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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Peter
At the Group of 20 summit in Russia, President Obama faced growing opposition from world leaders Thursday, advising him not to launch military strikes in Syria as punishment for a chemical-weapons attack.
A 22-year-old Oxon Hill man was fatally shot Sunday morning in what Prince George's County police are calling a domestic dispute.
Television producer Mark Burnett said his successful three-hour History production of "The Bible" is heading to the big screen.
It was Sharapova's second career title at Indian Wells, where she first won in 2006. Wozniacki won here in 2011. The women met in a final for the first time; their six other matches came in earlier rounds.
The remains of Yugoslavia's last king _ Peter II Karadjordjevic, who died in the U.S. in 1970 _ were flown back to Serbia in a solemn ceremony on Tuesday, despite protests by some Serb royalists in America.
Baseball players urged that Marvin Miller be put in the Hall of Fame as they spoke Monday night during a memorial for the union leader.
An American university student is the new Miss Universe, defeating dozens of contestants from six continents to bring the crown back to the United States after a drought of more than a decade.
An American university student is the new Miss Universe, defeating dozens of contestants from six continents to bring the crown back to the U.S. after a drought of more than a decade.
At the bar, everybody knew her name. Nancy Lanza was the one who, if she heard you were short on cash, regularly offered to pick up the tab at My Place.
Kingston, N.H., Police Chief Donald Briggs Jr. knew Nancy Champion Lanza from high school and worked with her brother, James Champion, a longtime Kingston police officer who retired in 2011 as a captain.
Oliver Stone has never been shy about ruffling feathers with his take on real-life events.
There was no mention of churches torched or Christians killed, but the prayer written neatly on a tiny piece of paper and placed atop an icon of St. George in the chapel of a desert monastery left no doubt about the growing fear and despair of Egypt's Coptic Christians.
Artfully constructed but hollow at its core, "Nobody Walks" makes it impossible to stop watching while simultaneously making it impossible to care about what's happening.
While young people have gone "liberal" on their conservative parents for decades, teen crossovers to the GOP are more of a rarity. How do parental Democrats and their Republican offspring manage the familial bond when partisan politics are on the line?
The chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee is refusing to meet with a Colombian prostitute involved in the U.S. Secret Service scandal.