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Funding the nation’s common defense is Congress’ ...
For those who ballyhoo that the sky will fall if the Pentagon’s budget is trimmed further, I would direct their attention to the apparent shenanigans of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service.�...
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Opened pockets can help Durham’s children
As a police officer in Portland, Ore., Amy Parker told me Sunday, she saw lots of lost children. Not only that, she added, she kept seeing many who later turned up dead. “When I was on patrol, I...
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City has record free cash total
Mayor Thomas Hoye recently announced Taunton has secured a record $9.8 million in “free cash” for this fiscal year. Taxpayers heeded the report with a deep sigh of relief. Receiving the state’s...
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John Lennon's Anniversary And The American Way Of...
It's 31 years to the day that John Lennon was gunned down by Mark Chapman in New York, what is it with America and assassination? John Lennon: December 8, 1980 At 5pm on the day of the shooting,...
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Only in Kentucky Christmas Gifts
Christmas is fast approaching and it only seems appropriate for us at Louisville.com to curate some of the most unique, festive and Kentucky-proud gifts on the market! Kentucky-Fried-Chicken-Scented...
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Filmmaker Ken Burns teaches class at San Jose Sta...
SAN JOSE -- We see a small man sitting in a large, overstuffed chair, and the chair seems to be winning. Often described as elfin, the man is 60 now but still possesses the most totally awesome set of...
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(US)PS I love you: It's time to save this institu...
I recently came across a book pertinent to the post office, in the library where I work. We periodically recycle books that have not been checked out for a long time, or are in disrepair. This one fit...
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A 67-year-old caroling tradition
WASHINGTON — Last Christmas Eve at 5, the long-running caroling tradition in Kenwood, a neighborhood in Chevy Chase, Md., seemed to be on a very wet track to coming to an end. The bitterly cold rain...
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On Thursday night, I was awake. I am a night owl of sorts and usually stay awake well till dawn. On this particular night, I was watching the rib-tickling Bollywood cult classic Andaz Apna Apna. As...
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George H.W. Bush Given LBJ Foundation Award
Loading Slideshow Washington's Teeth Weren't Wooden Contrary to popular belief, the country's first president had dentures made of gold, ivory, lead, and animal teeth. Adams Used To Skip School As...
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Technology has empowered Lexington and its people
Lexington changed a lot between the time I went away to college in 1976 and returned in 1998. But I think it has changed even more profoundly since then. The earlier changes were mostly physical —...
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Blame Christmas for moving Thanksgiving
Black Friday came early this year, with stores falling over one another to get up huge sales on Thanksgiving night. One would think all that tryptophan would have left families snoozing after their...
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10 Fun Facts We Bet You Didn't Know About Thanksg...
By Saeed Ahmed | CNN (CNN) -- When the guests around your Thanksgiving table are busy stuffing their bellies today, here's one way to break the lull in conversation: dazzle them with some tasty...
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Mikey Pruitt lifts up Twenty Thousand Strongmen
Mikey Pruitt has spent the past three years in North Bend, Nebraska, building a farm from the ground up with a friend, and he looks the part: blue flannel shirt, tan corduroy overalls, dark-brown...
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Kim Phillips: Happy Thanksgiving out loud
Thanksgiving is a uniquely American holiday. According to History.com, this is how it all began: “In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared an autumn harvest feast that is...
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Epic Rap Battles of History hits it off with Mile...
Lloyd Ahlquist, left, and Peter Shukoff, the stars of Epic Rap Battles of History. Photo: New York Times On a recent evening, Peter Shukoff and Lloyd Ahlquist, two breakout stars of the YouTube era,...
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The theater season takes a bit of a pause around Thanksgiving, since many companies are readying holiday productions. But there are plenty of choices available this weekend. I'm not the only one who...
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Brother, can you spare Joe Biden a dime?
Brad Dickson's humor column, "Breaking Brad," appears daily on Omaha.com and in The World-Herald. To read more from Brad, check out his past columns at omaha.com/dickson and follow him on Twitter. *...
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Let us speak of dinnertimes past
That time of the year is arriving with all due speed, and preparations are already in force in many kitchens for the big cooking season. Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners are foremost in many of our...
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150th anniversary of Gettysburg Address draws tho...
... lincoln GETTYSBURG, Pa. (USA Today) - The site of one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War played host to a solemn tribute to history Tuesday as thousands gathered in Gettysburg, Pa., to...
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