New Pittsburgh Courier Editorial Staff

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Entertainment

T-Real making music on his terms…Focuses on love, world peace, fun

T-REAL Tajah Russell wasn’t interested in trucks and dirt piles like most eight-year-old boys. The prolific entertainer knew he wanted to follow in the footsteps of his older brother, Donald “DJ” Russell and pursue a rap career. “DJ loved rap too, but he was a family man who had a vision to help his younger brother live out his dream,” said Donald Russell Sr., who serves as his son Tajah, “T-Real” Russell’s manager. “DJ was Taj’s number one fan and biggest supporter.”

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Opinion

Obama must calm fears on health law

The attacks against President Barack Obama’s health-care law’s rollout will likely intensify now that millions of Americans are losing health insurance plans he repeatedly said they could keep under his signature Affordable Care Act. Obama on Thursday apologized to those who are losing health insurance plans.