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I disagree strongly with those who say President Obama has done nothing ("Choice is clear: Obama has to go," Sept. 7). The president approved the raid that led to the death of Osama bin Laden, withdrew our troops from Iraq, and reversed the so-called...
KIAHThe verdict is in! Three white men, who attacked a black man at a downtown bus stop last year, will serve time behind bars. Yondell Johnson was attacked last year while he was waiting at a bus stop. Robert Moossey Jr. with the Department of Justice...
Tags: FBI, Hate Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Laws, Punishment
Lehigh Valley MusicA Grammy Award-winning trumpeter, the world premiere of a song cycle based on poems by Carl Reiner’s daughter, dazzling international dance ensembles, circus arts and perhaps America’s premier storyteller will highlight the 16th season of...
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — A gay student in Iowa says his Catholic high school is refusing to allow a foundation that promotes gay rights activism to present his $40,000 college scholarship during an upcoming ceremony. Keaton Fuller, a senior at Prince...
TribLocal - Glen Ellyn » NewsThe story of a 1998 anti-gay hate crime that resulted in the murder of a college student in Laramie, Wyoming will take center stage at …...
"The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later" "Laramie is a community, not a project." That was the blunt assessment of an editorial in the Wyoming college town's paper on the 10th anniversary of the murder of Matthew Shepard. The young gay university...
When "The Laramie Project" was first staged in 2000, it was a joltingly topical theatrical treatment of a notorious recent hate crime. Sad to say, Moises Kaufman's play remains topical, as we're reminded by the confident student revival at the...
Jacket CopyYoung adult fiction authors Jacqueline Woodson, Maggie Stiefvater, Lauren Myracle and Maureen Johnson discuss process, inspiration and the beginnings of their writing careers at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books....
Reporter, PhotographerA judge sentenced Frankie Maybee, 20, and Sean Popejoy, 19, both of Green Forest, Arkansas, for their roles in committing federal hate crimes. They are the first defendants to be sentenced under the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes...
Tags: Prosecution, Civil Rights, Judges, Justice and Rights, Lawyers
Tribune NewspapersAuthor Lauren Myracle has withdrawn her book "Shine" from the National Book Award finalist list for young people's literature. In a statement issued by her publisher, Myracle wrote that she "was asked to withdraw by the National Book Foundation to...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Book
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The case of the four disabled adults found locked in a Philadelphia basement may become one of the first prosecuted under a 2009 federal hate-crimes law. The FBI is taking a broad look at the apparent Social Security fraud case,...
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