"Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said he would not tolerate further protests, which have spread in the former Soviet republic as a financial crisis worsens."
June 19, 1865 — Juneteenth: General Order No. 3, by Major-General Gordon Granger
"On June 19, 1865, Major General Gordon Granger landed at the port of Galveston to extend Union military and civil authority over Texas. The most controversial and far-reaching of his civil edicts, General Order No. 3, enforced the terms of the Emancipation Proclamation and liberated more than 200,000 Black slaves. That event is commemorated today as Juneteenth."
September 25, 1995 — Race and The South: Two Views, by Leonard Pitts Jr. and Michael Browning
"In racial politics, the issues are never just black and white. The Herald sent two reporters — a white man raised in Jacksonville and an African American from Los Angeles — in a journey through the South."
May, 1995 — Emperors of the Air, by Bryan Burrough
"Donald Trump (photographed in New York on March 1, 1995) says he acquired 50 percent of the Empire State Building without paying a penny...'This building is the worst piece of shit you've ever seen in your life,' he says in mock horror. 'It's become an embarrassment to the city of New York.' And he's just warming up. During our talks, Trump describes the Empire State Building variously as 'a dungeon,' 'Stalag 17,' and 'a shithouse,' while observing that 'the tenants down there are living in hell.'"
March 19, 1989 — Hitting a Roar Nerve, by Michael Crook
"Donald Trump says he's spending $2 million a year to maintain one of Florida's most esteemed estates. He wants to make it a club to cut his costs."