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Issue #1677
Issue #1677
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Issue #1676
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Issue 1675
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Think on These Things
Think on These Things

by Reverend Frank I. Williams - Are you ready for the Word! Then Caleb quieted the people before Moses, and said, "Let us go up at once and take possession, for we are well able to overcome it."

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Is juicing healthier than eating whole fruits or vegetables?
Is juicing healthier than eating whole fruits or vegetables?

Juicing probably is not any healthier than eating whole fruits and vegetables. Juicing extracts the juice from fresh fruits or vegetables.

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Everyone Deserves a Second Chance
Everyone Deserves a Second Chance

By Sally Halford - Even now I remember how I felt as a sad and confused little girl at age six. My mother and father had divorced.

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Healthfirst Receives Approval to Offer Lower Premium Rates in 2015
Healthfirst Receives Approval to Offer Lower Premium Rates in 2015

Healthfirst Leaf Plans, which are Qualified Health Plans (QHP) available on the New York State of Health: The Official Plan Marketplace, received New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) approval to offer decreased premium rates effective January 1, 2015.

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Hostos Community College Educator Cynthia Jones Earns National Honor
Hostos Community College Educator Cynthia Jones Earns National Honor

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) have named Hostos Community College English Department Lecturer Cynthia Jones the 2014 New York State Professor of the Year.

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LaGuardia Students Learn to Negotiate Like UN Ambassadors
LaGuardia Students Learn to Negotiate Like UN Ambassadors

Nine LaGuardia Community College students had the opportunity to practice international diplomacy first hand last month as delegates to the National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference in Washington, DC.

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More Than 53,000 Children Learning in High-Quality, Full-Day Pre-K
More Than 53,000 Children Learning in High-Quality, Full-Day Pre-K

Mayor Bill de Blasio recently announced New York City has successfully enrolled 53,230 children in high-quality, full-day pre-K this fall.

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Dynamism at the Caribbean International Business Conference in the Bahamas
Dynamism at the Caribbean International Business Conference in the Bahamas

by Tony Best - Creative industries across the Caribbean blended into an international showcase of music, dance, sports, animation and festivals with their own calendar of events, an economic lifeline, that can help spur growth.

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Macy's Reveals a Black Friday Giveaway with a Million Dollars in Prizes
Macy's Reveals a Black Friday Giveaway with a Million Dollars in Prizes

Shoppers will have even more reasons to be excited during Macy's Black Friday Giveaway with a Million Dollars in Prizes in stores nationwide during doorbuster hours.

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JetBlue Airways Opens International Arrivals Concourse at Its Award-Winning Terminal 5 at JFK
JetBlue Airways Opens International Arrivals Concourse at Its Award-Winning Terminal 5 at JFK

JetBlue, New York's Hometown Airline opens the long-awaited international arrivals hall extension to its world-class home at Terminal 5 (T5) at New York's John F. Kennedy (JFK) Airport.

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Beyonce' and Top Shelf Launch New Fashion Line
Beyonce' and Top Shelf Launch New Fashion Line

BEYONCE' is launching a new athletic fashion line, in a 50/50 joint venture with the popular British fashion empire TOPSHOP.

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Double Take: African Innovations
Double Take: African Innovations

Celebrating Africa's continual dynamism and long tradition of artistic creativity, Double Take: African Innovations opens the doors to Brooklyn Museums storied African collection

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Strictly the Best Vol. 50 and 51 Celebrates VP Records Legacy
Strictly the Best Vol. 50 and 51 Celebrates VP Records Legacy

The longest running reggae series Strictly The Best unleashes Volume 50 & Volume 51 on November 25, 2014.

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President Obama's Executive Action to fix
President Obama's Executive Action to fix "broken immigration system"

In a 15-minute address from the East Room of the White House on Thursday, Obama said his administration plans to adopt measures to "deal responsibly" with the millions of undocumented immigrants

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NY mayor signs bills limiting deportation of Caribbean immigrants
NY mayor signs bills limiting deportation of Caribbean immigrants

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed two bills that would drastically limit the federal government's ability to deport undocumented Caribbean and other immigrants from New York City.

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PAHO missions support Eastern Caribbean in Ebola preparations
PAHO missions support Eastern Caribbean in Ebola preparations

The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) says its expert missions are supporting Eastern Caribbean countries in preparing for a potential case of the Ebola virus.

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Congressman wants US to address
Congressman wants US to address "sparse diplomatic presence" in the Caribbean

A senior Congressman is calling for the United States to have a greater presence in the Caribbean.

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Jamaica to lead UN Group seeking major reforms to Security Council
Jamaica to lead UN Group seeking major reforms to Security Council

Jamaica's Ambassador to the United Nations, Courtney Rattray is the new Chairman of the 11th round of the Inter-Governmental negotiations on the reform of the Security Council.

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Jamaican judge elected to International Court of Justice
Jamaican judge elected to International Court of Justice

Renowned Jamaican and international jurist Patrick Robinson has been elected to serve a judge in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for a nine year period beginning in February 2015.

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Xi Jinping: Confronting China's
Xi Jinping: Confronting China's

by Basil Wilson - At the beginning of the twentieth century, China was considered the sick man of Asia.

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The Legacy of Marcus Garvey
The Legacy of Marcus Garvey

By Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. - This year marks the 100 anniversary of the founding of the United Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) by the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey.

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Editorial: Time to Halt Guyana's democratic slide, the need to avoid dictatorship
Editorial: Time to Halt Guyana's democratic slide, the need to avoid dictatorship

Parliamentary democracy in Guyana is on life support, inching towards death and the possible emergence of a dictatorship. Donald Ramotar to reverse his heavy handed and deeply offensive and undemocratic step of suspending parliament by fiat.

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