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Statement from Senator Borris Miles on HISD Superintendent Search

"I commend the Texas Education Agency (TEA) for stepping in to take drastic, but necessary measures regarding Houston Independent School District's (HISD) superintendent search and for putting the students' interests first.

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Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee Statement on the Ongoing ITC Deer Park Fire

Jackson Lee—“Given what has transpired, there is no doubt that a federal investigation needs to proceed. Representatives of the facility’s parent company need to be in Houston, on the ground, on-site. All means must be utilized to protect surrounding communities who are continuously being impacted. I will join the congressional representative of the area and other colleagues to work as a congressional delegation to ensure a full federal review and a full federal investigation of this matter.”

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NAACP Calls for Full Release of Mueller Report, Barr Summary Not Enough

Robert Mueller stated, "While this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime [of obstruction of justice], it also does not exonerate him.” Yet that is exactly what William Barr has tried to do. It is even more imperative that we have full access to the Mueller report and evidentiary basis to learn the facts surrounding Donald Trump’s actions and potential attacks on the integrity of our democracy.

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Texas Democratic Executive Committeeman Emeritus Rodney Griffin Endorses Senator Kamala Harris for President

Rodney Griffin Texas Democratic Executive Committeeman Emeritus, endorses Senator Kamala Harris for president. Senator Harris made her first Texas visit since her announcement, Saturday in Houston.

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Texas Southern University investor rating elevated to ‘positive’

Second rating upgrade since 2017 affirmed by Moody’s Investors Services

Texas Southern University received its second consecutive financial rating upgrade since 2017 when Moody’s Investors Service revised its outlook from “stable” to “positive” and affirmed the university’s revenue financing system bonds within the Baa3 rating category.

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Paying a Debt to Society?

After Incarceration, Former Prisoners Face a Tough Journey Home to Find Work, Reunite with Family and Begin Again

Try to imagine what freedom must be like for many prisoners who've been released after serving sentences of 10, 15 or 20 years behind bars.

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Macy’s Partners with Becca's Closet and Enhances Prom with Bold Accessories

Shoppers still looking for the perfect dress? Macy’s has stylish looks from two-piece gowns to head-to-toe sequins available in all sizes and price points. Complete any prom look with the perfect finishing touches. Macy’s has a curated collection of prom accessories that will compliment any style including statement necklaces and earrings, hair clips, handbags and more.

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James Harden Named Western Conference Player of the Week

Today, the NBA announced that Houston Rockets guard James Harden has been named Western Conference Player of the Week for games played from Monday, March 18 through Sunday, March 24 (Week 22). It is Harden’s fourth Player of the Week award of the season and the 22nd of his career, all coming as a Rocket.

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New Bill Could Allow SNAP Benefits to Be Used for Fast Food

There is a new bill working its way through the Statehouse to allow people to use food stamps to buy fast food. Right now, you can only use that money to buy groceries at a store or farmer’s market but if this bill is signed into law, you could order a burger at the nearest fast food joint.

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Puzzling Number Of Men Tied To Ferguson Protests Have Died

Two young men were found dead inside torched cars. Three others died of apparent suicides. Another collapsed on a bus, his death ruled an overdose

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