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Chris Bosh Talks About The NBA's New Kids On The Court Dominance

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Colonial Pipeline CEO Joe Blount says that paying a multi-million dollar ransom to get a large portion of the East Coast's fuel supply back online was "the right decision to make for the country." Pavlo Gonchar/Getty Images hide caption

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The Colonial Pipeline CEO Explains The Decision To Pay Hackers A $4.4 Million Ransom

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Minnesota National Guard members patrol in Minneapolis. Since George Floyd's murder, there's been a rising call for journalists to use greater skepticism when utilizing police reports for coverage. David Joles/Getty Images hide caption

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Police Reports Are Biased. What Can Journalists Do To Better Cover Policing?

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Derrick Young, co-owner of Mahogany Books in Washington, D.C., says his store has seen new customers in the last year who seem to be "willing to do the work" to educate themselves on issues of race in America. Bonnie Jo Mount/Getty Images hide caption

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A Moment Or A Movement? Black Bookstore Owners On Business One Year Later

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Author Discusses Standing In Solidarity With Nikole Hannah-Jones

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Checking In With Black Bookstores Nearly A Year After 2020's Book Boom On Racism

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A Reporter Weighs In On UNC's Decision To Deny Nikole Hannah-Jones Tenure

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Retired Police Chief Chimes In On Excessive Force Used In Elizabeth City, N.C.

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Author Explains Why Those 4-Letter Words Are So Satisfying To Say Out Loud

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Tennessee State University could be due for a half-billion-dollar payout, according to recent findings that show the HBCU has been historically underfunded. Raymond Boyd/Getty Images hide caption

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'Theft At A Scale That Is Unprecedented': Behind The Underfunding Of HBCUs

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Rep. Curtis, R-Utah, Explains His Vote To Remove Liz Cheney From House Leadership

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Breanna Stewart of the Seattle Storm announced a deal for a signature shoe with sports brand Puma. Julio Aguilar/Getty Images hide caption

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Stewie Gets Her Own Sneaks: WNBA Star Pens First Deal In A Decade

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NBC Cancels The Golden Globes Amid HFPA Controversy

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'TCM Reframed' Looks At Beloved Old Movies Through Modern Eyes

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Vignettes Of Author's Daughter Inspired Kid's Book About Sensory Differences

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