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Geraldine Ferraro, who in 1984 became the first female vice presidential candidate on a major U.S. party ticket, died Saturday in Boston, a family spokeswoman said.
Violence erupted around Syria on Friday as troops opened fire on protesters in several cities and pro- and anti-government crowds clashed on the tense streets of the capital in the most widespread unrest in years, witnesses said.
The Syrian government on Thursday pledged to consider lifting draconian restrictions on political freedom and civil liberties in an attempt to quell a week-long uprising that protesters sad has left dozens fatally shot by security forces.
A D.C. police officer fired as a result of a complaint brought by a campaign consultant turned political appointee for Mayor Vincent C. Gray has appealed her termination and asked that Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier recuse herself from the case because of her "close" relationship with the complainant.