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2009: Reagan immortalized in Capitolupdated: Mon Nov 22 2010 12:30:00

In 2009, a statue of former president Ronald Reagan was unveiled in the Capitol Rotunda.

Wolf Blitzer's Washingtonupdated: Fri Jul 30 2010 07:44:00

Wolf Blitzer, CNN's lead political anchor, has lived in the Washington area for 39 years.

Suspect in Holocaust Museum shooting diesupdated: Wed Jan 06 2010 17:18:00

James von Brunn, who was accused of killing a security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in June, died Wednesday morning at a hospital in North Carolina, his attorney said.

A post-Holocaust tale of freedom deferredupdated: Wed Sep 30 2009 09:38:00

By the end of World War II in April 1945, with about two-thirds of European Jewry wiped out, Jewish survivors stepped out of the darkness in search of a place to call home.

Holocaust museum shooting suspect opposes psych evaluationupdated: Wed Sep 02 2009 18:03:00

The man charged with murder in the shooting death of a guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum was denied bail Wednesday and will undergo psychiatric testing against his will.

Federal grand jury indicts suspect in Holocaust shootingupdated: Wed Jul 29 2009 17:41:00

The suspect in last month's Holocaust Museum shooting has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Washington, charging him with the murder of a museum police officer and related crimes, the Justice Department announced Wednesday.

Judge: Holocaust museum shooting suspect not fit for courtupdated: Tue Jun 30 2009 13:22:00

The alleged shooter in this month's deadly attack at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington is not yet capable of coming to court, a judge declared Tuesday.

Commentary: Why hate crimes are differentupdated: Mon Jun 29 2009 09:58:00

America needs a coordinated and multifaceted response to combat the continuing scourge of violent hate crime like the crime committed at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on June 10.

Officers recall horror of Holocaust Memorial Museum shootingupdated: Fri Jun 19 2009 12:05:00

When shots rang out at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum last week, security officers Harry Weeks and Jason McCuiston were stunned.

Holocaust shooting 'surreal'updated: Fri Jun 19 2009 12:05:00

CNN's Ed Henry interviews the Holocaust Museum security officers who helped stop further bloodshed.

Child porn on museum suspect's computer, FBI saysupdated: Thu Jun 18 2009 21:56:00

The FBI says it found child pornography on a computer used by the man charged with the fatal shooting of a security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum June 10.

Man charged in museum shooting expected to survive, feds sayupdated: Tue Jun 16 2009 19:42:00

The man charged with killing a security officer at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum is expected to survive his subsequent shooting by other security officers, the FBI said in a statement released Saturday.

Some suspect conspiracy in Holocaust Museum caseupdated: Tue Jun 16 2009 19:34:00

To most, the evidence against alleged Holocaust Museum shooter James von Brunn may seem overwhelming.

Rifle used in museum shooting too old to trace, official saysupdated: Fri Jun 12 2009 18:49:00

It is not possible for authorities to trace the rifle used in this week's shooting at the Holocaust Memorial Museum to the original purchaser, a law enforcement source said Friday.

US tolerant to hate?updated: Fri Jun 12 2009 18:49:00

Campbell talks to constitutional lawyers Mark W. Smith and Michael Gross about hate mongering in the U.S.

Holocaust Museum Shooterupdated: Fri Jun 12 2009 14:13:00

Who is Holocaust Museum Shooter? CNN's Jim Acosta has this report.

Commentary: Witness to history and horrorupdated: Fri Jun 12 2009 12:41:00

I write this from my office in the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum where I have been privileged to have had a fellowship for the past semester. Up until Wednesday at 12:50 p.m., it had been a perfect visit. Everything a scholar could hope for: exceptional scholarly resources and a magnificent museum staff.

Commentary: Hate crimes terrorize all of usupdated: Fri Jun 12 2009 06:48:00

To think there are some people who still argue that the law shouldn't categorize some offenses as hate crimes and allow for enhanced criminal penalties.

Museum honors slain guardupdated: Thu Jun 11 2009 18:12:00

The U.S. Holocaust Museum will fly its flags at half-staff in honor of the security guard that was killed by a gunman.

Commentary: Hate groups threatened by diversityupdated: Thu Jun 11 2009 17:26:00

Last Saturday, a young African-American president used eloquent prose to challenge the world to learn from the horrors of the Nazi Holocaust at Germany's Buchenwald concentration camp: "To this day, there are those who insist that the Holocaust never happened -- a denial of fact and truth that is baseless and ignorant and hateful. This place is the ultimate rebuke to such thoughts; a reminder of our duty to confront those who would tell lies about our history."

'Something was very, very wrong'updated: Thu Jun 11 2009 13:05:00

A tourist at the Holocaust Museum describes what happened when a security guard was shot there.

Obama urges vigilance against prejudice in shooting's wakeupdated: Thu Jun 11 2009 13:05:00

The fatal shooting of a security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum sent shock waves throughout the nation's capital and across the country and the world.

Shooting suspect's bookupdated: Thu Jun 11 2009 07:37:00

CNN's Brian Todd reports on hate-filled messages contained in Holocaust Museum shooting suspect James von Brunn's book.

Alleged shooter served 6 years for Federal Reserve incidentupdated: Thu Jun 11 2009 02:28:00

The alleged U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum shooter was convicted of a similar attack on a prominent Washington landmark nearly three decades ago.

U.S. Holocaust Museum shootingupdated: Thu Jun 11 2009 02:26:00

A security guard shot by a lone gunman at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum has died.

Guard killed during shooting at Holocaust museumupdated: Thu Jun 11 2009 02:26:00

A rifle-wielding white supremacist entered Washington's Holocaust museum on Wednesday afternoon, fatally shooting a security guard before being wounded himself by return fire from other guards, authorities said.

'Panic' inside Holocaust museumupdated: Wed Jun 10 2009 21:29:00

Eyewitnesses describe panic and fear as a gunman opens fire inside the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Witness: 'There was blood everywhere'updated: Wed Jun 10 2009 21:29:00

All 19-year-old Maria Hernandez wanted to do was escort her grandparents, visiting from Puerto Rico, through a museum whose displays had so impressed her during her previous visit.

Commentary: Leadership key to preventing genocideupdated: Wed Dec 10 2008 12:38:00

In this age of electronic media communications, Americans are increasingly confronted in their living rooms -- and even on their cell phones -- with information about and images of genocide and mass atrocities virtually anywhere they occur.

Secrets of the Holocaustupdated: Fri Jan 18 2008 01:32:00

U.S. Holocaust Museum unveils new computer link to Nazi archives that had been closed. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.

Two more shooting victims released from hospitalupdated: Wed Apr 18 2007 06:13:00

Twelve victims of Monday's shooting at Virginia Tech remained hospitalized Wednesday night.

The deadly medicine of the Holocaustupdated: Fri Apr 23 2004 17:47:00

In the infancy of a wicked regime, the very first year of Adolf Hitler's dictatorship, the new German chancellor signed a chilling mandate: the law for the prevention of genetically diseased offspring.

Fortune: One Of Our Finestupdated: Mon Apr 13 1998 00:01:00

When the horrors of the Holocaust were most pressing in wartime Europe, Carol Junge was a high school girl in Cole Camp, Mo.--a little town in the middle of nowhere, settled by German immigrants. T...

Money Magazine: GIVING FREE BRAINS HELP MAKE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES NO. 1updated: Thu Dec 01 1994 00:01:00

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