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Bro. Charles Statement on TOUCH FM raid

The FCC raided the office of Dorchester-based company TOUCH 106.1 FM on April 17th, 2014.
TOUCH 106.1 FM would like to say THANK YOU Boston for the wonderful 8 yrs we had together.
The staff, volunteers, radio personalities, and management which makes up TOUCHFM will continue to be the voice of the people of Boston.

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ACTION PLAN FOR MEN AND YOUTH TO TAKE OWNERSHIP OF THEIR STREET

ACTION PLAN FOR MEN AND YOUTH TO TAKE OWNERSHIP OF THEIR STREET
Accepting Your Responsibility to Rebuild Your Community

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United Nations: ‘Turn The Water Back On In Detroit’

DETROIT (AP) — United Nations human rights experts described Detroit’s mass water shut-offs as “a man-made perfect storm” Monday and called on city officials to restore water to those unable to pay, including those with disabilities or chronic illnesses.

Meanwhile, Detroit’s officials said the two lawyers’ actions and conclusions were agenda-driven …read more

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CDC Issues New Protocols For Ebola Treatment

ATLANTA (AP) — Federal health officials on Monday issued new guidelines to promote head-to-toe protection for health workers treating Ebola patients.

Officials have been scrambling to come up with new advice for protective gear since two Dallas nurses became infected while caring for the first person diagnosed with the virus in …read more

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Gary Serial Killer Likely Killed More Women

GARY, Ind. (AP) — Police investigating the slayings of seven women whose bodies were found in northwest Indiana over the weekend said Monday they believe it is the work of a serial killer, and that the suspect has indicated there could be more victims going back 20 years.

The Lake County …read more

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Fantasia Update: Does A New Tatt Confirm Marriage Rumors? And What’s Up With Her Ex? [PHOTOS]

American Idol winner Fantasia Barrino has had a busy love life since her star rose. She weathered a storm of controversy dating a separated North Carolina man, Antwuan Cook.

Though Cook later went back to his wife, he and Barrino have a son together, Dallas. Now she’s found a new love, …read more

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‘The Woman Code’ Reveals Powerful Keys To Unlock Your Life

On Friday, author Sophia A. Nelson appeared on “NewsOne Now“with Roland Martin to talk about her new book, “The Woman Code: 20 Powerful Keys to Unlock Your Life.”

From www.thewomancodebook.com:

Every woman lives by a Code, whether she realizes it or not. The Code is as old as time. …read more

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HUH?! Convicted Murderer Sues State Over Prison Porn Ban

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A convicted murderer sentenced to more than a half-century behind bars is suing the state of Connecticut, saying its ban on pornography in prison violates his constitutional rights.

Dwight Pink Jr., 44, says in the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in July that guards have used …read more

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Oprah Winfrey: “Only Jesus Could Have Predicted The Life I’ve Had”

Oprah Winfrey is proof living a life in excellence, and achieving unimaginable success is possible. The award-winning talk show host, actress, and philanthropist built an empire that no one could’ve predicted, not even her. Oprah talks to “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” about being raised in the church, and the …read more

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OWN Network’s ‘Sweetie Pie’ Named In Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

The Oprah Winfrey OWN Network’s wildly popular hit reality show, “Sweetie Pie’s” is reportedly named in a lawsuit that was filed on Tuesday by one of its former employees, Veronica Tate, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Tate, who filed her documents with the U.S. District Court, was employed by …read more

World Health Organization: Nigeria Now Ebola-Free

Ebola is no longer a threat in Nigeria, the World Health Organization announced, with more than a month having passed without a new case, Reuters reports.

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President Obama Explains How Failure To Vote Will Impact The Rest Of His Term

President Barack Obama has accomplished a lot in six years, but he won’t be able to make more without support in the forthcoming midterm elections. He talks exclusively to to “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” about the importance of heading to the polls this time around.

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Gloria Govan Sued By Lou Rawl’s Widow For Forgery?

As rumors about the unraveling marriage of L.A. Clippers Matt Barnes (pictured right) and his “Basketball Wives: L.A.” reality show star wife Gloria Govan (pictured) make their tabloid rounds, folks are beginning to wonder whether reports of forgery are at the center of their break-up. According to <a target=_blank …read more

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CNN Pulls Its Support From The NABJ For Criticizing Network’s Racial Climate

CNN has decided that it no longer wants to support the National Association of Black Journalists after the organization called it out.

The cable news network has donated to the NABJ for years, and its acted as a sponsor for the association’s annual convention and career fair for quite some …read more

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‘Hollywood Divas’ Star Lisa Wu Slams ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’s’ Kenya Moore

Lisa Wu has been keeping tabs on her old reality show, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and she’s not entirely pleased with what she sees.

The “Hollywood Divas” star recently told WetPaint.com that she’s flabbergasted by how season 6 of “RHOA” went down, and it seems that she’s …read more

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Woman Fakes Ebola To Get Her Sister Quicker Medical Treatment

One Ohio woman put Columbus emergency crews on high alert after she called 911 claiming that her sister had contracted Ebola.

The deadly virus is nothing to mess around with as it has taken thousands of lives in Africa and one here in the U.S. People in the states are …read more

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Boko Haram To Release Nigerian School Girls In Agreement With Nigerian Government

According to Nigerian government officials, in addition to the ceasefire, the nearly 300 schoolgirls — who were kidnapped as they took exams in Chibok — will be released, reports the BBC.

Nigerian presidential aide Hassan Tukur told BBC Focus on Africa that the agreement was sealed after a month …read more

Possible Serial Killer Linked to Bodies of 7 Women in Northwestern Indiana&nbsp;

Authorities have uncovered the bodies of seven women found throughout Hammond and Gary, Ind. that have been linked to a possible serial killer currently in police custody, Fox News reports.

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Riot Breaks Out At New Hampshire Pumpkin Festival & It Would Have Ended Differently In Any Urban Area

A New Hampshire town’s Pumpkin Festival ended in violence as a riot broke out when people got more rowdy than usual.

Authorities had to use tear gas and pepper spray to breakup rowdy revelers that were throwing beer and liquor bottles during the 24th Annual Pumpkin Festival in Keene, New …read more

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Gugu Mbatha-Raw Captivates With ‘Elle’ Women In Hollywood Cover

Sometimes a shot is so flawless that it does not need dressing up. Such is the case with Gugu Mbatha-Raw’s cover Elle’s Women In Hollywood Issue.

The magazine has chosen the “Belle” actress as one of its honorees this year, and it featured her on one of several covers for the …read more

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CDC TO Revise Ebola Protocol

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has decided to retool its protocol for people treating Ebola patients.

After two Dallas nurses became infected with the deadly virus after treating Thomas Eric Duncan, officials have decided that the present procedures are due for some much-needed revision, the Associated …read more

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Will Packer Developing Female Buddy-Cop Series

Fresh from signing a production deal with Universal Television, “Ride Along” producer Will Packer has sold his fourth project for the small screen.

NBC has given a script commitment to an untitled female buddy-cop project from Packer and “Gossip Girl” alum Amanda Lasher, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The dramedy is described …read more

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Detroit Museum Defends 6-Figure Salaries

DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Institute of Arts is defending the six-figure salaries of its two top executives, saying Friday that it didn’t anticipate a backlash when raises were granted a few years ago, before the city filed for bankruptcy.

Some suburban officials have criticized the museum, especially because it relies …read more

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Ferguson Protestors Battle St. Louis Rams Fans After Game

Ferguson protestors who took their fight for justice in the death of unarmed teen Michael Brown clashed with St. Louis Rams fans outside the Edward Jones Dome, Sunday evening after the Rams upset the visiting Seattle Seahawks.

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Rwandan Children Kept Home from NJ Elementary School Amid Ebola Scare&nbsp;

Two children, who recently moved from Rwanda to the United States are being kept home from their NJ Elementary school after concerns about a possible outbreak of Ebola were voiced parents at Yocum Elementary School, Fox 29 reports.

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Family: Amber Vinson, 2nd Nurse to Contract Ebola, Did Not Fly Recklessly

Amber Vinson did not knowingly endanger passengers during Frontier Airlines Flight 1142, her family insists, hiring a lawyer to help fight back such opinions and allegations, New York Daily News reports.

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Family: Amber Vinson, 2nd Nurse to Contract Ebola, Did Not Fly Recklessly

Amber Vinson did not knowingly endanger passengers during Frontier Airlines Flight 1142, her family insists, hiring a lawyer to help fight back such opinions and allegations, New York Daily News reports.

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Toni Morrison’s Papers To Be Housed At Princeton

PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) — The papers of Nobel laureate Toni Morrison are now part of the permanent library collection of Princeton University.

Princeton made the announcement Friday, shortly before the 83-year-old Morrison took part in a forum at the school where she served on the faculty for 17 years.

The renowned author’s …read more

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