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Sixty-eight years ago, more than 5,000 ships and 13,000 aircraft landed on the beaches of Normandy in the invasion known as D-Day during World War II. More than 9,000 Allied soldiers were killed or wounded in this battle. Goshen veteran Jim Matousek saw...
Mastering trivia has helped Boca Raton lawyer Scott Singer clean up on not one, but two brain-busting TV game shows — to the tune of $100,000. Singer recently banked about $42,000 during a two-night stint on "Jeopardy!" And he helped pay for law...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSoldiers in Hagerstown were among the first black men in Maryland to join the ranks of the Union during the Civil War, and were involved in the siege of Petersburg, Va., during the conflict. Among the first local blacks who joined the Union were members...
World War II lasted six years, but Rick Atkinson needed 14 years to complete his massive trilogy on the conflict. That turned out to be time well spent. Now the wait for the concluding volume of “The Liberation Trilogy,” his magisterial...
Moviegoers well-acquainted with Oscar-nominated director Lee Daniels’ eyebrow-raising filmic oeuvre may be shocked to learn that his latest movie, “The Butler,” seems, at first blush, rather short on salacious surprises. This from the...
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I recently heard President Obama decry, in a recent speech, those who want to take us "back to the 1950s." Now is a good time to educate our current president. I grew up in the 1950s, and I have firsthand experience, unlike Mr. Obama. The family...
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Barletta wants Boston bombing immigration hearings U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta pounced on news that one of the alleged Boston Marathon bombers' friends re-entered the country without a valid visa. The 11th District Republican, well known for his passionate...
The Hartford CourantThe U.S. Navy on Friday finalized its rules for the rebooted competition to replace the president's aging fleet of Marine One helicopters. Sikorsky, a division of United Technologies Corp. that has supplied the helicopters that act as Marine One for the...
email@example.comLegal advice is something just about everyone will need at some point during their lifetime, and residents of Washington County and surrounding areas will have the chance to get some help for free on Wednesday. Assistant State’s Attorney Michele F....
Maryland Life magazine Ten Washington County businesses and attractions recently were honored by the readers and editors of Maryland Life magazine. The magazine’s third annual Free State’s Finest contest attracted more than 3,400 votes cast...
It wasn't surprising that Rafael Medoff's April 7 Op-Ed article about President Franklin D. Roosevelt's private comments on Jews facing persecution in Europe drew spirited responses (though I do admit that I was a little rattled that most of the letters...
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Rickie Fowler and the Masters clash. Let us count the ways. First, there is the color thing. Masters green has a pureness that presents a cooling combination of grass and lime. Fowler green, a shirt-and-pants outfit he wore during...
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