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Why Rand Paul is wrong for America

On civil rights, women's choice, voting rights, immigrant DREAMers, education, he has shown he'd take country backwards, she says

Georgia Davis Powers has served as a civil rights organizer, political activist, and elected official. In 1967 she was elected as the first woman and person of color to serve in the Kentucky State Senate. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.

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Heavy Seas Beer Presents 1st Annual Island Jam Music Festival

For more information on purchasing tickets for Heavy Seas Island Jam, visit www.hsislandjam.com or call 800-830-3976.

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Change is coming to Ferguson

Change is coming to Ferguson. In the next few weeks the Department of Justice (DOJ) will begin to negotiate in earnest with the city to restructure the police department, which the department has charged with engaging in a pattern and practice of racial discrimination.

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Blues legend B.B. King hospitalized

Blues legend B.B. King was hospitalized for dehydration, though the ailment didn't keep him out for long.

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South Carolina policeman charged with murder after video of shooting emerges

A video appears to show the white officer shooting an unarmed black man as he ran away

A South Carolina officer has been charged with murder after a video surfaced that appears to show him shooting an unarmed man who was running away.

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2015 NFL Draft Spotlight: Missouri OLB/DE Markus Golden

Golden is one of those defensive guys that plays the game with attitude. He is an intense competitor that shows a high motor on every snap.

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Broadway Fitness

Bored with your workout? Holly Firfer takes you to an exercise class like no other.

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Aaron Hernandez's fate now in the hands of jury

Aaron Hernandez's fate now in the hands of jury

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MARC Increases Weekend Service to National Cherry Blossom Festival

Extra Saturday Train With New Bike Car Added to Meet Demand

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The Postal Service's Maya Angelou mistake!

James Taylor back in the studio, "American Pie" lyrics sell for $1.2M, and the Maya Angelou stamp mistake!

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Why your commute is bad for you

The farther you commute the more likely you are to be overweight

The average American commute to work lasts 25 minutes, according to U.S. Census data, but many workers travel far above and beyond that number.

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Michelle Obama's Let's Move turns 5; Is it working?

Chocolate bunnies and jelly beans generally render the Easter holiday a high-calorie event.

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Guatemalans deliberately infected with STDs sue Johns Hopkins

A similar lawsuit filed against the U.S. government was dismissed

Remember the Tuskegee syphilis experiment from the 1930s?

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April is Financial Literacy Month: Get Wise about Buying or Leasing a Vehicle

Mike Kane, vice president of Consumer Credit Operations at Ally Financial, is offering some tips to help you make a smart decision

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Get Ready for AACC’s 4th Annual Truck Pull April 23

Prizes are awarded in the student category for the first- and second-place finishers with the fastest times.

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Kentucky player apologizes to Wisconsin star for racial slur

Andrew Harrison, who is black, tweets that he apologized to Frank Kaminsky, who is white

A University of Kentucky basketball player is apologizing for the "poor choice of words" he muttered under his breath following the team's stunning loss to Wisconsin on Saturday.

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2015 NFL Draft Spotlight: Minnesota TE Maxx Williams

Williams is more than capable of filling that role. Large portions (82%) of his catches were for either first downs or touchdowns. When he gets the ball in his hands, he makes it count.

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Where are the good jobs?

Rick McGahey: We won't see higher wages without two important policy changes

The American economy has added an average of 261,000 jobs every month for the past 12 months, with March's jobs report showing a slowdown to 126,000 jobs. Average hourly wages bumped up 7 cents in March, but have only grown by 2.1% in the last 12 months, a meager 52 cents per hour.

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Time for employers to sign up for AACC’s Spring Job Fair

Job Fair usually draws 750 jobseekers

Employers planning to hire workers this spring or summer should sign up now to have a booth at Anne Arundel Community College’s Spring Job Fair from noon to 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 16, 2015 in the David S. Jenkins Gymnasium on AACC’s Arnold campus.

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2015 NFL Draft Spotlight: Washington CB Marcus Peters

There was some push-back about Peters because of his 4.51 time at the Combine but one thing to note is that his 20 yard shuttle was 4.08 which is a strong indicator of his lateral quickness.

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