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A few weeks ago, a Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press poll was taken to gauge whom New Jerseyans view as their favorite president.
The third book of Rick Atkinson's World War II trilogy tells the stories of the generals and the GIs in the Allied armies' final sweep across Western Europe.
Daughters of Charity, a nursing order, tended to men wounded at Battle of Gettysburg.
The state took control of the district yesterday because of fiscal woes. Turner has a long resume of school work, including in the fiscal distress unit of the state department.
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, who is on a working visit to the U.S., awarded St.
On March 8, the Supreme Court suspended the license of state Sen. Jeremy Hutchinson for nonpayment of dues.
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu recently visited Diyarbakir, the most important Kurdish city in Turkey's troubled Southeast.
The sudden deluge of scandal which dominates the discussion around President Obama's administration at the moment has handed a golden opportunity to Republicans.
Rochester Secondary College students visited the Jewish Holocaust Centre in Melbourne last week and came back with greater knowledge about how the Jewish people suffered while Hitler was in power in Nazi Germany.
The theme of presidential leadership is a venerated one in America, the subject of many biographies and an enduring mythology about great figures rising to the occasion.
All right. everyone take a deep breath. Now exhale. The rush of Obama "scandals" in recent weeks has been, well, breathtaking, and so has the rush to extrapolate, to discern a larger pattern of failure and incompetence in the Obama Administration--indeed, to make a cosmic argument about the inability of government to "organize a two-car funeral," ... (more)
Three members of a prominent Rubidoux-area family, including a World War I veteran, will have their names placed on the Veterans Memorial Wall in a ceremony on Saturday, May 18.
It's hardly the first time a White House and the Internal Revenue Service have been targets for claims of political meddling and bias.
A PIECE of Bromsgrove history which became the talk of the town when it completely disappeared has been savalged in a bid to preserve it for future generations to see, The Standard can reveal.