Jennings refused even to look at him when they passed in the halls.
Jennings found himself unable to believe that someone so skilled as Bennett could have been killed.
On Monday, Republican Rep. Steve King sent a letter to Obama calling on him to fire Jennings.
The Jennings children are in jeopardy from the start of the season.
Like all his hundred-odd slaves, Madison inherited Jennings from his father, a wealthy Southern planter.
Tell me what you know, and I will write a letter asking Jennings to attend me as my doctor.
Whatever the cause the costly error had shaken his faith in Jennings.
"Quiet during the test, Senator," Jennings took his mouth from the phone long enough to reprove the man gently.
The citizen, waiting, saw Mr. Jennings put a rope in his pocket.
Mr. Jennings did not show the least excitement after his desperate contest.