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A Young Money Artist Is Wanted for Second-Degree Murder

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This year hasn’t been kind to Lil Wayne. His tour bus has been shot at (allegedly by Young Thug’s tour manager), he’s chasing after referees at charity games and Tha Carter V still isn’t dropping anytime soon. Now, there’s a double-murder thrown into his bad luck.

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Jay Rock Continues The Hype With “Money Trees Deuce”

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Cam Newton Just Made a Huge Come-Up With His New Contract

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Cam Newton has been one of the surest weapons for the Panthers since 2009 — when Jake Delhomme went out rather ignominiously with his five-interception playoffs performance. Carolina had to lock it down, and the organization definitely did just that.

Newton will make some serious bank with the Panthers. The

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Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby Attacked For Doing Her Job

Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby Attacked For Doing Her Job

Former Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich came out against state attorney Marilyn Mosby and defended Baltimore police officers Monday night during his appearance on FOX News’ The O’Reilly Factor.

According to The Daily Caller, Ehrlich said Baltimore and Maryland police officers are “very fearful” state attorney Marilyn Mosby “does not have their back.”

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ACLU Asks Judge To Improve Unsanitary, Dangerous Conditions In Baltimore Jail

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Unsanitary and dangerous conditions at the Baltimore City Detention center prompted civil rights lawyers from the American Civil Liberties Union to file a motion Tuesday alleging the city’s facilities have led to “unnecessary suffering,” the New York Times reports.

In the filing — which details the “dank and dan

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