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These are the 5 worst cities for black Americans

By Evan Comen and Michael B. Sauter November 3, 2017 1:05 pm EST Nationwide, the typical black household earns just 61 cents for every dollar the typical white household earns. Despite the achievements of the Civil Rights Movement more than five decades ago, there exist substantial inequalities along racial lines in America. Lower incomes, educational…

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Russia probe has ‘thousands of emails’

Image copyright Reuters Image caption President Trump has been critical of the investigation and denies any wrongdoing Special counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly obtained tens of thousands of emails from President Donald Trump's transition team as part of a probe into the 2016 election. So far the FBI has charged four people as part of…

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South Africa’s ANC to chose new leader

Image copyright Reuters/AFP Image caption The leading candidates in the race are Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa South Africa's African National Congress (ANC) is set to vote on who will succeed President Jacob Zuma as its leader. The main contenders are the country's deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa, and former cabinet minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, President Zuma's…

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Ashes: Australia lead nears 250

Ashes: Australia v England, third Test, Perth, day four - Live - BBC Sport ]]> ]]> Summary Stoneman ct behind in second over England first-innings deficit: 259 Australia declare shortly after lunch Smith 239, Marsh 181 - stand of 301 Paine 49*, Cummins 41; Anderson 4-116 Sessions: 05:10, 07:30 GMT Australia lead 2-0 in five-match…

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Ferocious California wildfire grows more erratic, dangerous as winds pick up

A firefighter takes a cell phone picture during a wildfire Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017, in Montecito, Calif. The so-called Thomas Fire is now the third-largest in California history. (Photo: Chris Carlson, AP) The ferocious Thomas Fire raging in Southern California has become the second-largest blaze in state history. It is now just 5,700 acres shy of the massive Cedar Fire,…

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Seven Days of Heroin: Elliana’s story

CLOSE In July Stephanie Gaffney told The Enquirer she was in treatment for her opioid addiction and aimed to create a good life for her child. Ten days later, she died of brain damage after an opioid overdose. The Enquirer/Cara Owsley The Enquirer/Cara Owsley Buy Photo Beth Arcail snuggles with her granddaughter, Elliana Russ, 1,…

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