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Today in History

Today is Saturday, Nov. 22, the 326th day of 2014. There are 39 days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated while riding in a motorcade in Dallas; Texas Gov. John B. Connally,

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Public Affairs Calendar

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Professor shares North Korea experience

Special to The Sun
A guide leads a tour outside a North Korean world heritage site in October. Located in the countryside, the site was formerly home to a university dedicated to the study of Confucius — a Chinese philosopher who lived about 2,400 years ago.

JONESBORO — While looking through binoculars on top of a hillside in Kaesong, North Korea — a city near the border with South Korea — Jacob Ausderan experienced something few get to see.
As a high-ranking North Korean general discussed the concrete wall

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JHS holds off Alma to advance

Staci Vandagriff | The Sun
Jonesboro senior wide receiver Lamar Haynes (24) hauls in a 28-yard touchdown pass during the second quarter of Friday’s 32-27 victory over Alma in the 6A state quarterfinals at Cooksey-Johns Field.

By Cory Clark, Sun Staff Writer JONESBORO — Alma was in position for a possible upset Friday against Jonesboro, but the Hurricane made all the big plays down the stretch. Jonesboro used a big fourth-down conversion late in the game to finally seal. . . more »

What Native American language was Super Bowl XXX the first to be broadcast in?

How many of the five Dallas teams Tom Landry took to Super Bowls were victorious?

Which 2 teams played in the first televised game on October 22, 1939?

What team hired the NFL's first professional cheerleading squad, in 1972?

In 2011 who held the record for the most starts at the Daytona 500?

Who had the most rushing yards in the NFL for the 1980s?

Who scored the most points in a NBA game and how many?

Where would you have to win a NASCAR race to get the famous clock?

A long road to immigration order
Stymied? GOP seeks immigration response
House intel panel debunks many Benghazi theories
Al-Qaida in Yemen denounces Islamic State group
Iran nuke talks stall, despite Kerry efforts
Police: Kids died in murder-suicide try
Official: Ferguson jury still meeting
Zimbabwe: 11 die in service stampede
Sanitation routes vary for Thanksgiving holiday
Heritage sites, Hawkins honored
Churches feed football team
Lansing bar pairing church service, beer
Building donation honors late judge, lawyer
Recruit receives highest honor at police academy
Man hunts prehistoric game in Arctic
Obama order may affect 14,000

Read about all these and more in today's print edition or online e-Edition.

Handler apologizes again, calls his remark racist

NEW YORK (AP) — Daniel Handler apologized again for racial comments he made while hosting the National Book Awards and promised to back up his words with his wallet. The best-selling author also known as "Lemony Snicket" tweeted Friday that his remarks . . .

Swift to receive Dick Clark award for excellence

NEW YORK (AP) — Taylor Swift is getting a special — and new — award from the American Music Awards. Dick Clark productions announced Friday that Swift would receive the Dick Clark Award for Excellence at Sunday's show. Swift is receiving the honor for . . .

November 2014