By EVELYN LONG — Making the traditional annual trip to Washington D C over Memorial Day were 59 Cardington-Lincoln seventh grade students accompanied by 16 chaperones. The four day — three night itinerary included scheduled tours and visits to Washington monuments, memorials, the White House, etc. but the highlight of the visit was the laying […]
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will use a sweeping Middle East speech on Thursday to sharply defend new sanctions on Syrian President Bashar Assad as the U.S. government toughened its message for the repressive leader: Embrace democracy or get out. In a primary thrust of his address, Obama will also announce aid to countries that embrace reforms, hoping to steer a region roiling in violence toward democratic change that lasts.
May 18 2011 | Posted in AP News
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