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The frontrunner to become the next president of the United States is playing an old and dangerous political game -- comparing a foreign leader to Adolf Hitler.
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FORMER Hawthorn star Trent Croad is embroiled in a bitter court stoush with a former flame over claims he owes her up to $100,000.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will speak in Louisville on April 26 at the United Methodist Women's Assembly at the Kentucky International Convention Center, according to the group.
World War I began 100 years ago this summer. It's a centennial that goes beyond mere remembrance; the consequences of that conflict are making headlines to this day.
Some things never change . Then too you'd be a fool not to go after Hillary for sticking with this guy if she chooses to run for POTUS in the near future: Former President Bill Clinton raised eyebrows on Friday night when he paused to snap a photo with two prostitutes at the star-studded charity ball Unite4Charity.
A Milton man is selling his historic home so he can further pursue his passion for military re-enactments, a passion that he hopes will take him to Turkey for next year's 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.
Children at St John's Primary School are studying the World Wars and are in the process of building an Anderson Shelter which will be officially opened at their Military Day in June.
Khlo stepped in as host for tonight's Chelsea Lately , looking fabulous in a skintight brown dress.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's two-day Southern California visit will conclude Wednesday with a speech at UCLA.
President Obama may be the standard bearer of the Democratic Party, but his unpopularity in some parts of the country means there are certain places on the campaign trail where it's best for him to stay away.
McCray revealed the trip to The Associated Press on Wednesday during her first extensive interview since her husband Bill de Blasio took office in January.
Take a look at this Photo Flashback from what has been called the golden age of aviation.
Bill Clinton is well used to the finer things in life, but he opted for a budget friendly dish while dining in Dublin.
A detailed, in-depth history lesson on everything World War I is being planned for at least a three-night series at Lansdale Library in the late summer-early fall.
Hillary Clinton would enter the 2016 presidential race better liked and more respected than she was when she ran for the Democratic nomination in 2008, a USA TODAY/Pew Research Center Poll finds.
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