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Suge Knight Allegedly Hits Man With Car, Victim Dies

Very tragic news. Reportedly, Suge Knight was involved in an incident today, that allegedly left a man dead. According to TMZ, the 49-year-old was allegedly in a fight in Compton, on the set of a film project. Reportedly, witnesses state that he was on set, for the NWA documentary, that involved the Game, Ice Cube
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Standoff Between D.C. Fire Department and Metro Escalates With Latest Incident Report

The standoff between Metro and D.C. fire officials over the incident on Jan. 12 that filled a subway train with smoke and left one passenger dead continued to escalate Friday evening, with the release of a city report that contradicts information given by Metro. The effort to rescue passengers from the train appears to have
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Wall leads Wizards over Nuggets in OT, 117-115

DENVER (AP) – John Wall scored six of his 19 points in overtime and had 16 assists as the Washington Wizards beat the Denver Nuggets 117-115 on Sunday night. Continue reading Kris Humphries had a season-high 21 points and 14 rebounds to help Washington stop a two-game skid. Ty Lawson had 31 points and 12
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First Church UCC

150-year-old Church Builds on a Distinctive Past for a Creative Future – First Congregational United Church of Christ  Sidney D. Fowler, Pastor 202.870.0316/202.628.4317 SidFowler@comcast.net  (Washington, DC) First Congregational United Church of Christ is celebrating its 150th anniversary by looking to the future. Founded by abolitionists in 1865 immediately after the Civil War, the congregation was
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US Marshal Service at Lotus Lounge on 14th and K Street, NW

  Thanks to a reader for sending: “Big crowd in front of our office building this morning. Six U.S. Marshals are here to close Lotus Lounge.” Washington Business Journal previously reported. Source: Popville  

Preservation Authorities on MLK Library: Don’t Mess With Mies

Three days after the country celebrated the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., the city’s historic preservation board will take up the question of his legacy in another way tomorrow, holding a hearing on the future of the central library that bears his name. But the more radical plans to overhaul and expand the Martin Luther King
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