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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 sons, Bryce Maximus James and LeBron James Jr., and most recently went on a […]

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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 take a bite of the sugary treat. It’s not simply that he hasn’t had any […]

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Activists Continue Push For Reparations For Victims Of Chicago Police Torture

Almost a month after a former Chicago police commander who oversaw the torture of more than 100 black men was released from prison after serving less than four years, activists are still fighting for victims to receive reparations for their suffering. On Friday, activists used the Twitter hashtag #RahmRepNow to express their support for a […]

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Lupita Nyong’o Is Against Turning 12 Years a Slave Site Into Baseball Stadium

“Twelve Years a Slave” actress Lupita Nyong’o is lending her star power to the opposition to a minor league baseball stadium in what was once the center of Richmond’s thriving slave-trading center. Nyong’o has been posting anti-stadium opinions on social media to her millions of followers, and has personally appealed to Mayor Dwight C. Jones […]

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‘Golden-voice’ man Ted Williams still finding his way, says his future will be ‘brighter’

Ted Williams, the man rescued from homelessness by his golden voice, knows his past is never far behind him but he’s determined to take advantage of the newest chances that continue to fall at his feet. “My future is on its way to a bigger and brighter note,” Williams told NBC’s Kevin Tibbles, noting that […]

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Brooklyn prosecutor emerges as a top candidate to lead U.S. Justice Department

Loretta Lynch, the head federal prosecutor in Brooklyn, is emerging as a leading candidate to replace U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, according to people familiar with the matter, after another top contender withdrew her name from the running last week. Lynch, Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, and Labor Secretary Thomas Perez are among those being considered, […]

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Nurse Amber Vinson Ebola-free, discharged from hospital

A second Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola is being released Tuesday from an Atlanta hospital and is free of the virus, according to Emory University Hospital’s Dr. Bruce Ribner. The nurse, Amber Vinson, was diagnosed with Ebola about two weeks ago. Dressed in a gray suit, Vinson stood at a podium and briefly spoke at […]

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Drug case dropped when Officer Darren Wilson fails to show

A judge dismissed a pending felony drug case in court Monday after Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson — the central figure in that city’s shooting controversy — failed to show up in court. It was the sixth low-level drug case connected to Wilson to be dropped in recent weeks, according to information from Ed Magee, […]

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Warrant issued for Columbus Short’s arrest

Columbus Short has probably had the greatest fall from grace of any celebrity in the world this year.  He was once a co-star on the hottest television show in the country, and now his very public decline has left some wondering if he has drug or mental problems. Short recently had a warrant issued for […]

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Graphic Video Released In 2012 Police Shooting Of Michigan Man Milton Hall

When police in Michigan killed a mentally ill man in a hail of bullets two years ago, it prompted a local outcry and a federal investigation. A video released Monday offers a disturbingly clear look at the shooting. The video, captured by a police car dashboard camera, appears to show six police officers gunning down […]

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