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U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, is eligible to become the vice president or president of the United States under the 14th Amendment of the Constitution. This incontrovertible fact was confirmed by a bevy of media outlets and pundits who already knew that the former Bay Area prosecutor and California attorney general possessed the requisite qualifications…

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Joe Biden selected California Sen. Kamala Harris as his vice-presidential running mate. If Biden wins the general election in November, Harris could make history thrice as the first female, Black woman and Asian American to hold the nation’s No. 2 spot in American history. Biden, 77, the presumptive presidential nominee for the Democratic Party, made…

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Two Black female dignitaries have recently been catapulted to the forefront of consideration as Joe Biden’s vice presidential running mate.  According to Politico and The Hill, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Florida Rep. Val Demings, D-Jacksonville, were just recently considered longshots and afterthoughts to join the Biden presidential ticket. However, Bottoms, in particular, has…

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Now that Democratic presidesntial front-runner Joe Biden finally has carved out some space between himself and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, the former vice president can exhale deeply. The significant delegate lead he has over his rival has seemingly fortified the 77-year-old sufficiently enough to make audacious declarations as he did during the televised Democratic presidential…

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Letitia Owens is vice president of marketing at Presidential Business Center, a premier provider of office space to more than 170 companies and individuals. Owens manages the business with her partner Julia Hilliard and also co-produces projects for her husband’s media and video company, Dfwivideo. in addition to her current businesses, she has been a…

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Corey Laney is an accomplished business development leader with over 17 years of experience driving revenue through building and maintaining supplier relationships. He’s currently the vice president marketing, business development at Republic National Distributing Company, where he serves as a key member of the executive team that’s charged with formulating strategic direction and devising business development…

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United States Vice President Mike Pence left the Indianapolis Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers game early after he witnessed players protesting the national anthem. Eleven 49ers kneeled on Sunday with another teammate’s hand on the kneeling player’s shoulder for support. San Fransisco has probably been the team with the most players consistently participating in the national anthem…

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On Wednesday, Jan. 14, Real Times Media (RTM) hosted its sixth edition of DRIVEN: A Tribute to Multicultural Achievement in the Automotive Industry during auto show week in Detroit. DRIVEN is an event that highlights and chronicles minority experience in the automotive industry. The sixth edition of the event celebrated the contributions and success stories of…

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Hillary Clinton recently announced that she will run for president of the United States, no big surprise to many people. However, no politician actively campaigns to be vice president. The question now becomes if she succeeds in getting the Democratic nomination, who will she choose as running mate? Here are five Black politicians who would make good…

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Vice President Joe Biden has always had that lovable lapdog vibe going on. He makes no bones about wanting to be loved and appreciated and paid attention to, like most of us, but he does it in a way that is totally opposite of Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus — it’s not calculated and rehearsed…

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President Obama’s gun control campaign has ignited one of the fiercest and most bitter political debates of the modern era. Gun control advocates, which includes many celebrities, say that new gun laws are needed to curb the kind of senseless massacres that occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn. Gun rights groups, which also…

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Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney didn’t pick former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to run beside him  as his vice presidential running mate — even though he desperately wanted to pick her — because of two major political sticking points, the media is reporting. Rice goes against the grain of the conservative wing of her party in…

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Debbie Ludwig, vice president of Comerica Bank, says the three attributes of a successful woman are: Enjoy your work; balance your work and home life; and to ask for help when you need to. Most important, Ludwig says success comes to those who work hard for it, no matter your gender. “Having grown up in…

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