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The president offers support to victims.
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Floyd Mayweather Breaks Down Life After Boxing
Floyd Mayweather talks about fatherhood and life after boxing.
Justin's Journey to Mental Health
So many African-Americans avoid psychiatric treatment, but one man took action and is better for it.
Justice and the Central Park Five
Filmmaker Ken Burns and wrongfully accused defendant Yusef Salaam discuss the Central Park jogger rape case.
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"
In his speech at Morehouse College, Obama urges grads to "be a good role model and set a good example."
Should the Boy Scouts Ban Gay Leaders?
New Yorkers give their perspectives on whether the Boy Scouts of America should ban gay leaders.
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.
Food Assistance Programs Face Cuts
As Congress debates deep cuts from the program formerly known as food stamps, how will needy families survive?
Civil Rights Hang in the Balance at Supreme Court
The future direction of civil rights may hang in the balance at the Supreme Court.
President's Weekly Address: Giving Thanks to Our Fallen Heroes
President Obama commemorates Memorial Day by paying tribute to the men and women in uniform.
Yet Another Child Lost to Gun Violence
As friends mourn shooting death of D'aja Robinson, 14, they wonder when the gun violence will end.
Can Obama Shake the Second Term Curse?
The President's second term is just beginning, but it's being hit with front-page scandals.
Exclusive: Jamie Foxx Talks Trayvon Martin
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