Bring That Week Back: Dec. 13

FAMU’s hazing troubles, Tea Party madness and more.

Three FAMU Band Members Charged in Another Hazing Incident - Police charged three Florida A&M band members on Dec. 12 for allegedly striking  fellow band member Bria Shante Hunter?s legs with their fists and a metal ruler as an act of hazing, giving her blood clots and breaking her thigh bone in the process. The incident comes three weeks after the believed hazing death of drum major Robert Champion(Photos: AP Photo/Leon County Sheriff's Office, HO)

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Three FAMU Band Members Charged in Another Hazing Incident - Police charged three Florida A&M band members on Dec. 12 for allegedly striking  fellow band member Bria Shante Hunter’s legs with their fists and a metal ruler as an act of hazing, giving her blood clots and breaking her thigh bone in the process. The incident comes three weeks after the believed hazing death of drum major Robert Champion(Photos: AP Photo/Leon County Sheriff's Office, HO)

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Tea Party Group Compares President Obama to a Skunk - A Tea Party group in Hutchinson, Kansas made a foul, racist joke about President Obama in a post on its website on Dec. 12, comparing the Commander-in-Chief to a skunk. Group leaders said that it was all in satire, though the post has since been pulled from the website.(Photo: Julie Denesha/Getty Images)

UNCF Seeks Emergency Financial Aid for Black Students  - On Dec. 12, The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) announced a $5 million emergency fund-raising campaign to aid hundreds of financially strapped seniors at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) who are in immediate danger of not graduating. UNCF grants provide about $1,600 per student, but the group says that is not enough in lean economic times.  (Photo: William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

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UNCF Seeks Emergency Financial Aid for Black Students - On Dec. 12, The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) announced a $5 million emergency fund-raising campaign to aid hundreds of financially strapped seniors at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) who are in immediate danger of not graduating. UNCF grants provide about $1,600 per student, but the group says that is not enough in lean economic times.  (Photo: William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

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Hotel Security Video Catches DSK Accuser on Tape - New security video, released Dec. 8, revealed former Sofitel housekeeper Nafissatou Diallo as she reenacted to co-workers the alleged sexual assault by French political leader Dominique Strauss-Kahn in May. DSK was cleared of all criminal charges in August, but a civil suit is still pending against him.(Photo: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)