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Charles Manson Is Dead | Black America Web

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES (AP) — Charles Manson, the hippie cult leader who became the hypnotic-eyed face of evil across America after orchestrating the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles during the summer of 1969, died Sunday after nearly a half-century in prison. He was 83. Manson, whose name to this day is synonymous with unspeakable violence and madness, died of natural causes at Kern County hospital, according to a California Department of Corrections statement. A petty criminal who had been in and out of jail since childhood, the charismatic, guru-like Manson surrounded himself in the...

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Report: No One Is Quite Sure What Omarosa Does In White House

[ad_1] When it comes to the specifics about her job at the White House, Omarosa Manigault’s role isn’t exactly clear — not even to her. In an interview with the Daily Beast, Elaina Plott reports that while the Apprentice star has a top salary and a high-ranking job at the White House, when the reporter spent time with Omarosa, it was all about the wedding she was planning. Plott reached out to Donald Trump’s communications director for the Office of Public Liaison and asked what her day-to-day consists of, and Manigault’s reply was simple: “Everything.” When Plott met with Omarosa for part one of what was supposed to be a two-part interview,...

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Diana Ross Honored At American Music Awards

[ad_1] (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP) The 2017 American Music Awards marked a night of unison, positive vibes and American pride as musicians spoke about coming together in a year dominated by natural disasters, violence and divisive politics. Kelly Clarkson and Pink kicked off the three-hour show Sunday with a performance honoring those affected by tragic events of the year, from hurricanes to hate crimes. First responders stood behind Jamie Foxx, who gave a heartfelt speech before the pop stars sang R.E.M.’s “Everybody Hurts.” This year “was a year that tested our faith. In these moments of crisis, heroes emerged,” he said. “As this...

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Little Known Black History Fact: LeToya Cantrell

[ad_1] LaToya Cantrell can now count herself among the growing number of history-making Black mayors across the country. She was just elected as New Orleans first woman mayor in the city’s 300-year history, which brings together her years-long efforts to bring help and revitalize the city. Cantrell was born in Los Angles, California on April 3, 1972. She moved to Louisiana to attend Xavier University,  graduating with a degree in sociology. After her graduation from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, she returned to New Orleans, settling in the Broadmoor neighborhood. When her neighborhood was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina, Cantrell became...

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बिटकॉइन और बिटकॉइन खनन क्या है ? What is Bitcoin & Bitcoin Mining ?

In this video you will get A to Z about Bitcoin & Bitcoin mining. This video is made with layman language so that anyone can understand what is Bitcoin & Bitcoin Mining. This 30 mins. video will make you understand about bitcoin & you will be able to make people aware about Bitcoin & Bitcoin mining. source...

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Earle Hyman Of ‘Cosby Show’ Fame Is Dead At 91

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES (AP) — Earle Hyman, a veteran actor of stage and screen who was widely known for playing Russell Huxtable on “The Cosby Show,” has died. Jordan Strohl, a representative for The Actors Fund, says that Hyman died Friday at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood, New Jersey. He was 91. A North Carolina native, Hyman made his Broadway debut as a teenager in 1943. He would go on to become a charter member of the American Shakespeare Theater. In 1980 Hyman received a Tony nomination for “The Lady From Dubuque.” Hyman is best known, however, for “The Cosby Show”...

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Fantasia ‘Christmas After Midnight’ Tour Kicks Off

[ad_1] Fantasia is back with a new album, a new record label and a fresh nationwide tour for the holidays. The singer not only released her first yuletide album, “Christmas After Midnight.” The set doubles as the first project under her Rock Soul Entertainment banner via Concord Records. She’ll support the project with a national tour that launches in Dallas on Nov. 19. “Now that Rock Soul is completely my baby and my vision, I’m going to do things I’ve always wanted to do,” says the “American Idol” champ, “without feeling like I can’t look or sing a certain way. Everything happens for...

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Anthony Atamanuik: The late-night comic who plays off Trump’s ‘inner self’

[ad_1] Donald Trump was one of 17 candidates in the GOP primaries when actor Anthony Atamanuik did his first impersonation of him during an improv show at Upright Citizens Brigade in New York. "He announced on my birthday, on June 15, and I thought it was pretty silly at the time," Atamanuik recalled. Lots of reporters and commentators felt the same way. "But by August, I was like, 'Well, this guy's for real.' And I thought it would be funny to do him," the comedian said....

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Black Pastor Supports Trump And Roy Moore

[ad_1] Source: J. Countess / Getty Oh the hypocrisy of it all!!! Black Trump-loviPastor Mark Burns continues to make some controversial statements on cable news. His most recent faux-pas went down on Saturday when he told MSNBC’s Joy Reid that being moral is not a requirement to be a political leader in this country. COME AGAIN! It all started during an on-air discussion of Roy Moore, a Republican running for the Alabama State Senate who has been accused of sexually abusing teenage girls. When asked about whether or not Moore should still run, Burns said that morality isn’t that big of a deal with it comes...

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