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President Bush Pushes His Budget and Programs, Cites Philly Mayor Street in First Capitol Hill Speech
George W. Bush (American president) (Speeches, addresses, etc), John F. Street (American mayor.); 1943-, Budget (United States)
Black Reps. Press for End to Racial Profiling During Meeting with Attorney General Ashcroft
John D. Ashcroft; 1942-., Congressional Black Caucus, Racial profiling
Black Caucus Holds Special Election Reform Hearing on Capital Hill
Kweisi Mfume; 1948-., Eddie Bernice Johnson; 1935-., Congressional Black Caucus, Electoral reform, Presidential elections (2000), Elections (Florida)
Connecticut Man Faces 20 Years in Prison for Role in Mother and Child Murders
B. J. Brown; d. 1999 (Murder), Karen Clarke (Murder), Russell Peeler, Adrian Peeler (Trials, litigation, etc)
How to Ground Jet Lag During Your Trip
Travel (Health aspects), Jet lag
Toni Morrison Celebrates 70th Birthday with Gala Tribute in New York
Toni Morrison (American novelist); 1931- (Birth)
Driver of Car in Drive-by Murder of Rae Carruth's Girlfriend Gets 12 Years
Cherica Adams; d. 1999 (Murder), Michael Kennedy (Trials, litigation, etc)
University of South Florida Accused of Covering Up Bias Probe
Dione Smith (Trials, litigation, etc), Hiram Green, University of South Florida (Suits and claims), Sex discrimination in sports
Evander Holyfield Loses WBA Title, But Says He Won't Quit Boxing
Evander Holyfield, John Ruiz; 1972-., Boxing
Clinton, Poitier Get Major Honors at NAACP Image Awards
Bill Clinton (American president); 1946- (Awards), Sidney Poitier (American actor and film director) (Awards), Steve Harvey (American comedian and actor) (Awards), National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Image Awards

Hollywood's Leading Black Men Tackle Love, Sex and Friendship in Film 'The Brothers'.
Bill Bellamy (video jockey and comedian.), Shemar Moore (American actor.); 1970-, Morris Chestnut (American actor.); 1969-, D. L. Hughley (American comedian.), Brothers (Motion picture)

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