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Sunken Place Demon Candace Owens Calls ‘Antifa’ The New KKK

Candace Owens’ distorted conservative opinions reared their ugly heads on Monday after the Black Republican with extreme political and social views was confronted in Philadelphia.

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Georgetown Students Vote In Favor of $27 Fee for Slavery Reparations

Georgetown University could become the first college in the nation to mandate a fee to benefit descendants of slaves sold by the university nearly 200 years ago -- a debate that takes place against the backdrop of a broader political conversation unfolding on the 2020 presidential campaign trail about reparations.

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New METRO HOV/HOT Ramp to Open Near NASA Road 1

TXDOT's opening of a new HOV/HOT Express Lane entrance ramp will create faster, more convenient and reliable service for Gulf Freeway commuters starting next week.

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Houston’s First CBD-Obsessed Coffee Shop Will Of Course Open On 4/20

The Smoking Pot, a new coffee shop serving up CBD-infused beverages, is set to open this week in Spring Branch. The new shop at 8510 Longpoint Road announced on Instagram that it will open its doors on — of course — April 20, also known as “international weed day.”

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A Mexican Media Giant Wants ‘R’ Texas Stations

In February 2017, a husband and wife who are not U.S. citizens but have been living in Alaska since 2006 became the first foreigners to obtain FCC approval for 100% ownership of an AM or FM radio station.

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Trump’s 2020 Budget Is a Recipe for Disaster for Black Businesses

Small black-owned businesses, among the nation’s most rapidly growing firms in recent years, could be hindered by President Trump’s budget cuts, entrepreneur advocates say.

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Critical Role of Hispanics in U.S. Economic Growth

The Hispanic Wealth Project® (HWP), in collaboration with the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals® (NAHREP), today released the annual 2019State of Hispanic Wealth Report, confirming trends that underscore the critical role of Hispanics in the economic growth of the United States.

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Intersection of Crenshaw and Slauson in South L.A. to Be Named Ermias “Nipsey Hussle” Asghedom Square

According to Ashley K. Thomas, Communications Director for South Los Angeles City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Harris-Dawson just announced that the intersection of Crenshaw Boulevard and West Slauson Avenue would be named in honor of one of its own, Ermias “Nipsey Hussle” Asghedom.

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What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Too Much Seafood

Eating seafood that has been tainted with mercury is one of the most common ways humans accumulate mercury in their bodies. The mercury in seafood is a highly poisonous form of the metal called methylmercury, which forms when mercury dissolves into the water.

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Wilson Sticks With Seahawks, Becomes Highest Paid Player

Russell Wilson is sticking around with the Seattle Seahawks as the highest paid player in the NFL. Wilson posted a video on social media early Tuesday saying, “Seattle, we got a deal,” shortly after agreeing to a $140 million, four-year extension with the Seahawks, his agent Mark Rodgers told The Associated Press.

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