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Outrage Over Garner and Brown Cases Should Keep P...
The streets of Ferguson, Mo., New York City, and many other cities across the nation have been overflowing with protests for the past month in reaction to grand-jury decisions not to indict police...
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Federal Communications Commission
Pine Belt 360 gives books to third grade students
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) - Pine Belt 360, a local faith based organization, partnered with Scholastic Books to give back to the community. "We decided to give away books because literacy is king," said...
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What makes nonviolent movements explode and flour...
At Nation of Change, Mark Engler and Paul Engler writeWhat Makes Nonviolent Movements Explode? Selected excerpts: Why are some protests ignored and forgotten while others explode, dominating the news...
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Elliot: Beating reality
So, do we now believe that Ohio State has three better quarterbacks than Iowa's two? Well, does the Sun rise in the east? I wonder if, before next season, the Buckeyes would be willing to trade No. 3...
Read more at The Daily Iowan
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University of Iowa
It’s Computer Science Ed Week And It’s Time To Do...
It’s Computer Science Ed Week And It’s Time To Do Something
and Mattie Lawson discuss the benefits of the ‘Yes, We Code’ initiative. (Valerie Goodloe photo) Bijan Sabet, TECH...
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Four Lessons From The Media's Conflicted Coverage...
Now more than ever, America needs productive conversations about race, stereotyping, police, crime and social justice. And our national media continues to fall short. After many years of dissecting...
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Rush Limbaugh, Bobby Jindal on 'Fox News Sunday'
The Sunday morning guest list this weekend: Radio host Rush Limbaugh and Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-La., visit "Fox News Sunday" at 10 a.m. on WOFL-Channel 35. Fox News says it is Limbaugh's first...
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Seize the moment to reform our failed prison syst...
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are CNN contributors. A former speaker of the House, Gingrich was a candidate in the 2012 Republican presidential primaries. Jones is president and founder...
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Cosby challenged to meet accusers in court
Attorney Gloria Allred challenged comedian Bill Cosby, hounded by allegations of sexual assault, to meet his accusers in court or set aside $100 million to settle their claims. "The public deserves...
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Student plans ahead for future in computer progra...
A local student is getting a head start in the world of computer programming and coding after participating in a competition designed to involve young black males in STEM and coding. Andrew Kelly,...
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College of Southern Maryland
Charles Barkley doubles down on Ferguson comments
Charles Barkley says the reason police racially profile black people is because 'we have a lot of crooks' - a day after calling Ferguson rioters 'scumbags' The opinionated NBA great from Alabama...
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What Obama’s Ferguson sermon left out
Obama delivered a tepid, obligatory acknowledgement that "our police officers put their lives on the line for us every single day." But he sandwiched it between a finger-wagging admonition that cops...
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DVD reviews: Taking the lead
This week, we begin with a team: The Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Collection: Volume One Collection includes:My Friend Irma, My Friend Irma Goes West, That’s My Boy, Sailor Beware, Jumping Jacks, The...
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BRIK McDILL: The good, the bad and the ugly of Fe...
The bad. A subset disobeyed, but did so nondestructively. They shouted, waved fists in the air, cussed, blocked traffic, demeaned and obstructed authorities and the disturbed the orderly course of...
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The forgotten Americans
When President Obama promised to all but end the use of coal and to send electric rates soaring, would his own friends and associates be affected? What if a candidate from an Appalachian state had...
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Has Don Lemon perfected the art of making everyda...
The streets of Ferguson were calm Tuesday morning, aside from another round of angry verbal sparring between CNN’s Don Lemon and his favorite on-air punching bag,
. “In my estimation there’s...
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“Obviously, there’s a smell of marijuana in the a...
Footage of a journalist getting tear-gassed live on camera usually elicits sympathy, not jeers. But not when the journalist is CNN’s Don Lemon. His ham-fisted reporting from the Ferguson grand jury...
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CNN Was the Human Centipede of Journalism Last Ni...
Throughout Monday evening, CNN’s on-air talent—particularly Don Lemon, Chris Cuomo, and
—focused less on the grand jury’s decision, or the grievances of those demonstrating in Ferguson, and...
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Ferguson Burns Following Decision Not to Indict D...
Ferguson Burns Following Decision Not to Indict Darren Wilson Following the grand jury's decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, protests erupted across the...
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Cable news captures remarkable moments of split-s...
Viewers watching cable TV coverage out of Ferguson Monday night witnessed a remarkable split-screen moment. Just as President Obama was shown live from the White House saying that throwing bottles...
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