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Former President Barack Obama called for stricter gun control in the aftermath of mass shootings in Texas, Ohio and Chicago over the weekend. 53 people were shot in Obama's hometown of Chicago, where gun control laws are already restrictive. Seven of the Chicago victims died.

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Pras Michel, one of the founding members of the GRAMMY-winning hip-hop group the Fugees, tools around Los Angeles in a luxury Rolls Royce Ghost. He wears expensive designer clothing, and his bank accounts once contained $37.5 million - before the feds seized it all last year.

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Lauren London is about that life. The 34-year-old actress dressed her children in blue, the color associated with fiancé Nipsey Hussle's gang, the Rolling 60s Crips. Thousands attended Nipsey's memorial service at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Thursday.

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Bernie Sanders, President Trump

Bernie Sanders has announced his intention to run for President of the United States again. Bernie was famously sabotaged by his own Party in favor of the Democrat's choice for President - Hillary Clinton. Their decision backfired badly when Trump upset Clinton to win the election by a landslide in 2016.

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Black History Month

Buzzfeed News has compiled an amazing collection of pictures for Black History Month that speak to the struggles, oppression and triumphs of Black people in America. The photos range from an era when Blacks were sold as chattel to the present day when a half-Black man was elected President of the United States.

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Duron Harmon

Duron Harmon, the New England Patriots' hero safety, says he will refuse a White House invitation to celebrate winning Super Bowl LIII with his teammates.

Harmon's defensive plays late in the 4th quarter were key to sealing the Patriots' victory over the hapless Los Angeles Rams by a final score of 13-3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Sunday.

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Douglas Emhoff, Kamala Harris

Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) held her campaign kick-off rally in her hometown of Oakland, Calif. on Sunday, days after announcing her bid to become the nation's 46th President. The 54-year-old candidate's first political rally drew over 20,000 enthusiastic supporters.

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  • Trump: Blacks/Hispanics hardest hit by illegal immigration
  • 1/3 migrant women raped on way to U.S.
  • Children used as pawns by ruthless MS13 gangs
  • Open border pipeline for drugs, crime killing Americans
  • Trump: We welcome ‘lawful' immigrants
  • Border wall will pay for itself
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