Across the Nation: April 28

April 29, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015


“People will care after each other.”

President Barack Obama, speaking of recovery from tornadoes in America, during a state dinner in Manila with President Benigno S. Aquino III of the Philippines.



4 in 5

U.S. public high schools have an 80 percent graduation rate. A report based on Education Department statistics from 2012 was presented Monday at the Building a GradNation Summit.



National Shrimp Scampi Day. In Italian, scampi means langoustine. In America, scampi means a way of preparing shrimp with garlic, butter, lemon juice or wine, and parsley.



1945: Dachau Prisoners Freed

American soldiers led by Gen. Patton liberated 31,601 people from the Nazi concentration camp in Dachau, Germany, April 29, 1945. Today the site has memorials and a museum. About 32,000 people died there.



Headline: Campus Lockdown Lifted

North Carolina A&T State University and two high schools reopened Monday after a search failed to find any sign of a reported man with a rifle. Campus Police Chief Glenn Newell issued the “all clear” shortly before 1 p.m.