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Photos Of Black Kids Watching ‘Black Panther’ Highlight Why This Film Was Needed

Recently, young black students around the country, including those from Atlanta’s Ron Clark Academy, got a chance to see the film. Photos captured the students’ reactions as they visited the fictional African nation of Wakanda for the first time.Check out photos of the students watching “Black Panther” below ...
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Nashville Rock Band’s Video Is A Powerful Celebration Of Same-Sex Love

Passion is found on the road, on the dance floor and even at a local diner in Nashville-based alt-rock band MONA’s music video for “Kiss Like a Woman.” The video, which debuted Feb. 13, generated instant buzz for the band, and not just because its romantic theme was fitting for Valentine’s Day. Two of the clip’s steamy smooches take place between ...
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Oprah Reacts To Trump’s Tweet Calling Her ‘Very Insecure’

It took an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres’ show for Oprah Winfrey to finally respond to President Donald Trump’s recent tweet bashing her as “very insecure.” While it seems like ages ago, Trump lashed out at the “A Wrinkle in Time” star Sunday night following a discussion she moderated for a “60 Minutes” segment with Michigan voters. “I woke up and I just thought,” Oprah explained, ...
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“I’m not saying you love the tragedy, but you love the ratings.”

National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch said Thursday that the media exploits mass shooting to capitalize on ratings. “Many in legacy media love mass shootings,” Loesch said after walking on stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference to a standing ovation. “I’m not saying you love the tragedy, but you love the ratings. Crying white mothers are ratings gold.” Her comments echoed ...
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NRA Head: ‘Completely Ridiculous’ To Say More Guns Would Make Schools Less Safe

Wayne LaPierre, the executive director and CEO of the National Rifle Association, said schools would be safer if they had more people with guns. “The whole idea from some of our opponents, that armed security makes schools less safe, is completely ridiculous,” LaPierre said in a speech Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference. “If armed security makes us less ...
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Parkland Student Says Arming Teachers With Guns Is A ‘Terrible Idea’

Alfonso Calderon is not here for President Donald Trump’s idea to arm teachers with guns.  The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School junior and survivor of the recent mass shooting told CNN’s Don Lemon on Wednesday evening that Trump’s plan is simply “a terrible idea.”   “I don’t know if Donald Trump has ever been to a public high school but, as ...
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FCC Orders Net Neutrality To End In April

The Federal Communications Commission has ordered net neutrality to end on April 23, the agency revealed Thursday in a formal publication in the Federal Register.The commission voted 3-2 in December to overturn Obama-era rules preventing internet service providers from treating certain content differently. This story is developing. Check back for updates. ...
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Mark Hamill Confirms Hollywood Star News By Zinging Trump

Mark Hamill is finally getting his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The “Star Wars” actor confirmed the news on Twitter Thursday, and also took what appeared to be a shot at President Donald Trump: Can't say this is a dream come true because I was never foolish enough to think something like this could ever happen. When ...
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Trump Argues He Never Said ‘Give Teachers Guns’ Before Pushing To Give Them Guns

President Donald Trump elaborated on his proposal to arm 20 percent of teaching staff at schools in a series of tweets Thursday. Trump first made the proposal during a listening session with students and parents affected by mass shootings, including some from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people were killed last week. Trump denied he ...
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At Last, We May Get Our First Native American Woman In Congress

WASHINGTON ― Deb Haaland wishes people could just ignore President Donald Trump. “Every time he says something stupid, it gets on the front page,” said Haaland. “We need to be talking about climate change. We need to be talking about oil companies wanting to lease land, like my ancestral homeland in Chaco Canyon, so they can frack there.” If she ...
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