Full Victory: D-Day 73 Years Later - AARP
Nearly three-quarters of a century after the bloody events of D-Day, the memory of the fateful offensive lives on.
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Here's the latest for Thursday, February 15th: Fla. authorities say school gunman pulled fire alarm before shooting; Suspect Nikolas Cruz in custody; Missing 4-year-old girl found in Alabama; Former MLB pitcher Esteban Loaiza denies dealing drugs.
AP Top Stories February 16 - AARP
Here's the latest for Friday, February 16th: Authorities say Fla. shooting suspect was in school building for 6 minutes; Vigil held near school; Senate rejects four immigration plans; Wild baby elephant rescued from well in Thailand.
Black History Month: Bettie Dahmer — AARP
Bettie Dahmer’s family home in Hattiesburg, Mississippi was firebombed by the Ku Klux Klan when she was a child. Her father, Vernon Dahmer, a voting rights activist, was killed.
Postal Service Honors Maya Angelou - AARP
The U.S. Postal Service unveiled a limited edition stamp honoring poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou.
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Janet hosts a party to celebrate her new promotion, but once the guests arrive it becomes clear that not everything is going to go down as smoothly as the red wine.
Black History Month: Franklin McCain — AARP
Franklin McCain was a civil rights pioneer who participated in a lunch counter sit-in in Greensboro, N.C., in 1960 to protest segregation. That event is credited with leading to other key chapters of the civil rights era.