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Omaha “Thug Cycle” Toddler Placed in Protective Custody
A Black toddler has been taken into protective custody by Omaha police after a video emerged of his...


Mother of Toddler Cursing in Video: "Every Kid Does It"
Kierra Johnson, the mother of a toddler who is shown cursing in a viral video, said that "every kid...


Obama Wins Nebraska – Finally
Posted Nov. 12, 2008 – The latest Election Day contest to be decided delivered one of the small pri...


Slavery Apology Won't Happen In Nebraska
Posted April 18, 2008 – Remember BET.com told you earlier this month about a squabble that Nebraska...


This Day in Black History: Nov. 24, 1956
Songwriter/producer Terry Lewis was born in Omaha, Nebraska, on Nov. 24, 1956....


This Day in Black History: Oct. 29, 1972
Actress Gabrielle Union was born in Omaha, Nebraska, on Oct. 29, 1972...


Neb. Abortion Restrictions Based on Fetal PainNeb. Abortion Restrictions Based on Fetal Pain
Neb. Abortion Restrictions Based on Fetal PainNeb. Abortion Restrictions Based on Fetal Pain...


Neb. shooting suspect was Sudanese war refugee
The 26-year-old man who authorities say shot three co-workers at a Nebraska cold-storage plant befo...


Abortion Rights Foes Look to New Law
Citing the passage of a new law that prohibits late term abortions, anti-abortion activists hoping ...


Wave of Anti-Abortion Bills Advance in the States
Dozens of bills are advancing through statehouses nationwide that would put an array of new obstacl...


This Day in Black History: May 19, 1925
Religious leader and human rights activist Malcolm X was born Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska....


This Day in Black History: Feb. 21, 1965
Human rights activist Malcolm X was assassinated on Feb. 21, 1965....


Lady Gaga Engaged to Chicago Fire Star Taylor Kinney
Singer posts pic of a heart-shaped ring from her "You & I" co-star....


This Day in Black History: Dec. 14, 1972
University of Nebraska football player Johnny Rodgers awarded Heisman Trophy....


Commentary: Pass the Pipe(line)
Obama turns his back on new jobs the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline would create....


Attorney Gen. Holder Urges Restoring Voting Rights to Ex-Inmates
Attorney General Eric Holder says people who've paid their dues should not be disenfranchised....


Under Pressure, Hagel Steps Down as Pentagon Chief
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is the first senior adviser to leave the administration since the mid...


The Black-White Life Expectancy Gap
While the national life expectancy gap is narrowing, whites still live longer than Blacks in every ...


Lower-Income Families Are Not Getting Proper Nutrition
Study says that 70 percent of families are deficient in vitamins A and C, protein, calcium and iron...


Saycon Sengbloh on Tupac Musical Closing: 'Perhaps They Weren’t Ready For It'
The female lead of Holler If Ya Hear Me talks race and Broadway....

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