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From Martin Luther King's Sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta on February 2, 1968: "Well, I don't know what will happen now. We've got some difficult days ahead. But it doesn't matter with me now. Because I've been to the mountaintop. … more
The Charleston Post and Courier discusses "Haley's fondest farewell." During her seventh and final State of the State address Wednesday, S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley reflected on some of the most significant achievements made during her tenure - new … more
Sportswriter Sally Jenkins in The Washington Post: "It's crazy to think the boat had nothing to do with Odell Beckham Jr.'s showing." When Odell Beckham Jr. got hit in the hands with the ball, his arms flew open. It could have been the effects of … more
The Guardian reports that 2016 was the year "Facebook became the bad guy," proving "how difficult it is for the social network to make the world more open and connected when the decisions it makes are so divisive." Mark Zuckerberg started 2016 … more
In The Sumter Item, Jim Hilley reports on Sumter City Council saying goodbye to Colleen Yates. Mayor Joe McElveen called it a "bittersweet" moment at Sumter City Council's meeting Tuesday evening as council welcomed new Ward 4 Councilman Steve … more
In "The War That Dare Not Speak Its Name," The Wall Street Journal's William McGhurn writes, "For all his promises to get America out, Obama's legacy is a renewed war in Iraq." All throughout the campaign, Mr. Trump rightly thumped both President … more
The Washington Post reports: "For the 'new yellow journalists,' opportunity comes in clicks and bucks." LONG BEACH, Calif. - Fewer than 2,000 readers are on his website when Paris Wade, 26, awakens from a nap, reaches for his laptop and thinks he … more
The Wall Street Journal's Peggy Noonan asks, "What Comes After the Uprising?" First, our democratic republic is vibrant and alive. It is not resigned. It is still capable of delivering a result so confounding it knocks you into the next … more
From "How to Win the Cyberwar Against Russia" by James Stavridis, a retired U.S. Navy admiral and NATO supreme allied commander, Oct. 12 in Foreign Policy: The cybersphere is not immune to the universal legal norms that require a nation to … more
In "The GOP is breaking. It's not Trump's fault," Zachary Karabell writes in The Washington Post, "When political parties unravel, don't blame the candidate." We now have something like consensus: The rise of Donald Trump portends the end of the … more
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