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The loss of a peer inspires Julianne Malveaux to make a 2019 resolution

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While federal workers eventually get paid, when it comes to contract employees, there is no guarantee that they will see a dime

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Portland's chapter of the N.A.A.C.P. comments on the recent incident at the DoubleTree Hotel at Lloyd Center

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State education chiefs and educators on the front lines have a real chance to make a difference for Black students, but do they have the courage?

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Just one day into a five-year term of office, Kraninger told reporters she would continue the business-friendly work begun by Mulvaney

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Battling cancer, Rojas and his wife have put their home up for sale to pay for medical expenses

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If holiday lists seem bigger than budgets, turning to a high-interest, “small dollar” loan can turn joy into a financial quagmire

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Dr. Jasmine on how to make new memories with your pet this holiday season

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Of the more than 330,000 U.S. students studying abroad, only 6.1 percent are African American and 10 percent are Latino

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Once upon a time the CBC was one of the most significant so-called mainstream players in the realm of US foreign policy

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