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100 Greatest Albums from 2005

The year 2005 marked a significant period in the history of popular music. From indie rock to hip-hop and everything in between, the diversity and quality of music released in this year was unparalleled. It was the year that saw the emergence of new and exciting artists, as well as the return of some legendary

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100 Greatest Albums from 1996

The year 1996 was a transformative year in the world of music. The 90s grunge and alternative rock sound had already peaked, paving the way for a new wave of artists to take over the airwaves with their innovative sounds and genres. From rap to country, the music industry witnessed a flurry of activity as

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100 Greatest Albums from 1995

The year 1995 marked a significant milestone in music history. With the rise of alternative rock and hip-hop, it was a year that saw some of the most iconic albums of all time released. From classic debut albums to genre-defining masterpieces, 1995 has been hailed as one of the best years for music. In this

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100 Greatest Albums from 1990

In the world of music, the 1990s marked a time of great change, experimentation, and innovation. This decade saw the rise of new genres, from grunge to hip-hop, and the emergence of new stars, such as Nirvana, Tupac, and Radiohead. The music industry was transformed by the introduction of new technologies, such as CDs, digital

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Financial Literacy 101: getting your credit back on track

By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, msayles@afro.com After three decades of financial industry work, Heather Philp, senior vice president of credit card product management at Wells Fargo Bank, has seen it all. While some things in the finance industry have changed– many things stay the same. Financial literacy will always be key to effectively managing

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Black publishers request Speaker McCarthy grant equal access to 41K hours of Jan. 6 Commission footage after Fox News receives documents

On March 6, the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) asked for access to the more than 40,000 hours of video footage used to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. The videos have already been shared with Fox News host Tucker Carlson By Business Wire The National Newspaper Publishers Association

Biden FCC nominee withdraws, following bruising lobbying battle – The Washington Post

Biden FCC nominee withdraws, following bruising lobbying battle  The Washington Post FCC nominee withdraws her nomination after Manchin opposition  CNN Joe Manchin to vote against Biden’s FCC pick Gigi Sohn  New York Post Gigi Sohn Withdraws as Nominee for Federal Communications Commission  The Wall Street Journal Biden’s FCC nominee withdraws name  The Hill