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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas suggested to C-SPAN that the nation's first black president came by way of a compliant media that only embraced him because he fit the stereotypical mold.
If he were alive today, Joe Paterno — the coach who stood for so long for character and integrity both on and off the football field — could be looking at charges such as child endangerment, perjury and conspiracy.
A group of Catholic leaders went against the church's bishops Wednesday and called for support of President Obama's latest contraception-insurance policy, though the call happened the same day a prominent group of Catholic priests filed a federal lawsuit against it.
Joe Paterno would no doubt have made a dramatic courtroom witness. But legal experts said his death will have little or no effect on the criminal or civil cases to come out of the Penn State child sex-abuse scandal.
The New England Patriots released cornerback Leigh Bodden on Friday.