Simone Biles Sets Record By Picking Up Her 13th World Championship Gold

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Simone Biles made history by picking up her record 13th career gold medal at the world gymnastics championships when she cruised to victory in the vault final on Friday. Yet it’s the silver she captured on uneven bars that the Olympic and world champion may cherish

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Oprah Jumps Into Contentious Georgia Race, Endorses Democrat Abrams

October 31, 2018 (Reuters) – Oprah Winfrey plans to lend her star power to Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams’ quest to become the United States’ first black woman governor at a couple of appearances in the state on Thursday. After a brief flirtation earlier this year with a run for the

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Andrew Gillum on Trump ‘Thief’ Attack: ‘Never Wrestle With a Pig’

The Daily Beast Florida’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Andrew Gillum, hit back against President Trump late Monday after the president called him a “stone cold thief” in a Fox News interview. Trump had claimed Florida “will become Venezuela” if Gillum wins the election, telling Fox News’ Laura Ingraham that he is

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Andrew Gillum: Trump Needs To Learn His Lesson And Grow Up

By David Barden Florida Democrat and gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum has responded to a tweet by President Donald Trump that refers to Gillum as a “thief” and praises his GOP opponent, Ron DeSantis, as a “Harvard/Yale educated man.” In Florida there is a choice between a Harvard/Yale educated man named @RonDeSantisFL who

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Black Venture Capitalists Raising $370 Million This Year. How Much Will Go to Black Businesses?

by Jeffrey McKinney October 29, 2018 In an extraordinary new development, funding for black businesses is flourishing. More than $370 million has been raised or planned this year to back black venture capitalists. However, the percentage that will go to black businesses, remains to be seen. The growing trend is phenomenal

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Cory Booker After Synagogue Shooting: ‘We Need To Understand That Words Matter’

By Jenna Amatulli 10/29/2018 12:28 pm ET Sen. Cory Booker implored fellow officials to be “mindful of what we’re saying” because “words matter” amid a week in the United States in which pipe bombs were mailed to individuals and organizations, black people were executed and 11 Jewish people were slaughtered in a

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