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Credibility of Pulitzer Prize takes a hit by awarding ProPublica's liberal bias

By Drew Johnson

After busting the New York Police Department for abusing a decades-old eviction law, nonprofit news organization...

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7, 2017
7/26/2017
The amazing wonder of A.G.E.

Dr. James L. Snyder

I have just celebrated my recent birthday. By now, it is getting to be old business for me. Just another day of the...

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7, 2017
7/26/2017
Keep working and never ever give up!

By Marian Wright Edelman

What a week it’s been. It’s hard to conceive that despite opposition from hundreds of organizations...

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7, 2017
7/26/2017
Gang member charged in officer involved shooting

By Cat Keniston

A reputed gang member who allegedly opened fire at SWAT officers during a search in South Los Angeles, shooting one...

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7, 2017
7/26/2017
'Let 1994 go': Simpson case's racial symbolism now a relic

By Errin Haines Whack

Justin Zimmerman was a 7-year-old black boy in Moreno Valley, California, when O.J. Simpson was on trial for...

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7, 2017
7/26/2017
Pharrell Williams' foundation working with CUSD students

From One Hand To AnOTHER Foundation - a project created by singer/songwriter Pharrell Williams - is keeping a group of CUSD students busy this...

Civil rights icon leads march through California Comic-Con
7/26/2017

By Sandy Cohen

Civil rights leader John Lewis led a march through Comic-Con on Saturday.

About 1,000 people joined the Georgia...

NAACP to embark on listening tour to plan its future
7/26/2017

By Jesse J. Holland

The NAACP announced on Saturday it would embark on a nationwide listening tour to talk to its local members and help...

Mostly-female jury exonerates Hall-of-Famer Payton of battery charges
7/26/2017

By Bill Hetherman

A mostly female jury Tuesday exonerated Basketball Hall of Fame guard Gary Payton of allegations that he twice...

Gang member charged in officer involved shooting
7/26/2017

By Cat Keniston

A reputed gang member who allegedly opened fire at SWAT officers during a search in South Los Angeles, shooting one...

'Let 1994 go': Simpson case's racial symbolism now a relic
7/26/2017

By Errin Haines Whack

Justin Zimmerman was a 7-year-old black boy in Moreno Valley, California, when O.J. Simpson was on trial for...

Pharrell Williams' foundation working with CUSD students
7/26/2017

From One Hand To AnOTHER Foundation - a project created by singer/songwriter Pharrell Williams - is keeping a group of CUSD students busy this...

Without repeal, Medicaid expansion wastes money on able-bodied, working-age adults at expense of seniors
7/26/2017

By Natalia Castro

The Obamacare replacement bill is dead, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has now presented a partial repeal...

Making America safe again
7/26/2017

By Natalia Castro

National security has been a major concern for the Trump Administration, but ultimately the FY 2018 budget will...

International medical graduates fill need for U.S. hospitals
7/26/2017

By Fred M. Jacobs

Medical schools outside the United States have become critical to our nation's healthcare system. One-quarter of...

Credibility of Pulitzer Prize takes a hit by awarding ProPublica's liberal bias
7/26/2017

By Drew Johnson

After busting the New York Police Department for abusing a decades-old eviction law, nonprofit news organization...

The amazing wonder of A.G.E.
7/26/2017

Dr. James L. Snyder

I have just celebrated my recent birthday. By now, it is getting to be old business for me. Just another day of the...

Keep working and never ever give up!
7/26/2017

By Marian Wright Edelman

What a week it’s been. It’s hard to conceive that despite opposition from hundreds of organizations...

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