‘Speaker Boehner and the President need to get in a room and work this out’
First Amendment recognized
Lincoln Memorial and other sites stayed open in 1995
See these heroes in action
‘It was the Obama administration’s choice to barricade this memorial’
Hundreds of thousands of individual Americans contributed $197 million to the memorial
Honor Flight heroes asked for special permission to visit memorial, were told, ‘It’s a government shutdown, what do you expect?’
More than 100 veterans risked arrest to see memorial
Great Depression memorial harkens back to the future
With broadswords, longbows, bagpipes, machetes and kilts, these men brought the hurt to the bad guys
Bob Hasegawa, whose parents spent three years in an internment camp, is trying to make it illegal for state officials to support federal indefinite detention efforts.
The filmmakers debuted a special, tear-jerking trailer in honor of Veterans Day
Attendees ‘moved to tears by what they were watching’
The Grunion, a World War II submarine, sank in the Bering Sea on July 31, 1942.
World War II veteran describes being adrift at sea after shipwreck
‘Every 90 seconds, another World War II veteran passes away’
Sultry pin-up girl and star of Howard Hughes’ controversial western, ‘The Outlaw,’ died on Monday
Not since World War II has the federal budget deficit made up such a big chunk of the U.S. economy
Defense spending has exploded under Obama. It’s time to cut defense spending back to Bush-era levels.
‘City of Ruins’ aims to dispel the myth that the ghetto was merely ‘a few collapsed houses’ with a CG reconstruction of the city