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  • City of Ferguson paying noted attorney $1,335 an hour

    FERGUSON, Mo. In the days following a Department of Justice report accusing Ferguson's police and municipal court of widespread abuses, the city made a series of conciliatory moves. Three employees involved in racist emails were forced out. The city manager stepped down. So did the police chief and municipal judge.
  • The deep roots of racial injustice

    The deep roots of racial injustice
    It was hard not to see history on the TV screen Monday. Burning and looting on the streets of east and west Baltimore recalled the last time the national guard was called out to the city, on an April night 47 years ago following the assassination of...

    Frances Tiafoe earns wild-card entry in French Open

    Frances Tiafoe earns wild-card entry in French Open
    Frances Tiafoe, a 17-year-old from Riverdale in Prince George's County, has earned his first main-draw Grand Slam tournament berth by clinching a French Open wild-card entry through the U.S. Tennis Association. The USTA said Tiafoe assured himself of...

    IMSA students find research is key to high school experience

    IMSA students find research is key to high school experience
    On most Wednesdays this school year, Julian Pacheco, 18, of Aurora, would board an early morning bus and after two hours arrive at the University of Chicago on the city's South Side where he'd work in a lab until about 4 p.m. He and other researchers...

    Oak Lawn teen out to help the world, one trip at a time

    Oak Lawn teen out to help the world, one trip at a time
    Genna Power has two passions: travel and helping others. So it wasn't surprising when the Mother McAuley High School senior contacted NPH USA — as in Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, or "Our Little Brothers and Sisters," a nonprofit that helps children...