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Joan Rivers 'Resting Comfortably' After Going Into Cardiac Arrest

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Joan Rivers is in recovery after she stopped breathing on an operating table on Thursday.

E!’s “Fashion Police” host went into cardiac and respiratory arrest while undergoing throat surgery at a medical clinic, according to… 340 more words

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Hillary Clinton Says America Can 'Do Better' While Speaking On Ferguson

It’s taken her about three weeks, but Hillary Clinton has finally spoken out about her thoughts on what’s happening in Ferguson, Missouri.

During a speaking engagement in San Francisco at the Nexenta OpenSDx Summit, the former Secretary of State said that the disparity between how the legal system treats people of different races has gotten too bad to overlook. 454 more words

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Remy Ma Hustles So Hard She Hasn't Been Able To Enjoy Family Time Since Prison Release

Remy Ma has been on a mission ever since she was released from prison last month, and it hasn’t left her much time to spend with her family. 589 more words

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NFL Commissioner Announces Stricter Penalties For Domestic Violence

After much scrutiny and criticism for past leniency, the NFL is getting tougher on domestic violence.

It was a scandal when the public found out that… 340 more words

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Man From This Hilarious New Meme Happens To Be The Only Black Man Who Supports Officer Darren Wilson

Chances are, if you’re scrolling through your Instagram or Twitter feeds, you’ve probably seen Martin Baker’s image used in a number of popular memes. He’s the Black guy in glasses who is on the phone, looking like Mama Spike found out the light wasn’t paid this month. 365 more words

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Federal judge overturns Wisconsin's gay marriage ban

Published June 7, 2014 on page A1 of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

By Dana Ferguson, Jason Stein and Patrick Marley

Madison — A federal judge in Madison on Friday overturned Wisconsin’s gay marriage ban, striking down an amendment to the state constitution approved overwhelmingly by voters in 2006 and prompting an emergency action by the state to halt the scores of weddings that began in the state’s two largest cities. 1,948 more words

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Anticipation builds for ruling on Wisconsin gay marriage ban

Published June 5, 2014 in The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

By Dana Ferguson

Garth Wangemann and Roy Badger don’t want a big ceremony. No tuxedos, no receptions — just a nice dinner with a friend so the Riverwest couple can celebrate a marriage they long thought would not be recognized. 1,026 more words

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