Bring That Week Back: Convicted D.C. Sniper Expresses Remorse

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Racial Gap Widens on SAT Scores 

The racial gap in performance between white and Black students taking the SAT college entrance exam has been growing since 1988 and continues to widen in 2012, with whites scoring an average 1063 on the test and Blacks averaging a score of 856, the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education reported last week. (Photo: Micah Walter/Getty Images)