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A federal jury was impaneled Tuesday, to decide multiple charges against the R&B singer. Prosecutors and defense attorneys argued toward the end about whether the government was improperly attempting to keep some Blacks off the jury.

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Sentencing Project researchers pointed to when after the Cook County jail in Illinois was turned into a polling location, approximately 2,200 people were able to cast their ballot.

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While segregation was still casting its ugly shadow over the U.S., the Homer G. Phillips Hospital was providing top-notch medical care to African Americans and training some of the world's best Black doctors and nurses.

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The Food and Drug Administration said the new regulation cuts red tape by creating a new class of hearing aids that don't require a medical exam, a prescription and other specialty evaluations.

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Americans now believe in climate change, but they are less convinced that it will affect them or that their choices can make a difference than they were in 2019. Only about half say their actions have an effect on climate change, compared with two-thirds in 2019

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The FBI recovered “top secret” and even more sensitive documents from former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, according to court papers released Friday, including some of the nation's most important secrets that if revealed publicly could cause “exceptionally grave” damage to U.S. interests

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Together, Howard University and Jordan Brand aim to continue uplifting Black students and amplifying the influence of HBCUs on a collegiate sports level while also continuing the impact on culture globally. 

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Because Indianapolis experiences many of the same gun violence issues that Portland and other medium and large cities face, experts believe what’s learned here can apply in many other places.

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This is what Black brotherhood is all about!

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College students say their mental health is their top concern as the fall semester begins – even more so than their academics, inflation or mass shootings.

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