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Oprah Winfrey says she’s not using for boss — again

Forget about Oprah Winfrey using for President. She says no — again. The media noble reliable she has no plans of using for bureau in a live taping with “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda for her “Oprah SuperSoul Conversations” podcast at the Apollo Theater in New York City Wednesday. People repository …

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Author Octavia Butler’s legacy: Strong black women in sci-fi

The daughter of black servants, Octavia Butler done story in 1995 as the first scholarship novella author to ever be awarded a prestigious MacArthur Fellowship, mostly called the “genius grant.” The Pasadena native’s unconventional transport — oftentimes revisiting labour durations — enabled her to arise to good inflection in a …

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Statue left for ancestral wrongs

Over the years, few pedestrians walking along Central Park past Fifth Ave. at E. 103rd St. gave some-more than a flitting peek at the statue of James Marion Sims, a white 19th century doctor. Recently, however, the slab relic commemorating Sims brought a call of debate – and activists demanding …

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U.S.-led bloc kills estimated 100 pro-Assad troops in Syria

A U.S.-led bloc in Syria killed some-more than 100 troops associated with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Wednesday. The bloc launched air and artillery strikes in response to an “unprovoked attack” on insurgent warrior domicile in Khusham, Syria. U.S. troops were embedded with the Syrian Democratic Forces when approximately 500 …

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Ben Carson described the canon at a D.C. holiday party

For one night, Americans did something crazy and listened to Ben Carson. Some may select to plead what they’re looking brazen to doing with friends and family over the holidays, but not Ben Carson, the Washington Post reports. Speaking with Deana Bass, his behaving arch of staff, at a Capitol …

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