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    A police officer escorts Kent Knowles (right) into court to be arraigned on drug charges yesterday.

 

 


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Stars, stripes and status quo: U.S. flag raised in Havana

On January 3, 1961, three United States marines stepped outside the Cuban Embassy in Havana to lower the American flag. This act carried momentous implications. The flag was never raised again. Earlier that day, President Dwight Eisenhower officially.....


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