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She Thrives: Honoring 10 black women making history

These 10 women are shaping their communities and, in their own way, altering life for everyone in 21st century America. …read more

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REAPing big rewards

With 30,000-plus trees planted and close to 3.5 million PET bottles removed from the natural environment in less than seven …read more

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Golding: 2004 MOU defining mark of Nelson’s career

A quintessential family man, friend, and a hard worker was how family, friends and ­colleagues remembered former government minister and …read more

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Briefs | Montague orders mud lake audit

Minister of Transport and Mining Robert Montague has called on the Jamaica Bauxite Institute (JBI) to conduct an audit on …read more

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Pompeo expected to announce U.S. intent to withdraw from INF nuclear treaty

Some arms control experts have expressed concerns that abandoning the agreement could lead to a new arms race. …read more

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Alleged Chinese birth tourism targeted in federal crackdown, 20 charged

The charges are called the first federal crackdown on birth tourism businesses that allegedly brought hundreds of pregnant women to …read more

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Fatal shooting of one St. Louis officer by another prompts changes

In the wake of the shooting, the police chief has ordered greater supervision of officers on shift, including hourly verification …read more

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Adam Levine says Maroon 5 expected Super Bowl backlash

“I’m not in the right profession if I can’t handle a little bit of controversy. It’s what it is,” Levine …read more

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Ball gowns galore: London’s V&A Museum stages new Dior show

After the smashing success of its Alexander McQueen show, London’s V&A Museum is looking to draw big crowds with another …read more

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Wind-whipped 10-alarm fire destroyed iconic Marcal paper plant

“All of the sudden the wind started really blazing,” said the police chief in Elmwood Park, N.J. “The fire just …read more

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