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Your March 14 editorial, "King's words deserve scorn," deserves a Pulitzer Prize. Rep. Steve King's comments regarding race show he did not learn his American... [Read More]
For the first time in American history, money spent for Alzheimer's or other dementia treatments exceeded a quarter trillion dollars this year, according to the... [Read More]
I'd like to thank Gov. Terry Branstad for all his wonderful service as the longest-serving governor in American history. [Read More]
Did you visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture last week when you were in Washington, D.C.? read more... [Read More]
The famous image of Jackson having one of the best hair days in American history was engraved on the $20 bill. But Jackson started... [Read More]
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Often during long flights, Draymond Green sits next to David West on the Warriors' team charter and asks what the big man has in store... [Read More]
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Arrogate continued his march to horse racing immortality, overcoming a bad start to win going away in the $10-million Dubai World Cup on Saturday at... [Read More]
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It is one of the most famous liberal media narratives in American history. On November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas,... [Read More]
With an estimated cost of $20B, NYC's Hudson Yards neighborhood is set to become the most expensive private real estate development in American history. [Read More]
Related Companies With an estimated cost of $20 billion, New York City's Hudson Yards neighborhood is set to become the most expensive private real estate... [Read More]
Six months in and 1.2 million visitors later, the lineups at the National Museum of African American History and Culture aren't getting any shorter. [Read More]
Over 1.3 million visitors have visited the nation's black history museum... [Read More]
This letter is in response to Facebook responses to Eglin AFB beach park permits. I responded to this topic a few weeks ago but now... [Read More]
Tuesday marked an obscure anniversary in American history: It was 114 years to the day after President Theodore Roosevelt established the first national wildlife refuge,... [Read More]
Who were the first African-American missionaries sent out from the United States? George Lisle, the first ordained African American, went in 1782 to Jamaica with... [Read More]
Six months in and 1.2 million visitors later, the lineups at the National Museum of African American History and Culture aren't getting any shorter. [Read More]
The city of Long Beach will honor a favorite daughter today, as the Joan Van Blom Memorial Bridge will be dedicated at 11 a.m. at... [Read More]
The Langston Hughes Project, a well done display of culture and celebration honoring African-American history, was held March 22 in the Student Union Theatre and... [Read More]
LEXINGTON, Ky (LEX 18) A new walking tour highlighting African-Americans' role in the city's history will soon be part of downtown Lexington. The tour... [Read More]
LEX18.com, your continuous news source for breaking news, local news, Kentucky news, StormTracker weather and True Blue sports coverage for Lexington, South Central Kentucky and... [Read More]
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