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June 7, 2014

WATCH: California Chrome’s Owner Does Not Show Good Sportsmanship After Loss

The interview after Saturday’s Belmont Stakes conducted by NBC’s Kenny Rice with California Chrome’s co-owner, Steve Coburn, will go down with Richard Sherman’s outburst on FOX after the NFC Championship Game. Here’s the blow by blow: Transcribed off TV interview... Continue Reading →

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Former President of the National Organization for Women, Karen DeCrow, Dies at 76

Karen DeCrow, who was president of the National Organization for Women during the 1970s, a turbulent period in which she helped lead campaigns for passage of the Equal Rights Amendment and against sex discrimination in education and sports, died on Friday at... Continue Reading →

Navy Base in Virginia Locked Down After Stabbing

The Navy says it has put a Virginia base on lockdown following a stabbing. The stabbing occurred Friday at Naval Support Activity Portsmouth Annex, which is home to Naval Medical Center Portsmouth. Social media posts by Navy Region Mid-Atlantic say... Continue Reading →

Powerful New Biography says Jackie O Was Getting Ready to Divorce JFK Before Assassination

Jacqueline Kennedy was poised to be the first sitting First Lady to divorce a president when he was assassinated, a new book claims. Fed up with John F. Kennedy’s blatant philandering, she saw no other way out but to dump... Continue Reading →

$10 Million Yacht Goes Down on First Voyage

A $10 million, 90-foot yacht was being launched in Washington state when it suddenly capsized. The yacht, named Baden (pictured), had already been lowered into the water in Anacortes, Wash., when it slowly tilted and then sank, according to media reports.... Continue Reading →

If Immigration Advocates Want to Help President Obama Enact Reforms, Keli Goff says They Would Be Wise Not to Push for Relief for Immigrants Who Commit Crimes

When history looks back on President Barack Obama’s most significant accomplishments, championing the Affordable Care Act and signing it into law will be at the top of that list. His efforts to resolve America’s immigration crisis should belong on that... Continue Reading →

James McNair Killed in Car Crash Involving Actor Tracy Morgan

Comedian James McNair, best-known by his stage name, Jimmy Mack, has died following the New Jersey bus crash that also injured actor Tracy Morgan and others. McNair was 63.  According to the Associated Press, authorities pronounced McNair dead at the scene... Continue Reading →

In a Q&A with The Root, Rep James Clyburn Talks About Racial Progress and Shares Stories from his Memoir, ‘Blessed Experiences: Genuinely Southern, Proudly Black’

There is victory in perseverance. It is the fable about the tortoise’s slow pace being just the pace he needs. It is the religious doctrine that heralds, what comes doesn’t always come when you want it but when you need... Continue Reading →

Joel Osteen, Mormon Senator Among Other US Leaders to Meet With the Pope – Uh oh! Here Comes the One World Church; Get Ready to Get Raptured Out of Here, You Saved Ones

A small group of political and religious leaders from the United States, including Sen. Mike Lee of Utah, met privately with Pope Francis at the Vatican today. Part of a multiday, unofficial visit to Italy to promote ecumenical prayer and... Continue Reading →

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