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White House Responds to ACA Controversy
African Americans and the Affordable Care Act
Voter Safety on Election Day
Obama Urges Florida Residents to Vote Early
The 'Nasty Woman' Wins ... Again
Trump Admits He May Not Concede Peacefully
Hillary and Trump Face Off in Final Debate
Trump Invites Obama's Half Brother To Debate
Trump: Media More Crooked Than Clinton
White House Dismisses Trump's 'Rigging' Fears
Michelle Obama Criticizes Trump
Obama's Campaign for Hillary
Obama Legacy: My Brother's Keeper
Gore Campaigns for Clinton in Miami
Trump Threatens To Jail Clinton if Elected
Trump Issues Rare Apology After Video Emerges
Obama Shortens Sentences for 102 More Inmates
AURN Collaborates on 'Get Out the Vote' PSAs
Swing States up for Grab in Election 2016
Hillary and Trump Updated on Hurricane
Hillary Clinton Struggles With Millennials
President Obama's Approval Ratings Soar
Bill Clinton Calls ACA 'Craziest Thing Ever'
Community Policing Summit
Kaine, Pence Gear up for V.P. Debate
National Community Policing Week
King James Endorses Hillary
Trump and the Tax Issue
Trump Defends Miss Universe Tweets
Hackers Target Voter Registration Systems
First Lady Hits Campaign Trail For Hillary
Senate Votes to Override Obama Veto
The Fight for the Oval Office Continues
White House Responds to Community-Policing
Michelle Obama Cyber Hacked
What's At Stake For Black Voters?
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Ty Miller is Manager of News and Sports for American Urban Radio Networks. Since 1995, Miller has written, produced and anchored Black College Football Weekly, where the show has received numerous accolades. More ...
AURN Sr. News Anchor and Sr. Producer Kim Lampkins is a veteran, multiple award-winning broadcaster. She has interviewed as host of U.S. politicians and dignitaries, from President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, President Jimmy Carter, and President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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April Ryan, White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks (AURN), is a 30-year journalism veteran who has worked in that capacity since January 1997. More ...

AURN Afternoon news anchor Vicki Cohill started with the American Urban Radio Network as a news intern in the 80s. The Pittsburgh native juggled her love of news and music acting as a weekend disc jockey for the Network's local affiliate WAMO-FM.

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An award-winning audio journalist, De'Saundra Harris has been a part of AURN for close to a decade. In 2010, she received The American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Media Award. More ...
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