Americans are suffering in Louisiana. They are in utter chaos and devastation due to the flooding that has destroyed their homes and way of life. Obama finished his game of
The house found in a historic Maryland African American community showcases the new life ex-slaves were creating for themselves.
Ms. Thomas, who won the National Book Award, drew on her childhood to create resilient African American characters.
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It started at 6:21 a.m. when Marc Behaegel's 1954 Siata 208S Motto Spyder roared to life and didn't end until nearly 8 a.m. when Joan and Bernard Carl's 1970 American Motors AMX/3 Coupe crossed the line. Exactly 185 other cars had passed. Each year, dozens—not hundreds—of people brave a damp Northern California summer's dawn and greet...
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Nobody better to promote the American dream than Kanye West, apparently?! The rapper and designer is hosting 21 pop-up stores for his The Life of Pablo collection this weekend, and at his El Lay story on Saturday, one lucky Yeezy fan got the opportunity of a LIFETIME! Related: Kim Steals Clothes From Kanye On The Regular! Yeezus was [...]
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The American, two shots back of Inbee Park, dreams of being on the medal stand.
Just as he did earlier this week, he said that Hillary Clinton's policies make life worse for black people.
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