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Woman Pens Apology To Man Who Lost Home to Nazis

Woman Pens Apology To Man Who Lost Home to Nazis

Oct 26
A 92-year-old NJ man received an apology letter from the granddaughter of a German man who had taken over his childhood home in 1939. Peter Hirschmann and his family fled Nazi Germany after they were forced out of their home.

Today in History for October 25th

Today in History for October 25th

Oct 25
Highlights of this day in history: Cuban missile crisis fuels Cold War clash at UN; China's UN seat changes hands; 'Charge of the Light Brigade' battle takes place; Author Geoffrey Chaucer dies; Golfer Payne Stewart killed in plane crash.

Today in History for October 24th

Today in History for October 24th

Oct 24
Highlights of this day in history: Dawn of the UN; Dwight Eisenhower vows to end the Korean War; Suspects caught in D.C.-area sniper shootings; Concorde makes last trans-Atlantic flight; 'Star Trek' creator Gene Roddenberry dies.

AP Top Stories October 24

AP Top Stories October 24

Oct 24
Here's the latest for Tuesday, October 24th: Top General asks for patience with Niger investigation; US Ambassador says US troops helped fight militants in Philippines; Mexican national on trial in fatal shooting; Severe weather in North, South Carolina.

CIA Director Cancels Harvard Speech Over 'Traitor' Chelsea Manning

CIA Director Cancels Harvard Speech Over 'Traitor' Chelsea Manning

By Deb Riechmann | Sep 15
CIA Director Mike Pompeo scrapped his appearance Thursday at Harvard University over the school's decision to make Chelsea Manning, who was convicted of leaking classified information, a visiting fellow.

MSNBC Surges as Home for Trump Opponents

By David Bauder | Aug 7
For the first month since CNN's Larry King owned cable news in October 2001, the most popular personality in prime-time doesn't work for Fox News Channel. Rachel Maddow of MSNBC is the new champ.

Despite Criticism, Maddow Gets Biggest Audience

By David Bauder | Mar 17
Despite some criticism of how the show played out, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow scored her biggest audience ever on Tuesday after tweeting that she had gotten her hands on some of President Donald Trump's tax records for 2005.

Lyft Sued Over Gay Man's Death

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Apr 30
The boyfriend of a man killed in a crash involving Lyft and the dead man's mother are suing the ride-hailing company, saying Lyft's negligence caused the man's death.

Gay Reporter Ushered in Change at the New York Times

By Brian Bromberger | Mar 5
When someone reads the New York Times today, they can see same-sex wedding announcements, editorials in favor of marriage equality, and in-depth coverage of LGBTQ issues. But it didn't always used to be like that.

Year in Review 2015: To Love, Honor and Cherish

By Chris Tittel | Dec 26
2015 was a banner year for dignity, family parity, and the equality of LGBTs in the United States and around the world. At the same time, anti-gay forces have never been more implacable. Here's a quick recap of some major events.

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