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At last, Haitians like Cubans can benefit from Family reunification program
At last, Haitians like Cubans can benefit from Family reunification program

Give Haitians the same immigration concession Cubans have enjoyed for years.

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WHAT'S GOING ON: October 22nd - 28th
WHAT'S GOING ON: October 22nd - 28th

Topics for this week: American mid-term elections, News Makers of the week, Fall Season.

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Five Things You Need to Know About 2015 Open Enrollment
Five Things You Need to Know About 2015 Open Enrollment

what to expect for the 2015 coverage period.

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Does lack of sleep hurt your immune system?
Does lack of sleep hurt your immune system?

Studies show that people who don't get quality sleep or enough sleep are more likely to get sick

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Think on These Things
Think on These Things

This week I focus your attention on the courage to stay the course.

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A Celebration of Our Spiritual Birth
A Celebration of Our Spiritual Birth

There is a special day many of us fail to celebrate, and it is the day we awoke to our divine nature

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TYRA LAUNCHES HER OWN MAKE-UP LINE
TYRA LAUNCHES HER OWN MAKE-UP LINE

Just when you thought you've seen it all from supermodel, television host/producer and businesswoman TYRA BANKS, she has done it again.

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FASHION FOR A CAUSE - KIDS CANCER
FASHION FOR A CAUSE - KIDS CANCER

The St. John's Boutique on New York's Fifth Avenue opened it's doors for a special shopping event recently

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The Chikungunya and Ebola Pandemic
The Chikungunya and Ebola Pandemic

In recent budget agreements, the Congress of the United States slashed the budget of the Center for Disease Control and the National Institute of Health.

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To Be Equal: The Rise and Fall of Voter ID Laws
To Be Equal: The Rise and Fall of Voter ID Laws

The Court holds that SB 14 creates an unconstitutional burden on the right to vote

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NUL Backs
NUL Backs "Put Our Children 1st"

"Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom." -- George Washington Carver

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Barbados will not follow CARICOM partners: no travel ban on West African nationals
Barbados will not follow CARICOM partners: no travel ban on West African nationals

Barbados has not followed most of its Caribbean Community

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Parliament approves new legislation to deal with bankruptcy in Jamaica
Parliament approves new legislation to deal with bankruptcy in Jamaica

The Senate has approved the legislation with 43 additional amendments

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How New York City earned a failing grade on diversity in procurement
How New York City earned a failing grade on diversity in procurement

Comptroller lifts Veil that clouded the poor performance of agencies

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De Blasio: Pouring New Wine into Old Wine Bottles
De Blasio: Pouring New Wine into Old Wine Bottles

Bill De Blasio won the 2013 mayoralty election convincingly. That victory put an end to 20 years of Republican domination of a Democratic city.

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An Appeal for Help from Africa and international health organizations...
An Appeal for Help from Africa and international health organizations...

Why the Caribbean considers a humanitarian response to the Ebola crisis

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WHAT'S GOING ON: October 15th - 21st
WHAT'S GOING ON: October 15th - 21st

Topics for this week include: America as it related to police brutality across the country and how we are dealing with this problem as a nation. Harlem: Changing times, School Days, Black Enterprise and lastly our weekly newsmaker.

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Think on These Things
Think on These Things

Today I focus your attention on the wisdom of God as the Designer and Creator of all things - seen and unseen.

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Refresh With Paul
Refresh With Paul

Special to the NNPA from the Houston Forward-Times

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Cancer prevention: 5 tips to reduce your risk
Cancer prevention: 5 tips to reduce your risk

Concerned about cancer prevention? Take charge by making changes such as eating a healthy diet and getting regular screenings.

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Mount Sinai and Healthfirst Announce Plan Designed by a Health System for Patients in New York City
Mount Sinai and Healthfirst Announce Plan Designed by a Health System for Patients in New York City
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Winfrey and Belafonte Honored at Harvard
Winfrey and Belafonte Honored at Harvard

Oprah Winfrey and performer-activist Harry Belafonte were among those honored at Harvard University on Tuesday at its annual celebration of African American culture.

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Angélique Kidjo
Angélique Kidjo

The month-long, citywide festival UBUNTU: Music and Arts of South Africa concludes in early November

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Trinidad & Tobago: Health Ministry spends $10M on protective gear
Trinidad & Tobago: Health Ministry spends $10M on protective gear

The Ministry of Health is procuring a specialised bio-containment unit for the treatment of possible cases of Ebola

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Destiny, A Truly Jamaican Film
Destiny, A Truly Jamaican Film

Jeremy Whittaker-directed romantic drama enjoyed rave reviews at April's Reel World Film Festival in Toronto

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