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Donald Trump’s Latest Conflict of Interest Is on Full Display

View of the hotel sign after the Trump letters were removed from outside the hotel in Panama City on March 5, 2018. (Photo: Rodrigo Arangua / AFP / Getty Images) President Donald Trump is facing a new potential scandal as reports surface suggesting his administration may have pressured the government of Panama into helping one…

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Choosing The Right Hotel In Delaware

Are you going to be taking a trip to Delaware sometime soon? If you are, you may need to find a hotel for your stay. You should be careful about the hotel you pick; having the right hotel can make a big difference. These essential tips will help you to find a room in one…

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Martin Luther King: how a rebel leader was lost to history

On 15 January 1998, what would have been Martin Luther King’s 69th birthday, James Farmer was awarded the presidential medal of freedom in the White House’s East Room. “He has never sought the limelight,” said the then president, Bill Clinton. “And until today, I frankly think he’s never got the credit he deserves. His long…

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2018 Talent

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Creating Condo Demand From Short Supply Of Waterfront Property

Brickell is becoming ground zero for condo termination, in which developers buy old condos and replace them with newer and bigger properties. Real estate in Miami-Dade County has ebbed and flowed according to the waters bordering it – the tenet of location, location, location. The tide has since turned, though. The city is looking upward,…

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Report Updates Landmark 1968 Racism Study, Finds More Poverty, More Segregation

Former Democratic Sen. Fred Harris of Oklahoma, seen in August 2017, holds a copy of The Kerner Report, as he discusses its 50th anniversary. Harris is the last surviving member of the Kerner Commission. In 1967, over 100 cities, large and small, exploded in fire and violence, the result of decades of discrimination against black…

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House majority leader running state-funded nonprofit

DOVER — One of the General Assembly’s most powerful members recently got a second job running a nonprofit that receives state dollars. House Majority Leader Valerie Longhurst, a Bear Democrat, began working as executive director of the Police Athletic League of Delaware about three weeks ago. PAL was earmarked about $147,000 in taxpayer money through…

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Brooklyn’s last port is clinging to a site coveted by developers

Photo: Buck Ennis The Red Hook Container Terminal Michael Stamatis sees helicopters. Not the ones carrying sightseers or shuttling Wall Streeters to the Hamptons. These hover over the 80 acres of prime Brooklyn waterfront that Stamatis controls as operator of the Red Hook Container Terminal. “It’s the developers,” Stamatis said. “It’s no secret they have…

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