A University student who took an inappropriate photo of one of his military instructors that was shared on social media last November has had his suspension reduced. Dante Jamal Harris, on a $70,000 full scholarship from the Georgia National Guard, said he has learned his lesson. "Something I may see as funny, other people don’t see it that way."
The date was July 24, 1933. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was sitting behind a desk in the White House's Diplomatic Reception Room. That day, Roosevelt delivered his third radio address to the people. In his nearly 3,000-word progress report, Roosevelt talked about the achievements of his young presidency – the first 100 days "devoted to the starting of the wheels of the New Deal." Since then, the idea of the "first 100 days" has taken on a life of its own.
James E. Podolske Jr. pleaded guilty, admitting that while an official with the U.S. Air Force, he knowingly disclosed Defense Department contract bid information to give an advantage to a corporate defense contractor, the release said.
This week, the international manhunt for Joseph Kony came to an undistinguished end. Both Uganda and the United States said they were withdrawing forces dedicated to catching the warlord, who remains on the run despite a multi-year, multimillion-dollar chase.