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As The Baltimore Sun set out to look back on the murder of civil rights activist William Lewis Moore 50 years later, the first step was to find his relatives. It wasn't easy. Records showed none located in Baltimore, where the postal worker had lived...
Tags: Murder, Police Investigations, Justice System, Civil Rights, FBI
Everyone begged William Lewis Moore not to go to Mississippi. His pastor told him he would get killed walking around in a sandwich board sign protesting segregation. His family worried about where he would sleep and eat. Even fellow civil rights...
Mika J. Cross, a human resources manager for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, sometimes uses a laptop issued by the agency. But she is far more likely to check email or collaborate with colleagues on one of her two personal computers. As someone...
Instead of paying for their lunches with crumpled dollar bills and loose change, students in Carroll County schools are having their palms scanned in a new check-out system — raising concerns from some parents that their children's privacy is...
Required training for some Homer Glen Plan Commission officials on the Open Meetings Act was held this week. "It's a very good tool for people that serve publicly," said commission member Tom Bernicky, who took the training on a computer Monday night at...
The Miami HeraldGUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, Cuba A lawyer for the International Committee of the Red Cross on Tuesday urged a military judge not to order release of its confidential communications with the Pentagon about Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four other captives...
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - Virginia Governor and possible Republican presidential candidate Bob McDonnell used taxpayer money to pay for sunscreen and dog vitamins, the Washington Post reported on Monday, adding to other improper spending the paper says the...
The Hartford CourantA former member of the town's economic development agency who had been under fire from the board of selectmen said in a statement on Monday that he resigned because of frustration with town leaders. Former EDA member Glenn Arnold and Kevin Jackson, who...
Tags: Economic Policy, Ethics, Elections, Values, Business
The Washington PostRICHMOND — Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell, R, and his wife, Maureen, have used taxpayer money for a range of small personal items they should have paid for themselves under state policy, according to spending records. The McDonnells have billed...
HAMPTON — Hampton school officials are planning to open an employee health clinic in January 2014. They hope the clinic will reduce costs by giving the division more control over health spending and helping employees better monitor and treat...
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