Democrats win big in elections in Virginia and New Jersey

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Democrats win big in elections in Virginia and New Jersey

Political analyst Dr. Jason Johnson--who's also an Associate Professor at Morgan State University's School of Journalism and Global Communications talks with News Anchor Julius White about the Democratic victories in Maryland and elsewhere.

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WEAA in the Community

Isaiah George

Mayor Pugh's 2017 Fall Festival

Friday, October 27 was a special day indeed as WEAA's very own Mornings with Mykels ; Mykel Hunter, Marc Clarke, and Kelle' Avent hosted this year's Mayor Fall Festival in City Hall.

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Message From The Membership Director

We're in our Harvest Membership Drive and ask - as the classic song does -- "when will there be a harvest for the world?" As we ponder that question, the answer is clear.

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NPR News

Astronomers have long theorized that planetary systems, including our own, are formed by spinning discs of dust and gas that slowly coalesce. Now, by combining input from an array of radio telescopes located in the Chilean desert, they have sharp images showing what they believe to be just such planet formation.

House Speaker John Boehner said approval of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline and the repeal of key parts of Obamacare are among Republicans' top priorities now that the GOP has won control of both houses of Congress.

"Obamacare is hurting our economy, it's hurting middle-class workers, and it's hurting the ability to create more jobs," Boehner said, adding that Republicans want to replace it with "common-sense reforms."

The new Star Wars film that's being made by director J.J. Abrams has a name: The Force Awakens. Disney released that detail today, along with news that it has completed principal photography for the film that is slated for release at the end of 2015.

For the past 17 years Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars' celebratory music has contradicted the horrors they witnessed during their country's civil war. The guitar-driven group came together in Guinean refugee camps in the late 1990s and has gone on to perform on international stages and collaborate with rock stars.

When The Bell Rings, This Teacher Flies

Nov 6, 2014

Our Secret Lives of Teachers series continues as we head into the sky with a social studies teacher with a passion for flying.

Above the hum of the propeller, Joshua Weinstein calls my attention to the Boonton Reservoir, which provides water for Jersey City. We're flying about 2,000 feet above the tree-lined streets of northern Jersey, the Manhattan skyline visible through the haze in the distance.

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