22 Nov

Charges Dismissed Against 15 Black Men Framed

All of them were convicted in 2003 to 2008 for drug crimes that they say that local police framed them for. ...

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27 Nov

Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison Honored by Princeton University

Morrison – who in 1993 became the first African American to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature – is the Emeritus Robert F. Goheen Professor in the Humanities at the university. The building dedication took place after Morrison’s keynote address...

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27 Nov

John Conyers Gives Up Judiciary Post

John Conyers again denied the accusations, but said he was stepping down to clear his name. ...

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28 Nov

What Happened To $6 Million Raised To Fight The Ebola Virus

An internal investigation at the Red Cross revealed that nearly $6 million in funds that were allocated to fight the Ebola crisis were stolen and wasted by corrupt employees at the organization and other culprits, NBC News reported. ...

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