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Tamar Braxton quits 'Dancing With the Stars'

Braxton was initially thought to have pneumonia

Despite fighting through illness to perform on "Dancing With the Stars" on Monday night, Tamar Braxton has had to pull out of the competition. 11/11/2015 Caption: Reality and producer Tamar Braxton doesn't always like to follow directions from pro partner and season 20 champ Valentin Chmerkovskiy. Still, their chemistry and moves are putting them in contention. Credit: From ABC Source: From ABC Byline: From ABC

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Get it straight: The difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day

Memorial Day and Veterans Day often get confused

We are here to make sure you don't embarrass yourself.

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Source of E. coli outbreak linked to Chipotle still unknown

Chipotle locations taking steps to reopen

The cause of an E. coli outbreak linked to Chipotle restaurants in Washington and Oregon remains unknown, according to health officials from the Washington State Department of Health.

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Removing hijab, finding myself

At 15, I never thought I would put it on. And by 18, I never imagined taking it off.

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Ravens have decisions to make on Brent Urban and Dennis Pitta

One is a veteran that has contributed many times in the past. The other is a young player that is simply looking to contribute for the first time.

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University of Missouri campus protests: 'This is just a beginning'

School president resigned just days after football players demanded his ouster

This morning, students will head to classes as they have always done. The football team will take to the field to prep for their game against Brigham Young University next weekend.

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Laurence Hurst Art Exhibition opens at James E. Lewis Museum of Art

Baltimore Artist’s works have been compared to Picasso, Chagall and Matisse

The James E. Lewis Museum of Art is pleased to present an exhibition entitled “Promenades & Reveries: The Art of Laurence Hurst” featuring works by renowned artist Laurence Hurst, a Baltimore artist whose career spans four decades until December 8, 2015.

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BGE reminds customers about importance of natural gas safety

Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) would like to remind customers to familiarize themselves with natural gas safety tips by reviewing BGE’s natural gas safety brochure being distributed to homes and businesses in and around BGE’s natural gas service area.

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Movie Review: Suffragette

In the U.S., we revere Susan B. Anthony’s groundbreaking efforts for leading the fight for a woman’s right to vote in the late 1800s. In England, Emmeline Pankhurst, a feminist who used demonstrations, civil disobedience and violence to property for publicity and agitation, spearheaded their cause.

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Remembering our veterans

The men and women who defend the liberties and freedoms of the countries they represent hold a special place in people’s hearts and an eternal spot in their countries’ histories.

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Why race is hard to erase from jury selection

I have a confession.

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Starbucks' plain red holiday cups stir up controversy

This year's holiday season red cups at Starbucks have stirred up critics who accuse the company of waging a war on Christmas.

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Police searching for 2-year-old carjacking victim

Baltimore police are searching for a 2-year-old boy kidnapped during a carjacking Friday morning in West Baltimore.

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Lilly Endowment funds Black Minds Matter

The Lilly Endowment practices what it preaches and exhibits outstanding corporate social responsibility.

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Seniors return to BCCC Dental Hygiene Clinic for free preventive care

The annual push to provide free preventive dental health services to area seniors 62 and over made for a busy week at the Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) Dental Hygiene Clinic. Between October 19 and 23, 2015, the clinic handled 34 appointment slots for a total dispensation— using the average insurance reimbursement rate in the city of Baltimore— of approximately $13,352 worth of patient services, or $392 per person registered.

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RAMBLING ROSE: Celebrations of life and gospel

This weekend is all about celebrations of life and gospel!

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Separate and impoverished

Senator Bernie Sanders, the Democratic candidate for president, shocked people when he noted that 51 percent of African-Americans aged 17 through 20 who have graduated high school or dropped out of high school are unemployed.

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First ever Maryland S.T.E.M. Festival at the Pratt Library

The Enoch Pratt Free Library is part of the first ever Maryland STEM Festival beginning this Friday, November 6 to Sunday, November 15, 2015.

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Important: Review your Medicare options, now!

For many people, fall means pumpkin-flavored lattes, hayrides and apple orchards. However for the 46 million Americans over 65, there is another important annual event—Medicare Open Enrollment Period, which is October 15 to December 7.

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BCCC creates taskforce to examine issues underlying recent uprising

In an effort to help the local community, Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) President and CEO Gordon F. May, Ph.D., is creating a task force comprised of students, faculty, staff, and members of the community to examine some of the underlying societal issues contributing to last spring's uprising in the city.

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