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Zambian President Michael Sata dies at 77

Zambian President Michael Sata, who was nicknamed “King Cobra” for his fiery comebacks and larger-than-life personality, has died. He was 77. Sata had traveled to London for unspecified medical treatment …

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D.C. Search Resumes For Relisha Rudd On 9th Birthday

Nearly eight months after Relisha Rudd (pictured) went missing from Washington, D.C., homeless shelterDC General, where she lived with her family, investigators are still struggling to determine her whereabouts. …

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Street sign honoring the Godfather of Soul will finally rise behind Apollo Theater

A street sign renaming a Harlem block behind the Apollo Theater “James Brown Way” in honor of the Godfather of Soul will finally rise next month, six years after city elected officials signed off on it. …

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Artemis of Ephesus: A Goddess Who Represented an Ideal View of Blackness

Among the pantheon of deities worshipped by the ancient Greeks, Artemis of Ephesus stands out as one of the most enigmatic. Her cult arose during the early first millennium B.C., when the city of Ephesus was founded on …

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11 Things You Didn’t Know About Michael Jordan

His triviAirness. Although he was chosen third overall in the 1984 NBA Draft and initially didn’t makehis varsity basketball team in high school, Michael Jordan would go on to have arguably the greatest basketball …

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Official Autopsy: Darrien Hunt, Black Man Killed By Utah Police, Was Shot In The Back

A black man killed by Utah police died of multiple gunshot wounds, including several in the back of his body, according to an autopsy released Tuesday. The official state autopsy documents six gunshot wounds on the body …

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Cops wrongfully helped Staten Island chokehold victim Eric Garner’s mom: union

The mom of Staten Island police chokehold victim Eric Garner got special treatment when cops fixed her car so she could avoid a summons, angry police union leaders said Monday. Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association …

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Prisoners’ Rights Advocates React To Retirement Of Rikers Official Who Oversaw Violent Facility

Prisoners’ rights advocates and lawmakers on Tuesday welcomed the news that the top uniformed official at New York City’s Department of Correction, who has been accused of turning a blind eye to rampant …

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LeBron James’ Wife Savannah Brinson Gives Birth to Baby Girl

The James house is now officially a party of five! LeBron James’ wife, Savannah Brinson, gave birth to their third child on Oct 22 in Ohio, a source reveals to E! News. The athlete is already a proud papa to two …

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The incredible shrinking Sharpton: How Rev. Al lost 175 pounds

There were 60 candles on the cake — but none of it in Al Sharpton’s stomach. Even at his own birthday party at the Four Seasons this month, surrounded by the governor, the mayor and Aretha Franklin, the Rev didn’t …

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