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NFL Commissioner Under Fire

Goodell Still Enjoys Support of Redskins, Fans

While many fans of the Ravens sported Ray Rice jerseys at the team’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. 11 in Baltimore, embattled NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has received similar support along the I-95 corridor from Landover to Virginia.

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Gallery Owners Celebrate Washington Informer, Festival

H Street Events Include Newspaper's 50th Anniversary Exhibit

Life on H Street has been different for Steve Hessler and his wife, Mary Ellen Vehlow, the owners of Gallery O on H in Northeast.

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Simmie Knox Unveils Portrait for O'Malley

Famed Artist's Frederick Douglass Painting Makes Maryland History

When Simmie Knox received a telephone call recently in which the caller asked him to paint a portrait of Frederick Douglass, he wasn’t at all surprised.

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Bill Cosby's Art Collection Headed to Smithsonian

Comedian, Wife to Share Special Exhibit

America's favorite TV dad has become one of the Smithsonian's newest benefactors.

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Discrimination, Hostile Environment Alleged At FEMA

Employees Say They Need Permission to Use Restroom

Hundreds of workers at the Federal Emergency Management Agency say they're underpaid and harassed because of their race or gender, and some employees allege that conditions are so bad they need permission to go to the restroom.

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CBCF President Aims High

A. Shuanise Washington Seeking Advancement Opportunities for Blacks

A. Shuanise Washington has always aimed high, setting her sights on accomplishing some of the lofty goals that she and others have established for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, the Northwest-based nonprofit public policy, research and educational organization.

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CBC Continues To Meet Tough Challenges

From Trayvon Martin to Michael Brown and from civil rights to voting rights, the Congressional Black Caucus has been confronted with a litany of challenges over the past couple of years.

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Understanding Suicide in Black Communities

Prevention Week Focuses on 'Inconspicuous' Life-Ending Methods

Traditionally, African-Americans have felt that suicide wasn’t as much of a problem as it is in other communities. But, as the country observes National Suicide Prevention Week beginning Monday, Sept. 8, a pattern has emerged among African-Americans that could contradict reports of low suicide rates among blacks.

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Redskins Lose Season Opener

Protests over Team Moniker Continues

The Washington Redskins traveled to Houston to open the 2014 season and with little offense, some occasional defense and an error-prone effort, Robert Griffin III and his teammates received a Texas-sized beatdown.

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'Hot Bench' Judge Ready to Roll

New Show Debuts in D.C. on Sept. 15

One of Howard University's successful alums will be taking her talents to the airwaves in a new reality television show that will transport viewers to courtrooms in a new and unique way.



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