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Meechie – Why does this keep happening?!

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Jay-Z defends deal with store accused of profiling

NEW YORK (AP) – Jay-Z – under pressure to drop a collaboration with luxury store Barneys New York after it was accused of racially profiling two black customers – said Saturday he's being unfairly “demonized'' for waiting to hear all of the facts. The rap mogul made his first statement about the controversy in a posting on his website. He has been criticized for remaining silent after two young black people ...

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The Buckeyes should focus on winning, not BCS Poll

The three teams that remain ahead of Ohio State in the Bowl Championship Series Standings include Alabama, Florida State and Oregon and each is scheduled to be tested before the regular season ends. ...

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Obamacare

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NAACP President attacks voter-suppression laws

The president of the NAACP says laws that aim to undermine the coalition that helped elect President Barack Obama are the No. 1 issue facing Americans. ...

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‘e-Community’ to connect residents with Council

In a continuing effort to better engage and inform the residents of Columbus, City Council President Pro Tem A. Troy Miller is pleased to announce the latest addition to his e-Council initiative, e-Community. ...

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A retrospective of African Americans in the U.S. Military

Veteran’s Day Weekend, November 9 – 10, St. Paul AME Church will present a seminar, “African Americans in the U.S. Military, French and Indian War – Vietnam.” ...

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20,000 lbs.

On Saturday, October 26 over 20,000 pounds of fresh produce was given away at the monthly Food Bank event hosted by Faith Ministries Church on Agler Road. ...

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Kasich on the hot seat over Ormet job loss

What was once the largest private employer in its region is now Ohio's largest industrial layoff ...

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Many Blacks will remain uninsured

Even if healthcare.gov, the web portal for the federal health insurance exchange, worked perfectly, more than 5 million poor, uninsured adults, many of them Black, will continue to go without coverage ...

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