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Cancer Is Killing Fewer Americans, But a Racial Gap Endures

Here’s some good news, courtesy of the American Cancer Society’s annual Facts & Figures report: Fewer Americans are getting and dying from cancer, at least as of 2015, continuing a long decline seen s... read more

Racial gap widening in colon cancer deaths; Rates nearly 50 higher in blacks than whites

according to American Cancer Society research being released Monday. The gap has been growing since the mid-1970s, when colon cancer death rates for the two racial groups were nearly equal. "We have s... read more

“We Need to Destroy the Republican Party”: A Conservative Luminary Calls for a Clean Start

You wrote, “I am now convinced that coded racial appeals—those dog whistles—had ... like all these videotapes of police officers killing and abusing African Americans. The evidence is right there, on ... read more

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Cancer Deaths Fell 25 Percent Since 1991

(NBC News) - Fewer Americans ... the cancer death rate was 15 percent higher in blacks than in whites in 2014, increasing access to care as a result of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act m... read more

Equal healthcare should be a core value of society

Yet for many African-American women, a breast cancer diagnosis remains an automatic death sentence. Anand questioned a racial disparity in breast cancer ... more likely to die than a white woman and t... read more

The Daily 202: How Mike Bloomberg scared off Anthony Weiner from challenging him in 2009

They thought any Democratic nominee had a built-in floor of around 45 percent because of automatic support from Latinos and African Americans. Bloomberg’s ... to blame Saudi Arabia for Khashoggi’s kil... read more

Can Our Democracy Survive Tribalism?

Healthy tribalism endures ... the gap in Christian identification between Democrats and Republicans has increased by 50 percent. In 2004, 44 percent of Latinos voted Republican for president; in 2016, ... read more

Yes, Trump supporters voted to implement racism and bigotry

The Electoral College tells us it wasn’t even close, never mind that pesky 2.2 Million vote gap for Hillary ... and class based rather than racial for some, the point remains. You still knowingly frac... read more

‘This Week’ Transcript: Carly Fiorina

The shocking revelation in "To Kill A Mockingbird's" brand new sequel ... She's going to address what she calls the defining challenge of our time, the wage gap, the fact that Americans are working ha... read more

Human Rights Record of United States in 2010

The Human Rights Record of the United States ... African-American women and men were 17 times and 7 times, respectively, more likely to contract HIV/AIDS than white people, and twice more likely to de... read more

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