If you are unsatisfied with the outcome of the appeal of your case in the your state's court of last resort or the federal appellate court, your next aim will be to obtain a court order from the Supre(...)
A technology-loving comedian from the future who cares enough about the world to engage with it politically, Baratunde Thurston has over 30 years experience being black. With an ancestry that includes a great-grandfather who taught himself to read, a grandmother who was the first black employee at the US Supreme Court building and a mother who took over radio stations in the name of the black liberation struggle, Baratunde has long been taught to question authority. It helps that he was raised in Washington, DC under crackhead Mayor Marion Barry. Forged by his mother's lessons and polished by a philosophy degree from Harvard, his creative and inquisitive mind has found expression in the pages of Vanity Fair and The UK Independent, on the radio waves of WNYC, and on the screens of news networks such as CNN, MSNBC, BBC and Al Jazeera. He even hosted his own show on Discovery Science called Popular Science's Future Of. Far from simply appearing in media, Baratunde is also helping define its future. In 2006 he co-founded Jack & Jill Politics, a black political blog whose coverage of the 2008 Democratic National Convention has been archived by the Library Of Congress. For the past four years, he has helped bring one of America's finest journalistic institutions into the future, serving as Director of Digital for The Onion. In 2011 he was a judge for the Knight News Challenge, a media innovation contest which funds experiments in the future of news. He is currently writing a ...
The Washington State Department of Corrections says Gregory Glanville, 56, was convicted of second-degree murder in Thurston County in July 1978. He was in and out of prison in the state until 1996. He now faces attempted murder and other charges.
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Washington recognized long-serving employees at its Public Works Department at Naval Support Activity South Potomac at an award ceremony March 7. Capt. Craig Prather, executive officer of NAVFACWASH, presented 17 length of service awards to PWD employees and praised them for the outstanding service they provide the Navy and nation.