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Robert S. Graetz describes the night of the bombing, an attack memorialized in a note handwritten by Mrs. Parks, which now belongs to him. [Read More]
Almost a year into an anti-harassment movement that has prompted a coast-to-coast cultural reckoning, Shooter and Sawyer are among more than a dozen politicians who... [Read More]
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Politicians across the country who have been accused of sexual harassment or other misconduct are running for office anyway. Some deny wrongdoing; others ask for... [Read More]
Almost a year into an anti-harassment movement that has prompted a coast-to-coast cultural reckoning, Shooter and Sawyer are among more than a dozen politicians who... [Read More]
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Savvy travelers can bypass Britain's steep duty on long-haul flights and put the savings toward something far more fun than paying taxes. [Read More]
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Two days after footage showed him yelling racial epithets on Mr. Cohen's series "Who Is America?," Mr. Spencer has decided to step down from office. [Read More]
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An endorsement from President Trump has electrified the Republican primary for governor, which will decide who faces Stacey Abrams in November. [Read More]
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The 2020 Republican National Convention will be held in Charlotte, North Carolina, the party announced Friday.The gathering has been a subject of fierce debate in... [Read More]
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Party officials voted unanimously on Friday to select Charlotte, which approved the gathering amid concerns over protests and damage to its reputation. [Read More]
North Carolina's largest city has not been eager to embrace a bid for the Republican National Convention in 2020. The main reason? President Trump. [Read More]
The federal government has quietly revived its investigation into the murder of Emmett Till, the 14-year-old African-American boy whose abduction and killing remains, almost 63... [Read More]
The 1955 murder of Till, a 14-year-old boy, remains among the starkest and most searing examples of racial violence in the American South. [Read More]
Gov. Kay Ivey ordered an end to a decades-old practice of paying sheriffs personally to feed prisoners and then allowing the sheriffs to keep unspent... [Read More]
As agricultural life is celebrated at county fairs nationwide, this year offers a new variable: President Trump's global face-off over tariffs. [Read More]
Reality L. Winner, a former Air Force linguist who was the first person prosecuted by the Trump administration on charges of leaking classified information, pleaded... [Read More]
Documents found during cleanup at courthouse. [Read More]
With the arrest of Rosa Parks in 1955, the Montgomery bus boycott electrified the struggle against segregation. It was all recorded in appeals bonds, court... [Read More]
Ms. Winner, who pleaded guilty in Georgia, was the first person to be arrested during President Trump's administration for leaking classified information. [Read More]
In Alabama, Martha Roby's one-time criticism of President Trump cost her dearly in a primary. Questions of loyalty may drive votes in more races to... [Read More]
Evangelical leaders who fought off plans for state lotteries and other gambling initiatives on moral grounds are finding fewer allies and less fervor in the... [Read More]
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