He wonders how each family -- one black, one white -- would react to the long-buried fact that their common forefather was black, and that their surname probably was Bantu.
He could grasp having a black ancestor way back in the 1600s. But in the 1800s? A slave? It had to be a mistake. What would his family think?
The earthquake left some hillside homes demolished while leaving other buildings seemingly untouched. Outside assistance, and relief efforts, appear nonexistent.
Samantha Gailey, at 13, was unequivocal in her testimony against Polanski. But her account was turned into something almost benign.
The U.S. Army lieutenant shot an unarmed Iraqi detainee in a culvert, but was he acting in self-defense? Forensic evidence materializes, but not before a verdict is formed.
A U.S. soldier who lost two of his men questions a suspected insurgent about the attack. Afterward, a slain, naked Iraqi -- and the truth about what befell him -- are left behind in a dark culvert.
Couple ready to move past era of being seen as 'less than human.'
Ogreish waves known as 'slabs' open a new frontier in a sport that is increasingly driven by a desire to confront nature.