Emma Bowman

Emma Bowman appears in the following:

Pentagon Identifies U.S. Soldier Killed In 'Apparent Insider Attack' In Afghanistan

Saturday, July 07, 2018

A service member from California was killed and two others wounded, NATO said on Saturday. Details of the incident, which the Pentagon says is still under investigation, have not yet been released.

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LeBron James To Leave Cleveland For The Los Angeles Lakers

Sunday, July 01, 2018

The four-time NBA MVP will leave the Cleveland Cavaliers for the second time in his 15-year career to join the iconic LA franchise, his agency announced on Sunday.

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'Ain't Too Proud' Playwright Dominique Morisseau Tackles The Temptations Origin Story

Sunday, July 01, 2018

Award-winning Detroit native Morisseau authored a new musical that goes behind the scenes of the Motown quintet's signature smooth tunes, as told through the eyes of founding member, Otis Williams.

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'I Lived Through All That?': The Temptations Musical Hits The High And The Low Notes

Saturday, June 30, 2018

The memoir of the Motown group's co-founder, Otis Williams, plays out in Ain't Too Proud. Although the successes of the fractious group came at a cost, Williams says the power of their music lives on.

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2 Transgender Veterans Find Courage — And Sisterhood — Off The Battlefield

Saturday, June 30, 2018

When Sue McConnell and Kristyn Weed came out as transgender women, some of their loved ones cut them out of their lives. But when McConnell and Weed met, they forged their own sisterhood.

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'We Were All In There Together': Strangers Share Compassion In The Flood Of '93

Friday, June 29, 2018

During the Great Flood of 1993, the mutual efforts of a then-prisoner and a beauty shop owner to protect a tiny Illinois town briefly brought them together. After 25 years, the two reconnect.

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'We Never Spoke Of It Again': A Night That Changed A Family Forever

Friday, June 22, 2018

At StoryCorps, half sisters Glennette Rozelle and Jennifer Mack recall the night their mother killed her husband. They were kids back then, and it took decades to understand what happened.

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Colombia Elects Right-Wing Populist Ivan Duque As President

Monday, June 18, 2018

The young former senator won the first election since a peace accord ended the country's 50-year-old rebel war. Duque, who defeated former leftist rebel Gustavo Petro, promised to overhaul the accord.

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Jefferson's Monticello Makes Room For Sally Hemings

Saturday, June 16, 2018

As part of a restoration initiative to interweave Monticello's dynamic history, a new exhibit at Thomas Jefferson's Virginia estate gives humanity to an enslaved woman who bore six of his children.

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Domestic Violence Expert Resigns From NFL Players Association Commission

Saturday, June 16, 2018

The Commission on Violence Prevention was created in response to several cases of alleged domestic violence by NFL players. Law professor Deborah Epstein says the effort was essentially a "fig leaf."

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At 28 Years Old, 'Learning How To Be A Sister'

Friday, June 15, 2018

After a DNA test revealed that they were half sisters, two women recall meeting each other for the first time. The discovery, for both of them, fulfilled a missing link.

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He Grew Up With An Unfortunate Name He Hated — Now He's Owning It

Friday, June 08, 2018

Allan Fuks' name subjected him to a childhood of teasing. Although the name-calling led his parents to legally change the family name, he recently decided to use it in his career as a comedian.

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Jimmy Fallon To Parkland Graduates: 'That Was You Choosing Hope Over Fear'

Sunday, June 03, 2018

As a surprise speaker at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School graduation, The Tonight Show host offered the Class of 2018 a hopeful message, months after a shooter killed 17 classmates and teachers.

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A Longtime Israeli-Palestinian Friendship Falls Apart

Sunday, June 03, 2018

"It's difficult for him to ... not see me as an Israeli who is causing all this pain to him and his family," says Dana Levy, who became friends with Mohammed Saqar of Gaza when they were teens.

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The Busboy Who Cradled A Dying RFK Recalls Those Final Moments

Friday, June 01, 2018

It's an infamous scene: Juan Romero, then a teenager, attends to Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, who had just been shot at LA's Ambassador Hotel. He reflects on his brief time with RFK 50 years ago.

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Joshua Holt, American Held In Venezuela, Is Welcomed Home

Saturday, May 26, 2018

President Trump greeted the 26-year-old Utah man Saturday. Holt, who traveled to Venezuela to marry his fiancée in 2016, was jailed for nearly two years on what the U.S. contends are bogus charges.

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Florida, Alabama In A State Of Emergency As Subtropical Storm Alberto Approaches

Saturday, May 26, 2018

The first named storm this season is expected to bring heavy rains and flash flooding. Florida Gov. Rick Scott — and Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey later on Saturday — sounded alarm bells.

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'He Had A Very Sad Heart': This Memorial Day, Remembering The Overlooked Heroes

Saturday, May 26, 2018

A mother's once "happy-go-lucky" son took his own life in after serving in Iraq. Because of this, she feels he's not seen as a "hero," like his fellow soldiers — which makes her loss more painful.

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'If I Only Had A Magic Wand': Reflecting On Years Spent Working With Wounded Soldiers

Friday, May 25, 2018

Two physical therapists spent nearly a decade treating U.S. troops wounded in action. Despite their strong commitment to their patients, the job was emotionally draining.

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A Campaign Frozen In Time: Photographer Reflects On Covering Bobby Kennedy

Monday, May 21, 2018

It's been 50 years since Robert F. Kennedy's assassination. Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Kennerly, who covered his short-lived run for president, describes what it was like on the ground.

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