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Two Arrested In Killing Of Miami Pastor Gregory Boyd

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On September 10, Miami-Dade Pastor Gregory Boyd was shot dead by Nathaniel Roberson, 31, and Latravia Bell, 20–both have since been arrested. According to the Miami-Dade police, the suspects ambushed four victims as they started firing their guns into a crowded parking lot close to the Village Flea Market and …

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Over 100 Absentee Ballots Found In Kentucky Dumpster

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An investigation is underway in Jefferson County, Kentucky, after a contractor found 112 absentee ballots in a dumpster. “It is unfortunate that ballots and general mail was dumped by a disgruntled employee,” said Nore Ghibaudy, a spokesperson for Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw. In a statement to Newsweek, Special Agent …

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Diddy Talks Politics With Charlamagne; Endorses Joe Biden, Denounces Trump, & Launches Black Political Party

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Sean “Diddy” Combs sat down with media personality Charlamagne Tha God Thursday to discuss pertinent political topics concerning the Black community and perhaps most notably, his endorsement of presidential candidate Joe Biden. The REVOLT Media & TV chairman also announced his “boldest movement,” the launch of “Our Black Party”—a new …

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Police Caught Brazilian Senator Hiding Cash Between His Cheeks

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A Brazilian senator, Chico Rodrigues, was caught in a police raid on Wednesday with money hidden between his buttcheeks. According to Reuters, a judicial source reported the senator was caught amid an investigation into the misuse of COVID-19 response funding. Rodrigues represents the northern state of Roraima and had also …

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3-Week Old Baby Sexually Assaulted In Florida Foster Home

A shocking lawsuit filed in Marion County claims a 3-week-old girl was sexually assaulted and battered in an Ocala area foster home, and child welfare officials could have prevented it from happening. According to USA Today, the lawsuit filed last week contends that Kids Central, the Ocala nonprofit agency charged …

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