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Chic Looks for Spring Crafts

Elegant and feminine with a focus on butterflies and soft pastels, the hottest look for spring is cottage chic.

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PRINCE returns to twitter with verified account: @PRINCE3EG

PRINCE & 3RDEYEGIRL-Share EXCLUSIVE LIVE concert recording from Paisley Park

EPIC ‘DANCE RALLY 4 PEACE’ performance now on SOUNDCLOUD for a limited time

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My Brother's Keeper enters a new phase

While political pundits rush ahead to the 2016 presidential election, President Barack Obama is rallying private-sector, philanthropic and community leaders to launch an independent non-profit to ensure that the My Brother's Keeper (MBK) Initiative lives past his second term in office.

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Morgan State University announce endowed lectureship in business ethics

Supported by generous gift from NFL Hall of Famer Willie E. Lanier, Sr.

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Marilyn Mosby is the latest example of why Black lawyers matter

In response to last year’s killing of Michael Brown, La June Montgomery Tabron, who heads one of the nation’s largest philanthropies, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, issued a statement in which she astutely noted that deaths like Brown’s “demonstrate that the law-enforcement and justice systems in our nation are broken.”

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Will.i.am tells kids: Dream of being Steve Jobs, not me

Grammy-award winning artist will.i.am wants to inspire inner city youth to pursue careers in science and technology, not MTV and the NBA

Will.i.am is on a mission to inspire inner city youth to embrace science and technology.

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Quitting smoking relies on stronger brain networks

The same regions of the brain involved in reward and behavior control could affect smoking and alcoholism

Anyone who has tried to quit smoking knows the mind games required to resist cravings and tolerate withdrawal headaches and lethargy. A new study suggests that some hopeful quitters are just more mentally equipped to handle the challenge than others.

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Help college-age children manage their finances better

Unfortunately, one of the most expensive times in one’s life, is when he or she tend to be the least financially savvy -- college.

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Gwynn Park’s Kyle Arrington returns home, signs with Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens agreed to a three year contract with local product Kyle Arrington

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Is your nail salon abusing workers?

Louis: Labor unions are faster, effective approach to problems of low-wage workers

A blockbuster investigation in The New York Times has exposed the harrowing, illegal conditions prevalent in nail salons in and around New York City -- including cases of illegal stealing of tips, failure to pay overtime or minimum wage and forced exposure to toxic fumes and chemicals.

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Heavyweights collide as UFC returns to San Diego on July 15th

The heavy hitters meet at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego on Wednesday, July 15, the promotion’s first visit to San Diego since August 2010

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Van Horn and Smith named to College Sports Madness All-MEAC team

Van Horn earned CSM first team honors for the second straight season. Smith was named to the second team as a second baseman. Each player was named to the All-MEAC first-team last week.

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Tiger Woods: Golf star sends heartfelt letter to boy with stutter

Tiger Woods may have been in the media spotlight for all the wrong reasons recently, but an act of kindness by the beleaguered golf star has attracted global attention.

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House committee passes bill that cuts Amtrak funding after crash

A House panel approved a measure Wednesday that cuts funding for Amtrak, less than a day after a train derailment left at least six people dead and many more injured.

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Howard University honors gospel star Earnest Pugh with Alumni Award

Pugh says Alumni Award mans more to him than a Grammy

The Howard University School of Divinity Alumni Association honored Gospel Star Earnest Pugh (best known for the #1 gospel radio hits “I Need Your Glory” and “Rain On Us”) alongside five other distinguished alumni at a lavish banquet ceremony this past Sunday at Howard University’s Blackburn Center.

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Restock your kids’ bookshelves for summer

With summer vacation on the horizon, restocking the home book collection just makes sense for children who will be out of school, but still looking for great reads.”

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Clutch Hits Elusive in 6-4 Loss

Yastrzemski, Davis and Schoop Each with Three-Hit Nights

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Salad season is here

Serve it as a meatless main dish, or to accompany grilling favorites like chicken or pork.

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UVA to probe genetic causes of Schizophrenia

Project backed by $11 million grant from National Institute of Mental Health

Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine will seek to identify the genetic causes of schizophrenia as part of a major project funded by the National Institute of Mental Health to better understand how genetic variation in brain cells affects human health and disease.

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'Absolute, disastrous mess': 6 dead, 150 injured after Amtrak train derails

Train stopped in Baltimore Tuesday before derailing

Fighting to save lives. Mourning the dead. And figuring out why this came to be -- how an Amtrak train could suddenly derail, sending its cars and passengers flying.

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