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November 09, 2015
A popeyes restaurant sign is seen on the intersections of Broadway and New Orleans a cross the street...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
A popeyes restaurant sign is seen on the intersections of Broadway and New Orleans a cross the street...
A popeyes restaurant sign is seen on the intersections of Broadway and New Orleans a cross the street from the John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland November 4, 2015. For many who knew Ben Carson in Baltimore, his U.S. presidential candidacy comes as a surprise. Over more than three decades as a Baltimore resident ending in 2013, Carson - now a front-runner in the race for the Republican Party nomination - rarely spoke about his political views. An unassailable local hero, a Johns Hopkins Hospital neurosurgeon, Carson put his wealth to use helping the poor. He established a scholarship program for school children and hosted a banquet each year to honor its recipients. Picture taken November 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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