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SOUL TRAIN AWARDS
LOVE & HAPPINESS, AN OBAMA CELEBRATION
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Senate crafts legislation to extend expired unemployment benefits.
American leaders eulogize South African President Nelson Mandela.
Black Republican Charles Lollar has formally launched a Maryland gubernatorial campaign with a push for lower taxes and more jobs.
The Congressional Black Caucus expresses disappointment after the Supreme Court strikes a key provision in the Voting Rights Act.
President Obama's priorities may fall to the wayside as a result of controversies surrounding the IRS, the Justice Department and Benghazi.
The 2012 Democratic National Convention will take place from Sept. 4 to Sept. 6 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Democrats plan to educate voters around the country about new voting rules and also say they will try to fight the new laws.
Democrats say they will fight efforts to disenfranchise voters.
With a growing African-American population, Maryland must decide whether to increase Black representation or protect powerful white incumbents when it creates a new redistricting map.
House leaders indicate that an investigation into Rep. Anthony Weiner's ethics issues is a distraction from more important House business. They want the New York representative to resign.