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A missing 4-year-old Houston girl and her 2 brothers were recently returned home after spending six months in the custody of Child Protective Services, according to published reports. Maleah Davis has been missing since Friday night, when her stepfather, Derion Vence, told police 3 men abducted the girl.

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President Donald Trump's former consigliere Michael Cohen arrived at a federal prison about 70 miles north of New York City on Monday. Cohen will begin serving a three-year sentence for tax crimes and violations of campaign finance laws in connection with a payment to a former adult film star who had an affair with Trump.

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The mayor of a small Georgia town is on the hot seat for remarks she made about a Black candidate for the job of city administrator. Hoschton is a small Georgia hamlet that, until today, many Atlantans didn't know existed. Mayor Theresa Kenerly may have put put the tiny town of fewer than 2,000 residents on the map when she withheld a candidate from consideration for the job of city administrator because he is Black.

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Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has given birth to her first child, a baby boy. The actress who is married to Britain's Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, went into labor in the early hours of Monday morning, Buckingham Palace has announced. She is a week past her due date, which was previously announced as April 28.

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Houston police continue their frantic search for a 4-year-old girl allegedly abducted by three Hispanic males "sometime Friday night" in Sugar Land, Texas. An Amber alert was issued for Maleah Davis on Saturday after the girl's stepfather, Derion Vence, claimed he was carjacked by three males and dropped off along with his 1-year-old son in Sugar Land.

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Minister Louis Farrakhan has been banned by Facebook and Instagram as a "dangerous individual." Facebook, which owns Instagram, made the announcement on Thursday. Farrakhan was banned along with conservative bloggers Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopoulos, Laura Loomer, Paul Joseph Watson and others who are deemed "dangerous individuals and organizations."

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A billionaire pharmaceutical executive in China reportedly paid $6.5 million to a California man to get his daughter into Stanford University. The Los Angeles Times broke the story. Stanford acknowledged receiving $770,000 from William "Rick" Singer (pictured) on behalf of three students. Two of the students didn't enroll at Stanford. A third student was admitted to the school as a recruit on Stanford's sailing team, despite not having experience as a crew member.

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A Waka Flocka Flame rap concert was canceled following a deadly shooting on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte on Tuesday night, April 30. One man was taken into custody after a shooting on the campus which left two people dead and injured four more.

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A former Minneapolis police officer was found guilty of 3rd-degree felony murder in the shooting death of an unarmed woman who had called 911 to report a possible rape behind her home. Justine Damond, an Australian-American resident, was unarmed and wearing pajamas when Mohamed Noor shot her in an alley behind her home.

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A shocking video shows the moment a Brazilian supermodel collapsed and died on a catwalk during Sao Paulo Fashion Week. Tales Soares, also known as Tales Cotta, collapsed during the Ocksa fashion show on the last day of SPFW on Saturday, April 27.

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A model died after collapsing on the runway during the Ocksa fashion show on the last day of Sao Paulo Fashion Week in Brazil on Saturday, April 27.

The model, who was identified as Tales Soares, 26, did not appear to be stricken or ill as he walked the runway.

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FBI and IRS Agents raided the homes and offices of embattled Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh who has been out on leave since a criminal investigation was launched into her business dealings. Pugh is facing calls to resign over a scandal that involves sales of her children's books to entities that do business with the city of Baltimore.

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Howard University students are at war with their rich neighbors who use the campus yard like it's a dog park. For weeks now the students have expressed their concern about neighbors bringing their dogs to soil the historical campus yard.

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