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Obama Nominee Adds Needed Diversity
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African-Americans Flex Voting Muscle
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President's Weekly Address: Fixing Our Immigration System
President Obama discusses a recent Senate bill that take commonsense steps towards fixing our broken immigration system.
Cleveland Dishwasher Becomes National Hero
Charles Ramsey lent a helping hand and landed in the national spotlight.
Five Barriers to Mental Health Treatment
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Floyd Mayweather Breaks Down Life After Boxing
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Justin's Journey to Mental Health
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Justice and the Central Park Five
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President's Weekly Address: Housing and Homeownership
Obama urges Congress to give all responsible homeowners the chance to refinance and save money on their mortgages.
Former Obama Campaign Staffer Charts New Course
After paying dues with national organizations and political campaigns, Stefanie Brown launches out on her own.
Blacks Brace for Social Security Cuts
The Obama administration is considering changes that may leave the lives of Black Social Security recipients hanging in the balance.
President's Weekly Address: Building a Thriving Middle Class
Obama discusses his belief that a rising, thriving middle class is the true engine of economic growth.
The President Tells Morehouse Grads to Be a "Good Role Model"
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Should the Boy Scouts Ban Gay Leaders?
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Obama Addresses Devastation in Oklahoma
President Obama says as a nation, the focus is on rescuing those affected by the Oklahoma tornadoes.
New Documentary Honors Black WWII Heroes
A groundbreaking film reveals the story of Black soldiers who fought valiantly in World War II.
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