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16 hrs ago | Wilson's Almanac
A correction from us now. On Wednesday during a discussion on our roundtable about Vice President Biden I tried to make the point that despite his substantive work, the media perhaps too often focuses on his gaffes.
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20 hrs ago | MLive.com
Tales of Virgil Westdale's bravery during World War II have resonated with many West Michigan residents who've crossed paths with the 95-year-old veteran.
Yesterday | Bainbridge Island Review
The Kitsap Regional Library Foundation is seeking donations as part of a fundraising campaign to digitally preserve an important part of Bainbridge Island history.
Yesterday | Observer
The Robert H. Jackson Center welcomed Karen Korematsu, Executive Director of the Fred T. Korematsu Institute for Civil Rights and Education, for "A Conversation with Karen Korematsu" on Oct. 17. The daughter of Fred Korematsu, an early civil rights activist who challenged a 1942 U.S. government internment order which required that Japanese ... (more)
WWII US army veterans Asa Hanamoto and Koji Ozawa , military linguists for the Military Intelligence Service , and trained in what is now a new museum, Building 640 Communique, in San Francisco, Calif., walk past an image on the wall showing a grocery store in Oakand's Chinatown during the mid fourties on Friday, November 22, 2013.
At age 9, Sally Kitano was thrust into events that would reshape her childhood. But her recollections weren't entirely what well-prepared students expected on Thursday.
"You know, Jill, if you catch me when the mood is right, I'm willing to try anything," Jen said, one hand resting on her hip, the other reaching towards me.
The Vice President of the United States hasn't even been in Japan more than 48 hours and he's already found a way not only to insult Japanese women but women everywhere, as reported by the right-of-center news portal Breitbart.com on Dec. 3, 2013.
Governments wade into treacherous waters when they compile lists of people who might cause their countries harm.
"The government refuses to confirm or deny whether someone is on the list, officially called the Terrorist Screening Database, or divulge the criteria used to make the decisions - other than to say the database includes 'individuals known or suspected to be or have been engaged in conduct constituting, in preparation for, in aid of, or related to ... (more)
Newbery Medal winner Cynthia Kadohata now adds "winner of the 2013 National Book Award in the Young People's Literature category" to her list of achievements.