A formal apology for slavery is not meaningless rhetoric, say Delaware's African-American community. To us, it is important.
Betty Morrell had been looking for her birth mother since the 1960s. Now, with the help of her granddaughter, she has found her at last.
The decision may have helped the city avoid a lawsuit over constitutional rights. But it has drawn the ire of some who say that offering a moment of silence instead is equivalent to banning prayer.
Republican criticism of Obama's historic address at the Islamic Society mosque Wednesday falls in line with a new report highlighting the partisan attitudes regarding American Muslims.