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05 Dec, 2017

Wisconsin’s Governor Renews Effort To Drug Test Welfare Recipients

05 Dec, 2017

Wisconsin’s Republican Gov. Scott Walker has submitted a plan to the state legislature that would require drug testing for food stamp recipients—supposedly to encourage able-bodied adults to work—even though there are question about whether the program is legal under federal law, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. SEE ALSO:  West...

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05 Dec, 2017

Police Union Chief Under Fire For Disrespectful Remarks About Black Female Superior

05 Dec, 2017

Cincinnati Fraternal Order of Police President Dan Hils apologized on Monday after Black civil rights groups complained that he used the term “urban ghetto” to disparage a community and for undermining his Black female superior officer, The Cincinnati Enquirer reported. “Hils actions are deplorable and display his contempt towards...

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05 Dec, 2017

Who Will Replace John Conyers In Congress? Retirement Prompts Competing Family Campaigns

05 Dec, 2017

John Conyers endorsed his namesake son to succeed him in Congress, but the retiring lawmaker’s grand-nephew seems to have other plans. Michigan State Sen. Ian Conyers, who told the New York Times that he planned to run for the seat, tweeted minutes after the congressman’s announcement that “all candidates”...

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05 Dec, 2017

Rev. William Barber Moves Forward With Revolutionary Poor People’s Campaign

05 Dec, 2017

As activists push forward with waging war on the criminalization of poverty, Rev. William Barber is leading the charge with the re-imagined Poor People’s Campaign. Barber, along with other moral leaders, are taking a page from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.‘s playbook. King’s monumental campaign for poor people, announced in December 1967,...

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05 Dec, 2017

NEWS ROUNDUP: Roy Moore Drama Won’t Stop Trump; Asahd Khaled Magazine Debut; House Of Cards Returning

05 Dec, 2017

BIG LIES The Republican National Committee will still support Roy Moore amid sexual misconduct allegations, sources said to The Hill. The decision comes after the RNC had initially pulled away from the Alabama Senate candidate. President Trump may have something to do with the RNC’s decision. Trump is said to have...

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05 Dec, 2017

High School Students Demand Action Over Social Media Threat To ‘Sting A N***er Up’

05 Dec, 2017

Black students at Haywood High School in Brownsville, Tennessee walked out of class on Monday to protest a racist threat to “string a n***er up,” which was posted on social media allegedly from members of the school’s baseball team, WREG-TV reported. “Today we all come together to fight against...

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05 Dec, 2017

Oprah Sells Majority Stake Of Her Network

05 Dec, 2017

Discovery Communications now has a majority stake in Oprah Winfrey’s network, OWN, paying $70 million to increase its interest in the company to nearly 75 percent, the Los Angeles Times reported. “This transaction allows Discovery and Oprah to unlock more value from our partnership, extends once more her commitment to...

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05 Dec, 2017

Embattled Conyers Making Retirement Plans

05 Dec, 2017

Michigan’s Democratic Rep. John Conyers will announce Tuesday on a local radio show that he will not seek re-election, amid calls from some leaders of his own party for him to resign over multiple sexual harassment allegations, The New York Times reported. READ MORE: Embattled Rep. John Conyers Hospitalized...

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05 Dec, 2017

How Will Black Voters React To Roy Moore’s Visit To Their Church?

05 Dec, 2017

Alabama’s Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Roy Moore, who was a leading voice in the anti-Obama birther movement, made a campaign stop on Sunday at a predominantly Black church in Birmingham, where he worshipped with the congregation for the entire service, WBRC-TV reported. READ MORE: Roy Moore’s Child Molester...

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05 Dec, 2017

Atlanta Mayor’s Will Decide Who Wins The Election To Replace Him, Whether He Wants To Or Not

05 Dec, 2017

Political elections are typically glorified popularity contests, but they’re usually about how likable the candidates are, not the incumbent. Tuesday’s runoff election for mayor of Atlanta, however, isn’t typical at all, with the winner’s fate likely hinging more on how voters feel about current Mayor Kasim Reed than hopefuls...

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