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Every third Monday in February marks a time to honor the country's presidents, as well as enjoy a three day weekend for some. Presidents Day,... [Read More]
The current era of scorched-earth politics began five years after there was, according to Christine Blasey Ford, in 1982, an alcohol-soaked party in a suburban... [Read More]
Marilyn Moorcroft, 76, literary, active senior September 20, 2018 | Filed under: News,Community,Obituaries | Posted by:... [Read More]
George Washington Carver studied art and piano at Simpson College in 1890 after being denied admission to a Kansas school due to his race.      ... [Read More]
While George Washington Carver's rise from slavery to scientific accomplishment has inspired millions, time has reduced him to the man who did something with peanuts.... [Read More]
George Washington had a recipe for beer in his paperwork and William Penn had a special brewing area inside his Pennsylvania Colony. [Read More]
Hours before the start of hearings on Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court, the lawyer for former president George W. Bush turned over 42,000... [Read More]
Hours before the start of hearings on Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court, the lawyer for former president George W. Bush turned over 42,000... [Read More]
The Trump White House, citing executive privilege, is withholding from the Senate more than 100,000 pages of records from Judge Brett Kavanaugh's time as a... [Read More]
Washington The Trump White House, citing executive privilege, is withholding from the Senate more than 100,000 pages of records from Judge Brett Kavanaugh's time as... [Read More]
The Trump White House, citing executive privilege, is withholding from the Senate more than 100,000 pages of records from Judge Brett Kavanaugh's time as a... [Read More]
Senate Republicans and Democrats are at daggers drawn over confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Instead, they should unsheathe some questions designed to... [Read More]
The Latest on the toppling of a Confederate statue at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (all times local): 3:30 p.m. ... [Read More]
George F. Will, the conservative columnist for the Washington Post, is upset. [Read More]
Every president since George Washington has suffered from a critical press. [Read More]
The National Archives says it won't be able to produce the full cache of documents requested by Senate Republicans on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh... [Read More]
The Supreme Court is especially admirable when correcting especially deplorable prior decisions, as with the 1954 school desegregation decision rejecting an 1896 decision's "separate but... [Read More]
In the 1992 campaign, President George H.W. Bush created an unofficial and much-mocked motto for his administration during a town hall meeting in New Hampshire.... [Read More]
Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., wonders: "Is there any doubt that America would view a foreign nation firing missiles at targets on American soil as an... [Read More]
The path to today's problems with Iran passed through the University of Chicago squash court where on Dec. 2, 1942, for 4.5 minutes physicist Enrico... [Read More]
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