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Gov. Deval Patrick says the president must tread carefully when handling racial issues.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick was born on July 31, 1956.
Secretary of State John Kerry eulogized the late liberal Republican as "a man of consummate dignity" who stayed true to himself and his beliefs.
A group of eight esteemed individuals, including civil rights hero U.S. Rep John Lewis, D-Ga. and "12 Years a Slave" director Steve McQueen, received W.E.B. Du Bois Medals.
Actor terrorized Black kids, among other felonies, as a teen.
William "Mo" Cowan will fill seat vacated by Sen. John Kerry until a special election is held.
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A guide to who will be delivering commencement speeches during the 2014 graduation season.
Cornell William Brooks was named the NAACP's newest president; NPR's only program targeting people of color is canceled, plus more national news.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick made history when he announced the appointment of William "Mo" Cowan as his state's new interim U.S. senator to fill the vacancy left by the departure of Sen. John Kerry to be secretary of state.