Monday Dec 2
Fatal 'Accidents' Weekend: Rogue Mil-Intel 'Op Chaos' Power Play?
GET POLITICAL w/VIC LIVINGSTON Just a coincidence that the Sunday Dec. 1 fatal commuter train derailment in New York City happened the day after Hollywood movie star and philanthropist Paul Walker met an untimely death in a single vehicle car crash that closely mirrored the supposed accident, also in Los Angeles, that took the life of journalist ... (more)
Sun Dec 01, 2013
1914 and today
The latest flurry of claims, counterclaims and saber-rattling over the disputed islands between China, Japan and South Korea has been made more serious by the decision of the U.S. government to challenge China's assertion of control with a flight of B-52 bombers.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Battle of Hastings: Harold's last stand... on the A2100 roundabout...
So suggestions that the official site of the Battle of Hastings - and an expensive visitor facility - may be in the wrong place have long been treated as little short of heresy.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Columbia River Treaty hearing to be held in Pasco Dec. 9
The U.S. House Natural Resources Committee plans a field hearing in Pasco to learn about regional impacts of the Columbia River Treaty with Canada.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
The Next Big Cyber Weapon: Your Car?
Cherry-picks the very best investment opportunities from all 11 research services - in energy, commodities, currencies, biotech, and more.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Hastings Salvation Army Needs Help to Fight Cold
The storm left little snow in the tri-cities, but the frigid temperatures that came with it had the Hastings Salvation Army's warming center open.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Who started the Great War?
This is the first of a two-part series about World War I. At the turn of the 20th Century, Europe had been without a general war for 85 years After the 1870 Franco-Prussian war, Europe had experienced exceptional economic growth.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Once more unto the breach for Sir Ranulph Fiennes: Explorer to write...
Three of Sir Ranulph's forebear's took up arms in the service of Henry V, while another, Robert Fiennes, was the constable of France Nick Clark is the arts correspondent of The Independent.
honors veterans with breakfast, ceremony
Miss Cherokee Julie Thornton, Principal Chief Bill John Baker, Deputy Chief Joe Crittenden and Jr. Miss Cherokee LaNice Belcher participate in the wreath ceremony during the Cherokee Nation's "Honoring Our Veterans" program.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Remembrance Day: 10 momentous battles for Canadians
Some are tactically important, others are strategically significant. There are famous disasters, as well as brave and daring episodes in Canada's military history.
Sat Nov 09, 2013
CCC - A "Best for Vets" College
Central Community College will celebrate Veterans Day Nov. 11 at its Grand Island Campus, Nov. 12 at its Hastings Campus and Nov. 13 at its Columbus Campus .
Hastingsa a Catastrophea superb
Less than six months from now, we remember that awful moment during the summer of 1914 when the European Great Powers began the Great War.
The New Zealand Herald
Book review: Catastrophe: Europe Goes to War 1914
Like one of Field Marshal Haig's family whiskies, Max Hastings is a dram that steadily improves with age.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
The Hastings Tribune
Center celebrates veterans
Joe Ballweg listens as Gale Bullard talks about his time as a medic Friday at the Golden Friendship Center during an Adams County Senior Services Veterans recognition lunch.
The New Zealand Herald
New Mitre 10 chief ready for work
Painting wallpaper at his Sydney house, then watching in horror as it rolled smoothly off the wall with the weight of the liquid, was Neil Cowie's worst DIY experience.
Yakima veteran finally gets his due
Yakima Herald-Republic photo/Gordon King Carol Camerer speaks to World War II veteran Merle Hicks after he is awarded the Bronze Star and other medals for his service in Europe.