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Barbara Reynold’s Coretta Scott King Memoir Is a Must-Read

Reynold’s memoir shows Coretta Scott King as a leader in her own right, as a dedicated pacifist, as a persistent adherent to...

Share Your Story: Why I'm Speaking Up on Obamacare

The Center for American Progress is collecting testimonials from Americans who have benefited from Obamacare. Take a minute to share...

Neonatal Mortality: The Quiet Crisis of the African-American Community

It will take all of us, working together, to ensure African-American babies born in America have every opportunity to thrive ...

Lawmakers, Lobbyists Attack Consumer Protection Agency

While CFPB opponents and supporters continue to air their differences, Charlene Crowell says that Director Cordray and his staff are...

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Inside a star-packed Governor's Ball in Los Angeles, Oscar winners Colin Firth, Natalie Portman and Christian Bale get their Academy Awards engraved and party with Jeff Bridges, Mark Wahlberg, Annette Benning and Geoffrey Rush, to name a few.

The Skanner News Video: The After Ball

Despite being one of the most used exclamations in the English language, the use of the so-called "F-word" still gets people riled up when it's on television. Best Supporting Actress Winner Melissa Leo, in her awe of a first-time nomination and win, did just that when realizing just how many people were seated at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood.

The Skanner News Video:Dropping the F-Bomb

With so many actors and actresses filing into the Academy Awards, it's easy to miss some. Watch this video for a The Skanner News Video: The Red Carpet Time Lapse

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