Nelson Mandela, a revered statesman who emerged from prison after 27 years to lead South Africa out of its dark days of apartheid, has died. He was 95. FULL STORY | A LIFE IN PHOTOS
Mr. Mandela’s decades in prison and insistence on forgiveness over vengeance made him a potent symbol of the struggle to end his country’s system of racial domination.
Nelson Mandela, former South African president and an icon of the anti-apartheid movement, has died at age 92. Mandela spent 27 years in prison and became a potent symbol of apartheid's injustices in South Africa. Upon his release from prison, Mandela was the first democratically elected president of South Africa, and won the Nobel Peace Prize for his lifelong struggle against apartheid.
The Chicago Bulls featured Miami Heat fans inside the United Center on their "Bandwagon Cam" during Thursday's Bulls-Heat game. To make matters worse for the Heat fans, they also lost to the Bulls, 107-87. Hat tip to for the find. Read more news on BleacherReport.com