Nvidia GeForce Now Aims to be the ‘Netflix of Games’ for Just 8 Bucks a Month
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Nvidia GeForce Now Aims to be the ‘Netflix of Games’ for Just 8 Bucks a Month

(PC World) – Nvidia on Wednesday laid out its plans to become the “Netflix of…

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Car Review: 2015 Cadillac Escalade 4WD Premium
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Car Review: 2015 Cadillac Escalade 4WD Premium

By Frank S. Washington NNPA Columnist DETROIT – The Cadillac Escalade has reached cult status.…

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Top Iran Leader Warns of ‘Harsh’ Measures Over Hajj Disaster
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Top Iran Leader Warns of ‘Harsh’ Measures Over Hajj Disaster

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s top leader on Wednesday warned Saudi Arabia of “harsh” measures…

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Jeremiah Wright Is Still Angry at Barack Obama
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Jeremiah Wright Is Still Angry at Barack Obama

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (The Atlantic) — It didn’t seem like the proper setting for an…

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‘Jackpocket’ App Aims to Modernize – and Monitor – Lottery Purchases
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‘Jackpocket’ App Aims to Modernize – and Monitor – Lottery Purchases

(CBS News) – Big prizes typically drive a surge in lottery ticket sales, but one…

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Error Jordan: Key Figures Still Argue Over Who Was Responsible for Nike Deal
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Error Jordan: Key Figures Still Argue Over Who Was Responsible for Nike Deal

(USA Today) – The partnership between Nike and Michael Jordan has grown into the richest…

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Republican Candidate Ben Carson Tells NASCAR Fans Confederate Flag OK
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Republican Candidate Ben Carson Tells NASCAR Fans Confederate Flag OK

(Sports Illustrated) – Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson thinks NASCAR fans should be allowed to…

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Biden Tries to Calm HBCU Leaders’ Fears
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Biden Tries to Calm HBCU Leaders’ Fears

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) — In a speech at the 2015…

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Census Data: Black Women, Children Struggle With Poverty
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Census Data: Black Women, Children Struggle With Poverty

By Freddie Allen Senior NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Despite relative improvement in job…

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Justice After Injustice
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Justice After Injustice

(Slate) – Early in the morning on Jan. 3, 1984, Janet Burke, a 20-year-old white…

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