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Finish the job of Medgar Evers To the editor: Mississippi’s tireless civil-rights worker, Medgar Evers, was killed 50 years ago. An assassin’s bullet mortally wounded Evers in front of his home, leaving a widow and depriving three...
Autoblog.comFiled under: Government/Legal License plates can be great ways for states to show off their history, but as Oklahoma has realized, they can create some drama, too. In this case, Keith Cressman is attempting to sue the state over the depiction of the...
The judge said he thought for a long time about sentencing the angry defendant who had accused him of acting in a racist manner and forcing the sickly woman to stand trial in April. And then he showed the convicted Ponzi schemer mercy and respect on...
Will “Man of Steel” become Warner Bros.’ next big superhero franchise? Certainly the studio hopes so, especially now that the “Dark Knight” trilogy has completed. But Superman fans are also invested, crossing their fingers...
RICHMOND – Fresh off their wins in the primary election the Democratic nominees for lieutenant governor and attorney general joined gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe at a rally in Richmond Wednesday, where they contrasted themselves with their...
Sen. Ralph Northam of Norfolk won the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor and Sen. Mark Herring of Loudoun won the Democratic nomination for attorney general in Tuesday's sparsely attended primary election. Northam beat Aneesh Chopra in the...
Asked once to sum up what it means to be a Christian, the Rev. Will D. Campbell said: "We are all bastards, but God loves us anyway." That belief compelled his unusual life as a Southern Baptist minister who rejected organized religion, played a...
Voters head to the polls Tuesday to chose the Democratic nominees for lieutenant governor and attorney general. In the lieutenant governor's primary, state Sen. Ralph Northam of Norfolk will face off against Aneesh Chopra, who is President Barack Obama'...
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The Rev. Will D. Campbell was a poor white boy from Mississippi who preached his first sermon from a pulpit stocked with a Bible from the Ku Klux Klan. But this son of the segregated South — a self-avowed "good ol' boy with crazy ideas" —...
"Hello Herman," a school shooting drama about a Justin Bieber look-alike who murders 39 kids and three adults, opens with the all-too-familiar images: police tape, sobbing students, scrambling news anchors and headline-grasping senators. But Lax Morales...
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Everyone begged William Lewis Moore not to go to Mississippi. His pastor told him he would get killed walking around in a sandwich board sign protesting segregation. His family worried about where he would sleep and eat. Even fellow civil rights...
Hosie Miller, a black farmer and Baptist deacon in Newton, Ga., was fatally shot in 1965 after he reportedly told a white neighbor he wanted to settle a dispute in court. The FBI closed the case in 2011, saying agents believe the neighbor was responsible,...
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