WASHINGTON (AP) — Recy (REE-see) Taylor has a picture of President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama in the living room of her home in Florida. She never imagined she would visit the Obamas' house in Washington.Taylor is touring the nation's capital nearly seven decades after she was denied justice following a brutal assault.In 1944, Taylor, who is black, was a 24-year-old wife and mother living in Abbeville, Ala. Seven white men kidnapped and sexually assaulted her and then left her on the side of the road. Two grand juries, made up of white men, refused to indict anyone.Last month, Alabama lawmakers offered Taylor, now 91, an apology for how her case was handled.Taylor didn't see the Obamas during her tour Thursday but called the White House "beautiful."