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Fox59.comThe US military command has launched an investigation into whether it offers adequate mental health care to its soldiers. Sergeant John Russell of Sherman, Texas is charged with five counts of murder and one count of aggravated assault for Monday's...
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Chicago TribuneThe commission to design the Auditorium building went on this date to two men, engineer Dankmar Adler and his partner, architect Louis H. Sullivan, who had shown an extraordinary originality in his use of ornamentation and artificial lighting. It was...
Special to the TribuneFor highway travelers, This Is the Place.Since 1869, when the last spike of the Transcontinental Railroad was driven into a tie at Promontory, Utah, railroad tracks have stitched together America's East and West Coasts. But less than a century ago, a...
Many of those who oppose U.S. intervention in Iraq say President Bush has recklessly abandoned America's long tradition of peaceful diplomacy and replaced it with an aggressive policy of starting wars, seizing lands and oppressing nations. Not true,...
EVENT: Step Up and Speak - 5k Walk for Epilepsy DATE: Saturday, November 8, 2008 TIME: 10a.m. WHERE: Fort Benjamin Harrison State Park COST: $15 INFO: 1-800-526-6618 WEB: www.indianaepilepsyfoundation.org The Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana will...
Jackson County is giving away the remains of an 19th century covered bridge that collapsed into the East Fork White River so that a coalition of groups can turn it into a state park's new centerpiece. Jackson County Commissioners voted Tuesday to give...
If you've never heard of Dale Chihuly, you must not know Tacoma. That's understandable, because the city is easily overlooked and underestimated, nestled as it is south of Seattle and bordered on three sides by extensions of Puget Sound. On some maps...
Special to the TribunePresidential houses are a wonderful way to understand the domestic life of this country's leaders. The Midwest has been historically fertile ground for presidential ambitions, and after the travails of politics, many ex-presidents were content to resettle...
Tags: China, Painting, Diplomacy, Springfield, Ulysses S. Grant
The Swampby Jim Tankersley France celebrates its independence day on the anniversary of a citizen uprising at a prison; Canada's comes on the anniversary of a legislative act recognizing its self-governance. In the United States, we celebrate a "Dear John"......
Wood Pond PressWhen Northeastern Connecticut's tourism boosters were trying to figure out what to call their region, someone suggested "The Quiet Corner." The name stuck. Off the beaten path, this area often is overlooked by tourists and its attractions are decidedly...
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