WASHINGTON (AP) — They were heroes who didn’t get their due. On Tuesday, 24 mostly ethnic or minority U.S. soldiers who performed bravely under fire in three of the nation’s wars finally received the Medal […]
President Rachar Alsad and Syria By P. L. Wright Sr. Ph.D. Listening to television news about the situation in Syria and the conflicting evidence presented to the congress and the public may not be enough […]
Obama leaves L.A. after star-studded fundraising swing By Steven Herbert City News Service President Barack Obama shakes hands with supporters at a campaign event at the Nokia Theater, Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012, in Los Angeles. (AP […]
When President Obama ended the war in Iraq, Ian’s dad came home for good. Ian wrote a letter to the President to thank him. Watch this video, and then pass it on.
CHARLOTTE — President Obama traveled here to this convention city on Wednesday as his Democratic predecessor, former President Bill Clinton, was set to officially nominate him for a second term with a primetime address […]
Last week, President Barack Obama spent two days taking a 10 city tour of Ohio and Pennsylvania to kick off his national campaign bus tour. Bus tours have become a stable part of national campaigning strategy […]
In the United States, worker rights and civil rights have a deep and historic connection. What is slavery, after all, if not the abuse of worker rights taken to its ultimate extreme? A. Philip Randolph, president of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, recognized this link and, as early as the 1920s, […]