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  • Rep. John Lewis to Hampton grads: Get in the way, get in trouble

    Rep. John Lewis to Hampton grads: Get in the way, get in trouble
    Rep. John Lewis, the Democratic congressman from Georgia, told the 847 graduates at Hampton University's commencement on Sunday to get in the way and to get in trouble.
  • SunRail finishes first year $27.2 million in the red

    SunRail finishes first year $27.2 million in the red
    The SunRail commuter train finished its first year of operation $27.2 million in the red, bringing in $7.2 million while spending $34.4 million. The shortfall was covered by taxpayers through the state Department of Transportation, which oversees the...

    Uncle Sam may have picked the wrong cash cow

    Randy Sowers always expected the government to show up one day and ask where all the cash he was depositing at his bank came from. He thought he had the right answer: from his business selling eggs and milk at farmers markets. But under a federal law...

    Dramatic, inspiring 'El Poeta' targets Mexico's War on Drugs

    Dramatic, inspiring 'El Poeta' targets Mexico's War on Drugs
    Other countries' problems come to us like poor radio signals — emerging from the static when something exceptionally sensational occurs and then sinking back into the white noise of bad business as usual. So it is with Mexico's 9-year-old War on...

    'Road to Freedom' photos span 50 years of racial division

    'Road to Freedom' photos span 50 years of racial division
    In 1965, Stephen Somerstein was a 24-year-old student photographer in New York City when he boarded a chartered bus rolling toward Selma, Ala., where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was about to lead a march of 25,000 to demand voting rights for African...