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'Broad City' stars celebrate Clinton nomination as colonial women in 'Colbert' skit

After Hillary Clinton became the first woman to accept a U.S. presidential nomination, "Broad City" stars Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer celebrated the milestone for women in a humorous way.

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Actor Richard Kind and Martin O'Malley play in Stephen Colbert skit

The Democratic National Convention saw many supporters of former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders refusing to accept that Hillary Clinton was named the nominee. And there was one fan “still fighting the good fight” for Martin O’Malley.

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This Week in Black Twitter: Coming to terms with outcome of Freddie Gray case, #ArthurMemes

Welcome back to This Week in Black Twitter, your weekly digest of the happenings on Black Twitter and cultural conversations on the web. Topics will span the gamut — with pop culture, politics, sports, lifestyles and everything in between.

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Upper Fells home said to have housed Billie Holiday for sale

An Upper Fells Point row house said to have once been home to Eleanora Fagan, widely known as jazz legend Billie Holiday, went up for sale today for $239,900.

The three-leveled 1,276-square-foot home, at 217 S.

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From Morgan to the top of Sean Combs' liquor empire

D'Angela "Dia" Simms, like much of the nation, watched intently in April 2015 as the events sparked by the death of Freddie Gray unfolded in Baltimore.

"I think we were glued to the television," said Simms, president of Combs Wine & Spirits, the alcohol business of entertainment mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs. "We were calling our family and friends to see how they were doing."

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Towson grandmother, 95, goes viral with '#ImWithHer' sign

Towson grandmother Betty Shulman is 95 and doesn't have a Twitter account. But she's gone viral nonetheless after sharing who she’ll be voting for come November.

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