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A Tale Of Two Cities – Soledad O’Brien Talks Hurricane Katrina 10th Anniversary

Soledad O’Brien is everywhere, you ain’t never there. That’s a Jay-Z lyric, but it seems appropriate for the enterprising reporter who manages to be everywhere the news is made. 441 more words

In Case You Missed It

Summer in Washington is both an internship and an adventure

by Kennedy Coopwood

This past summer, I had the opportunity to have a few summer internships in the D.M.V area. For those that aren’t hip to the city lingo, DMV stands for D.C, Maryland and Virginia (it’s ok, I had to learn it too!). 442 more words

A Tale Of Two Cities – Soledad O’Brien Talks Hurricane Katrina 10th Anniversary

Soledad O’Brien is everywhere, you ain’t never there. That’s a Jay-Z lyric, but it seems appropriate for the enterprising reporter who manages to be everywhere the news is made. 441 more words

TJMS

A Tale Of Two Cities – Soledad O’Brien Talks Hurricane Katrina 10th Anniversary

Soledad O’Brien is everywhere, you ain’t never there. That’s a Jay-Z lyric, but it seems appropriate for the enterprising reporter who manages to be everywhere the news is made. 441 more words

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A Tale Of Two Cities – Soledad O’Brien Talks Hurricane Katrina 10th Anniversary

Soledad O’Brien is everywhere, you ain’t never there. That’s a Jay-Z lyric, but it seems appropriate for the enterprising reporter who manages to be everywhere the news is made. 441 more words

TJMS: If You Missed It

A Tale Of Two Cities – Soledad O’Brien Talks Hurricane Katrina 10th Anniversary

Soledad O’Brien is everywhere, you ain’t never there. That’s a Jay-Z lyric, but it seems appropriate for the enterprising reporter who manages to be everywhere the news is made. 441 more words

TJMS

A Tale Of Two Cities – Soledad O’Brien Talks Hurricane Katrina 10th Anniversary

Soledad O’Brien is everywhere, you ain’t never there. That’s a Jay-Z lyric, but it seems appropriate for the enterprising reporter who manages to be everywhere the news is made. 441 more words

Tom Joyner