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It was 70 years ago the United States was blindsided by a cowardly attack on Pearl Harbor. Japanese fighter planes and torpedo bombers invaded the skies above Hawaii and assaulted the military base. Altogether, 2,390 Americans lost their lives in the...
Nation NowPearl Harbor Day: Age is catching up with the survivors of Pearl Harbor. As their ranks continue to dwindle, some survivors fear that the nation may let down its guard or forget their sacrifices. On this 70th anniversary, the nation promised survivors...
If the late U.S. Sen. William Proxmire, D-Wis., could find a way to communicate with U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., he'd probably say: "What took you guys so long?" As reported Wednesday in The Morning Call, Toomey, who is from the Lehigh Valley, is a...
Culture MonsterNew Wyoming museum recalls internment of Japanese-Americans...
Associated PressThe Democratic-led Senate on Wednesday emphatically rejected a budget-slashing House spending bill as too draconian. It then immediately killed a rival Democratic plan that was derided by moderate Democrats as too timid in its drive to cut day-to-day...
Barney F. Hajiro, whose heroic actions as a World War II Army private during the rescue of the so-called Lost Battalion and in two other fierce battles in eastern France earned him a belated Medal of Honor nearly six decades later, has died. He was 94....
KTUU.comMay 8, 2007: Sen. Ted Stevens responds to a federal indictment of Bill Allen, head of oilfield services company VECO Corp., for allegedly bribing his son, then-state Senate President Ben Stevens, in 2002. July 18, 2007: Stevens files a report on his...
Tags: FBI, Barack Obama, Alaska, Mark Begich, Washington, DC
Top of the TicketGerald Blaine says he nearly shot the new president shortly after John Kennedy was shot and killed....
The Hartford CourantSeated before a bank of cameras in the clubby, wood-paneled confines of a Senate hearing room one morning last week, Christopher J. Dodd looked completely at home. The silver-haired senator was poised to take the gavel for the final time as chairman of...
Tags: Elections, Laws, Mitch McConnell, West Virginia, Ralph Nader
Change of SubjectMore background from the Tribune archives on the mayor's race. Click here for the full series Braun says report clears her campaign manager December 7, 1992 U.S. Sen.-elect Carol Moseley Braun said Sunday an independent inquiry she ordered has cleared.......
Top of the TicketAnd the official toasts by India's prime minister Manmohan Singh and Obama....
Hawaii's Republicans poised to take House seat long held by Democrats -- fluke or sign of things to come?Top of the TicketHawaii has long been known as a Democratic stronghold. Sure, Republican Linda Lingle served two terms as governor, to fairly good reviews. In 2006, she was reelected to a third term with 62% of the vote. Still, for most of......
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