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U.S. Seeks to Block China Mobile's Entry, Escalating Tension

The U.S. moved to block China Mobile Ltd. from entering its telecommunications market on national security grounds, launching another salvo in the …

Nas premieres Kanye-produced new album ‘Nasir’

It's here...<p>Nas has held a listening party in New York to debut ‘Nasir’, his new album produced by Kanye West.<p>The record began streaming late last …

6ix9ine Claims He Signed $15 Million Deal with Cash Money

6ix9ine reportedly has a new home. The controversial Brooklyn rapper is now claiming that he has signed a deal with Birdman’s Cash Money imprint …

Jets fight to beat Chiefs, help coach Todd Bowles retain job

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- This was a game in which a team could have lied down on its coach. The New York Jets were down two touchdowns to the Kansas …

The Best Hip-Hop on Bandcamp: November 2017

This month’s essential hip-hop picks star projects that weave in political commentary and personal reflection—although from a production point of …

Lil Boosie Jacked For Over $300,000 – By His Own Brother

LIL BOOSIE ROBBED BY HIS OWN BROTHER! READ MORE!

A tiny Texas border city is leading the charge against the state’s immigration crackdown

By Maria Sacchetti and<p>Maria Sacchetti<p>Reporter covering immigrant communities and Immigration and Customs Enforcement<p>Email Bio Follow<p>Sandhya Somashekhar<p>Sandhya Somashekhar<p>National correspondent<p>Email Bio Follow<p>EL CENIZO, Tex. — This scrappy city of rickety homes on the U.S.-Mexico border cannot …

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Noose found at African American history museum in D.C.

(Reuters) - A noose, a symbol of racial lynching, was found on Wednesday on the floor of an exhibit about segregation at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution officials said.<p>FILE PHOTO - The Washington Monument rises behind the …