The State clearly knew best what "these" people really needed for them to have some minimum form of a "decent life."
A 2007 biography of Billy Graham explores his love for people and leadership.
A trove of 38 letters the author of "To Kill a Mockingbird" wrote to a friend is up for auction.
It is illegal to discriminate against immigrants based on their national origin.
Blacks make up a third of South Carolina's voters. But Blacks have never had more than one House member out of seven.
Lyndon Johnson managed to portray Goldwater, one of the best-liked members of the Senate, as a madman who would take America into a nuclear war.
The 1965 immigration reform act, now 50 years old, wasn't supposed to encourage Mexican immigration. Oops!
The presidential briefings will cover what the spy agency told JFK and LBJ about foreign crises and leaders.
State laws have the potential to reduce eligible voters' ability to cast ballots.