Queen Anne's County Residents Clean Up From Powerful Storm

Residents in Queen Anne's County are cleaning up the damage from what may have been a tornado. The storm hit around 2:00 Monday morning, causing major damage to homes and bringing down trees and power lines on Kent Island. Although there was damage to home and businesses, officials tweeted QAC was not accepting donations or volunteers. “We appreciate the concern & offer of help but please do not respond to the scene.” All Queen Anne's County parks and trails on Kent Island were closed...

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First Edition July 21:Weekly Afro News Report w/ Kamau High

First Edition Host Sean Yoes, sits down with Kamau High, managing editor of the Afro. In discussion of the latest in the Afro newspaper and more.

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CD of the Month: Julian Vaughn's Bona Fide

Kansas City native and self- taught bassist Julian Vaughn is back with his 4th CD as a leader, titled Bona Fide for Trippin ‘N’ Rhythm Records.

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The highest court in Massachusetts ruled Monday that local law enforcement cannot keep people in custody solely at the request of federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The practice, often known as an "ICE detainer," enabled federal authorities to take a longer look at the immigration status of people whom they suspect might be in the country illegally, even if they were otherwise free to leave.

Justin Bieber has spent the last 18 months on the road promoting his album "Purpose." But after more than 150 shows on six continents, Bieber abruptly announced today that he is canceling the last leg of the tour. There were more than a dozen dates left across North America and East Asia, including high-profile stops at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif. and Tokyo's Ajinomoto Stadium.

A new Senate campaign ad for Rep. Mo Brooks uses audio from last month's shooting at a congressional baseball practice that left Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., gravely wounded.

Brooks was among the congressmen practicing at the Alexandria, Va., baseball diamond and highlights the experience as he competes in the GOP Senate primary in Alabama, a traditionally conservative state.

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The Senate Health Care Vote, Simplified

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The Senate is expected to vote Tuesday on whether to advance health care legislation to the Senate floor. That would open up debate on an Obamacare repeal and/or replacement plan.

The importance of the vote was highlighted by Sen. John McCain's decision to return to Washington to take part. He announced last week that he had been diagnosed with brain cancer.

Jared Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, told lawmakers in a statement on Monday that he "did not collude ... with any foreign government."

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Six months after Republicans gained control of the White House and both houses of Congress, Democrats have outlined a plan to improve their chances of methodically taking it all back.

They are leaning heavily on a re-branding of their greatest hits — more and better-paying jobs, lowering health care costs and cracking down on the what are seen as the abuses of big business.

There's nothing like a fandom to encourage innovation, and the devotees of the Broadway hit Hamilton: An American Musical are no exception — whether they've actually seen the show in person or have memorized every lyric of the 46 songs on the soundtrack album. So it was only a matter of time before enthusiastic fans were going to search out culinary tributes to their most treasured folk hero.

When Taylor Merendo moved to Bloomington, Ind., nearly two years ago, fleeing an abusive marriage, she needed help.

"I was six months pregnant and at that point in time, I really didn't have a stable place to live," Merendo says.


NAACP 108th National Convention

Baltimore: July 22-26, 2017

July Community Cares: The Summer Activity Extraodinaire (SAX) Music & Dance Camp Program

The Summer Activity Extraordinaire (SAX) Music & Dance Camp is held for youth ages 4-17. This year, SAX is celebrating their 20 th year of service to the children of the Baltimore community.

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