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‘Black America’s Law Firm’ Looks To Big Cases With New Leadership

The NAACP Legal Defense Fund has been called the law firm for black America. Once run by Thurgood Marshall, the […]

Coverage Rapid, And Often Wrong, In Tragedy’s Early Hours

Nearly everyone reported so many things wrong in the first 24 hours after the Sandy Hook shootings that it’s hard […]

Reports: Obama Delivers Boehner New Offer On Fiscal Crisis

Citing sources close to the debt talks, both the New York Times and the Associated Press are reporting that President […]

At Funeral Services For Newtown Victims, Sharing Memories And Grief

Two first-graders killed in the Newtown shootings were the first victims to be laid to rest at funeral services Monday. […]

Lead Poisoning Cases Offer New Reminder About Hazards Of Ancient Remedies

These days, just about everyone seems to be looking for more natural alternatives to what they eat and drink. So […]

After A Year Of Study, Twin Probes Crash Into Moon

At about 5:30 p.m. on Monday, two washing machine-sized space probes crashed into the surface of the moon. It was […]

Don’t Like The Government? Make Your Own, On International Waters

Almost all of us have complaints about the government, which probably range from high taxes to too much bureaucracy. Periodically, […]

Federal-State Tug Of War: Drawing The Lines In Immigration Overhaul

Inside a modest storefront in Loxley, Ala., 18-year-old Maria Lola Melisio points out the Mexican spices and other products for […]

Some Senators Show Willingness To Take On Gun Laws

As President Obama spoke to mourning families in Newtown, Conn., on Sunday night, he clearly seemed to suggest a need […]

Sen. Daniel Inouye Dies At 88, As Senate Loses Its Most Senior Member

Sen. Daniel Inouye of Hawaii, 88, has died of respiratory complications, according to reports from the AP and other news […]

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