rights in Michigan

The Advancement Project, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the ACLU of Michigan announced that…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Good for What Ails America?

In two new reports, the journal Health Affairs took a critical eye to Sens. Barack…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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On the Issues: Obama vs. McCain

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McCain

Obama

Civil Rights
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Voted against recognition of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday as…

By Renita Burns

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Ask an Economist: Breaking Down the Financial Crisis

(source: wharton.upenn.edu)
 
It has been a jarring September for Wall Street. It is just the middle…

By Renita Burns

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Protecting the Right to Vote

Last week, a Michigan blog published a post that had the following headline: “Republicans plan…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Got Jobs?

(source: slate.com)

It’s enough to make your stomach churn. Those gloom and doom economic reports that…

By Renita Burns

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Back to the Issues: The Economy

With the turmoil in the financial markets taking front stage in the presidential campaigns, Sens.…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Obama, McCain on the Latest Financial Crisis

Monday morning brought more bad news for investors. Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. announced it was…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Candidates Appear at Ground Zero

Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain appear at Ground Zero to mark the anniversary of…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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UNCF Offers Agenda for Higher Education

Plan includes focus on access, availability of funds

HBCUs serve different purposes for different people. For some students, who might otherwise have…

By Joyce Jones

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How To

India

#TechieTips: 4 Things to Consider When Working With Remote Developers in India

India is one of the top countries where startups and other businesses look for talent…

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resolutions

How to Keep Your Healthy New Year’s Resolutions Going Strong

For millions of people, the new year is also starting with new year resolutions around…

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