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Via: The mother of slain teen Trayvon Martin found herself at  Empowerment Temple this past weekend. Sybrina Fulton shared how she is coping with the death of her son and all the public attention. Martin’s shooting death in February sparked a national outcry. Neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman was charged with second-degree murder and […]

Via: While many religious communities, black communities and black and religious communities rebel against President Obama’s decision to support gay marriage, it seems President Obamahas…

Via: Bishop T.D. Jakes has started a new campaign offering free prescription drug discounts that will purportedly give patients up to 75 percent off…

Via: Raising Taxes will take place in Baltimore over the next few weeks, including a controversial plan to more than double bottle taxes. Bottlers and Retailers say it’s unfair, but the Mayor say it’s necessary in order to improve schools. The Mayor says her bottle tax bill will help fund millions for construction and […]

Queen of Disco Donna Summer leaves behind a catalog of greatest hits, but we’ve decided to share our top five with all of you. The five-time Grammy Award winner was known for her high energy and ability to bring people of all ages and races to the dance floor. Remembering Donna Summer Breaking News: Disco […]

Via: Edwards is charged with six criminal counts including conspiracy to violate the Federal Election Campaign Act, accepting contributions that exceeded campaign finance limits, and causing his campaign to file a false financial disclosure report. He faces up to 30 years in prison and $1.5 million in fines if convicted of all charges. At […]

Via: Lawmakers are assessing the financial impact in funding teacher pensions. Currently, the state funds 100 percent of pensions for all Maryland teachers. However, in recent years that cost has skyrocketed so state lawmakers have approved a bill to begin shifting the cost to Baltimore City and the counties. Click here to read more 

Ever wondered what our President might have done before he was elected President of the United States? Or what his favorite meal is? Well we…

Via: The Maryland Senate has approved a package of budget measures to increase income taxes on people who make more than $100,000 a year and to split teacher pension costs with local governments over four years. The Senate on Tuesday also passed a tax increase on tobacco products other than cigarettes as part of […]

Via: State lawmakers are demanding an investigation after our cameras caught what appeared to be bribery in action. Until recently, the man, who’s identity we’ve concealed, worked for a firm which collects child support for the state of Maryland. We caught him, collecting whats believed to be a 150-dollar bribe promising to wipe away […]