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Little Known Black History Fact: Congresswoman Maxine Waters

[ad_1] California Congresswoman Maxine Waters has become one of the most vocal critics of President Donald Trump, making her an enemy of the conservative pundits. Waters made headlines this week after Fox News host Bill O’ Reilly took a jab at the congresswoman, showed blatant disrespect for what has been a steadily rising career of service. Waters was born August 15, 1938 in St. Louis as the fifth of 13th children raised by a single mother. Waters moved west to Los Angeles with her former husband, Edward Waters, after she graduated high school and Waters found odd jobs including working at...

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Ed Hartwell’s ‘Friend’ Exposes His Side Chick And Alleged Plan To End Keshia’s Pregnancy

[ad_1] Keshia Knight Pulliam and Ed Hartwell’s divorce took a new, ugly turn this week when a friend or ex-friend now, we’re sure, told her story. She says that not only did Hartwell have a side chick, he was allegedly plotting to end Keshia’s pregnancy. How this pair was ever happy enough is the biggest question in this fiasco. TMZ reports: A friend of Keshia Knight Pulliam’s estranged husband says Ed Hartwell’s girlfriend made an ominous request about something to “cause a miscarriage” during Keshia’s pregnancy. The friend, Damia Ward-Henley, made the revelation in new court docs filed by Keshia in her divorce...

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Massive Fire Causes Bridge Collapse In Atlanta

[ad_1] ATLANTA (AP) — A massive fire caused an interstate bridge to collapse during rush hour Thursday in Atlanta, just minutes after witnesses said police halted traffic and turned cars away from the crumbling overpass. However, officials said no one was hurt despite dramatic images of massive flames and towering plumes of smoke. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports (http://on-ajc.com/2nl88ef ) the fire burned for more than an hour under I-85 northbound near Piedmont Road, spewing large plumes of black smoke skyward. The interstate — a major artery for the U.S. South that runs through the heart of Atlanta — was closed indefinitely. The...

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