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NAACP, Wells Fargo Open Financial Literacy Center In D.C.

The NAACP and Wells Fargo are working together to address racial discrimination in the housing market. The NAACP sued the company over racial discrimination, but it pulled the suit so it could partner with the bank.

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King Assassination Marked With Workers' Rally In D.C.

Monday marks the 43rd anniversary of the assassination of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Local union members and representatives of the NAACP used the occasion to rally support for workers around the region.

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Maryland Jockey Club Lobbies For State Loan

The Maryland Jockey Club says it can break even this year after posting heavy financial losses over the past three years, but only if it gets help from the state General Assembly.

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The Bottom Line: Who Are 'Google's Worker Bees'?

Google sends your emails, gives you driving directions and answers just about every question you might have. But earlier this month a court decision regarding its books project showed that Google is not perfect. A Virginia professor with a new book about the company says we should always keep that in mind.

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Pr. George's County Exec. Delivers First State Of The Economy Address

In Prince George's County, Md., Executive Rushern Baker is mapping out the economic future for the county.

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Politics And Prose Finds New Owners

Politics and Prose, the bookstore and D.C. institution for 27 years, is changing hands. The store announced this week that two former Washington Post journalists -- Bradley Graham and his wife Lissa Muscatine -- are the soon-to-be owners.

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Ocean City Chosen To Host National Extreme Sports Tour

In Maryland, Ocean City has been chosen to host the first leg of the 2011 DEW Tour, a nationally televised extreme sports event.