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Actress Meagan Good and actor Chris Brown present an award during the 37th Annual NAACP Image Awards on Feb. 25, 2006 Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Would The NAACP Honor Donald Sterling Anyway?

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Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling attends the NBA playoff game between the Clippers and the Golden State Warriors on April 21. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cheng Chui Ping, also known as "Sister Ping," died last Thursday. She portrayed herself as a clothing shop owner, but government investigators said her main business was smuggling Chinese immigrants into the U.S. Getty Images hide caption

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Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling and V. Stiviano watch the Clippers play the Los Angeles Lakers during a 2010 NBA preseason game. Danny Moloshok/AP hide caption

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El Norteño says this mural tells the story of a grown man haunted by the bullies from his childhood. Brenda Delgadillo Canett. hide caption

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More Art, Less Tequila In Tijuana On Spring Break

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Riley, Granddad and Huey in a scene from the "Breaking Granddad" episode of the animated series The Boondocks. AP hide caption

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'Boondocks' Returns After Four Years To An Altered Comedy Landscape

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Rep. Mike Honda (left) walks down the House steps with Rep. Raul Ruiz after a vote at the Capitol on March 20, 2013. Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call hide caption

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In Asian-Majority District, House Race Divides Calif. Voters

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