Russel Honore

retired US Army lieutenant general

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Retired US Army lieutenant general who led Task Force Katrina in the aftermath of the 2005 hurricanes that struck the Gulf Coast

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For four nights after an officer killed a young, black man in Ferguson, Missouri, confrontations escalated between police and protesters.

Race and the Militarization of Policing in Ferguson, Missouri

For four nights after an officer killed a young, black man in Ferguson, Missouri, confrontations escalated between police and protesters.

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Rescue teams, doctors and food supplies are landing in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and more is on the way from all over the world.

Aid Starts to Pour into Haiti after Devastating Earthquake

Rescue teams, doctors and food supplies are landing in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and more is on the way from all over the world.

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