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Abrams: What We Seek Is Transparency From The Secretary Of State

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced last week that thousands of missing voter registration applications had been accounted for. He was quoted as saying that some 40,000 would-be voters were active and on the rolls. 255 more words

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Ebola Q & A With Dekalb District Health Director Dr. Elizabeth Ford

How do you get Ebola? Who is at risk for contracting Ebola? Dr. S. Elizabeth Ford, the DeKalb County District Health Director answers those questions and much more. 74 more words

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Supporters Of Baby Injured In SWAT Raid Meet With U.S. Attorney In Atlanta

The attorney for the family of little Bounkham “Bou Bou” Phonesavanh says he remains hopeful about the possibility of charges being filed in the botched drug raid that left the toddler permanently injured. 358 more words

Roland Martin: Why Do We View Teachers Differently That Sleep With Students Based Off Gender?

On NewsOne Now with Roland Martin, a more reoccurring trend that has happened in schools where teachers are intimate with students. Both male and female educators alike are engaged in relationships with underage students, but when reported in the media, there are two different results. 198 more words

AutoNsider Review: 2015 Honda Accord EX-L V6 Coupe

In 2013, Honda introduced their totally redesigned Accord Sedan and Coupe; and its only taken me a year and a half to get my hands on one of them. 485 more words

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Too Much Truth - What Really Killed Thomas Eric Duncan

Today is a sad day, for Thomas Eric Duncan died from complications of Ebola. He is the first victim to die from the disease here in the United States. 153 more words

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Prayer Vigil Today For Baby Severely Injured In Drug Raid

A prayer vigil is scheduled to be held at the Georgia State Capitol this afternoon for Bou “Baby Bou Bou” Phonesavanh who was severely injured in a drug raid in Habersham County, Georgia, earlier this year. 374 more words

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