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Forty, 50, even 60 years later, Athens High and Industrial School and Burney-Harris High School alumni still remember their school song. More than 100 of them sang it Saturday after unveiling a plaque marking the site of Georgia’s first high school for African Americans at what’s now a vacant lot at the corner of North […]
President Obama remains committed to beginning a withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan next July, a White House spokesman said on Monday, playing down recent remarks by the American military commander in Afghanistan that he might recommend a delay if conditions warrant.
“It was pandemonium,” said Hay, who had traveled to the District from Charles County with her husband, sister-in-law, 25-year-old niece with special needs and two grandnieces, 11 and 14. “We were pushing our kids out of the way, trying to plaster ourselves against the wall so nobody would hurt us. There were five fights right […]
When Rodolfo Olmedo was dragged down by a group of men shouting anti-Mexican epithets and bashed over the head with a wooden stick on the street outside his home, he instinctively covered his face to keep from getting disfigured. Blood filled his mouth.
Republican strategist, Ed Rollins, who worked with Ronald Reagan’s 1984 campaign had harsh words for RNC Chairman, Michael Steele. The Washington Post says that Rollins said that Steele had “obviously been a disaster” and: Michael Steele has failed miserably to do the things you’re supposed to do: raise money, basically go out and articulate a […]