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Topic - Mary Surratt
Retrials of cases from the era of Abraham Lincoln have helped raise money to conserve rare maps and photographs, including of early Illinois Supreme Court justices.
For a bustling, thriving capital of a world-class superpower, Washington, D.C. offers a surprisingly lively scene for the nonliving as well.
Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin, "Big Love," "He's Just Not That Into You") is a bright, attractive young woman and a talented attorney. But when she's in the company of her best friend Darcy (Kate Hudson), Rachel surrenders the spotlight to her self-obsessed BFF.
This has been a good week for Barack Obama. For America, not so much. The old adage that "what's good for the president is good for America" no longer applies.
It has been unavoidable that this year's observance of the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth should be accompanied by a land rush of biographies of all facets of the great man's life and especially of his death.
As soon as the heavy, humid days of summer hit in earnest, one sentence in particular starts circulating around this city faster than the air