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2/24/1997 - Police Pioneer Adelina Raducha Dies at Age 50
One of Chicago Police Department's first women patrol officers, Adelina Raducha, died February 21st at age 50....

2/24/1997 - Atlanta Lesbian and Gay Club Bombed
Federal investigators are looking into the possibility of a serial bomber in Atlanta after a February 21st explosion at a lesbian and gay night club injured at least five people....

2/24/1997 - Women's Basketball League All the Rage
It started after Anne Cribbs and Gary Cavalli walked into a mall and spotted Molly Goodenbour selling socks for minimum wage....

2/24/1997 - Saudi Arabia Funds Taliban in Afghanistan
The fundamentalist regime in Saudi Arabia continues to monetarily support the Islamic Fundamentalist regime Taliban in its quest to occupy more land....

2/24/1997 - Kentucky Study Urges Supervision After Release of Sex Offenders
A new study of Kentucky's sex-offender treatment program recommends that released offenders receive at least two years of state supervision after they leave prison....

2/24/1997 - Kentucky Study Urges Supervision After Release of Sex Offenders
A new study of Kentucky's sex-offender treatment program recommends that released offenders receive at least two years of state supervision after they leave prison....

2/21/1997 - Clinton Urges Hearings For Herman
President Clinton told reporters yesterday that the Senate should schedule hearings for his nominee to serve as Secretary of Labor, Alexis Herman....

2/21/1997 - Portugal Narrowly Rejects Abortion Rights Bill
After a long, heated national debate, Portuguese lawmakers yesterday narrowly defeated a bill which would have allowed unrestricted abortions during the first twelve weeks of pregnancy....

2/21/1997 - Army Investigates Overseas Sexual Misconducts; Citadel Hazing Hearings Begin
Following allegations of widespread sexual harassment on a German Army base, the Army is examining how widespread sex crimes are at bases in Western Europe and Bosnia....

2/21/1997 - First Woman Appointed to Head State National Gaurd
In Vermont, Lt....

2/20/1997 - Supreme Court Upholds Fixed Buffer Zones to Protect Abortion Clinics
On Wednesday, February 19th, the Supreme Court issued its ruling in Schenk v....

2/20/1997 - Supreme Court Sets Aside Set-Aside Law
The Supreme Court ruled in Philadelphia v Contractors Assn....

2/20/1997 - May Sweeps May Sweep Ellen Out of the Closet
TV Guide reports that writers of the hit t.v....

2/20/1997 - Labor Leaders Seek Protection Under Welfare Law, Also Back Herman Nomination
Labor leaders, gathered for the annual mid-winter meeting of the AFL-CIO, are demanding that the millions of welfare recipients headed into the workforce receive at least minimum wage....

2/20/1997 - Falls Church, VA Abortion Clinic Firebombed, Anti-Abortion Extremist Arrested
On February 18th, anti-abortion extremist James Anthony Mitchell, 38, broke into and firebombed a Falls Church, Virginia abortion clinic....