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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Kevin Gray
A man who's been standing along the state highway through his town with a sign pleading for a kidney donor says he's not so desperate he'd accept an organ from a man on Oregon's death row for killing his wife and three children.
A federal appeals court has upheld most of the felony charges against six members of a violent drug gang in Washington, D.C., that left 31 dead during the 1990s.
Rayful Edmond III, whose crack cocaine empire netted $1 million a week in the late 1980s, walked into the federal courthouse in Washington nearly a decade ago as a witness for the prosecution in a massive murder-for-hire drug case.
A contract killer for a large drug ring and murder-for-hire operation a decade ago cooperated with prosecutors and became a star witness for the government. But there is a price to be paid for such testimony.
Frank Howard was an accused child killer. Now he is a federally protected witness. His story provides insight into the little-known deals prosecutors sometimes make to convict high-profile crime figures.
On Friday, Gray said he's not grateful and "Longo deserves no publicity from this."
"Obama's recovery is worse than the George W. Bush recession for blacks," said Kevin Gray, author of "The Decline of Black Politics: From Malcolm X to Barack Obama," noting the sharp drop in black family incomes since 2009.