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- Medical Costs May Drop in Metro Counties, Mississippi Overall This YearMississippians could see cost drops in health insurance this year with the federal government's Tuesday announcement that it expects a 4% cost decrease nationwide this year for subsidized health-care plans.
- Mississippi HBCUs Among Worst Targets of Discriminatory LendingHistorically black colleges and universities in Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana pay three times more in underwriting fees than do their non-HBCU counterparts, a new economics study found.
- ACRI Lecture Series: Shooting the EnemyHip-hop activist and photojournalist Harry Allen has earned a tenured position in hip-hop culture for his prominent voice in politics, race relations and history for more than 30 years.
- CJ FoxWhen CJ Fox checked her voicemail on Oct. 8 to be told that her child would not be able to return to daycare if she did not pay her overdue childcare bill, she was confused. Her three children were in ...
- Nick Cave: Feat., Take a Slice Out Hunger and One Night Stand Art ShowOn Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019, at 4:30 p.m., The Mississippi Museum of Art will host a preview tour of its newest traveling exhibition, "Nick Cave: Feat." for media only. The exhibit itself opens to members on Oct. 25 and to ...
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- Secretary of State Nominees Differ on Expanding Early VotingTwo candidates for secretary of state said Monday that they have different ideas about whether Mississippi should change its laws to expand early voting.
- Trump to Visit Mississippi Days Before Statewide ElectionPresident Donald Trump announced Friday that he will appear in Mississippi to rally Republicans days before statewide elections.
- Analysis: Republicans Show Unity, but Only Some Democrats DoMississippi Republican candidates are at least making noises about supporting each other for statewide offices this year. Most Democrats, however, are not campaigning as a unified ticket.
- Powerful Democratic Congressman Elijah Cummings Has DiedMaryland Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, a sharecropper's son who rose to become a civil rights champion and the powerful chairman of one of the U.S. House committees leading an impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, died Thursday of complications from ...
- Republican Politician Charged in Human Trafficking Adoption SchemePaul Petersen, the Republican assessor of Maricopa County in Arizona, was charged in Utah, Arizona and Arkansas with counts including human smuggling, sale of a child, fraud, forgery and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
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