From the May 27 edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe: Previously: With New Debate Strategy, GOP Slips Further Into The Right-Wing Media Bubble GOP Civil War: Huckabee Demands Republicans "Grow A Spine" And Oppose Marriage Equality RNC Releases "Stop Hillary" Ad Exclusively To Fox & Friends
A suicide bomber with a concealed weapon detonated his payload during Friday prayers at the Ali b. Abi Talib Mosque in Qadif, a suburb of the major Shiite city of Qatif in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
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Angela Burnes left Baltimore in 1972 looking for freedom. Things would be different in Latin America, she thought. They had to be. But the main character of Sunset quickly finds herself trapped in a country torn apart by civil war. Can doing chores for a rich man help her tear down a military coup? Should she? Read more...
An unexpected actor shows up on the set of 'Captain America 3', though it isn't known in what capacity or how it will affect the story.
Talent is currently being sought for the feature film “Captain America 3: Civil War.” In “Captain America 3: Civil War,” the collective governments of the world pass an act designed to regulate all superhuman activity. This polarizes...Show More Summary
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This weekend, social media is filled with messages asking us to remember the Americans who have died defending our country and our freedom. Memorial Day, first established in 1866 to honor Union soldiers of the Civil War, is now a day...Show More Summary
The last Monday every May is set aside for Memorial Day, a time to remember those who died while serving in America's armed forces. The holiday traces its roots all the way back to the Civil War, but given the current state of the world, it's just as important as ever. Show More Summary
On May 25, Memorial Day, American citizens at home and abroad honor the country's fallen military members. The holiday was first established after the American Civil War as a way for Americans from both sides, North and South, to remember those killed in what is to date the country's most costly war in terms of lives lost. Show More Summary
Paul HarveyJust a brief interruption in our normal schedule for a reminder of the true origins of Memorial Day, from Charleston, South Carolina just after the Civil War. We first posted about it here four years ago. This classic David...Show More Summary
In the late 1850s, the Massachusetts writer Oliver Wendell Holmes invented the hand-held stereoscope, a contraption that allowed two slightly different images to be viewed together three-dimensionally. The device revolutionized the world of photography, as any middle-class family could purchase one for about $10 in today’s money. Show More Summary
In the rapidly growing Pennsylvania city of Wilkes-Barre in the 1920s, the school board readily approved construction of a new high school. Then the big question was what to name it. On the board were three sons of Civil War veterans and one of them, John A. Show More Summary
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Three years after the end of the Civil War, General John Logan made the first Memorial Day proclamation (originally called Decoration Day). As you honor the day, enjoy a little national history.
It's Memorial Day, which began as a commemoration of those who died in the American Civil War. Since we have no day set aside to take note of civilian victims...
Memorial Day, a federal holiday since 1967, originated from the American Civil War to honor the Union and Confederate dead. During the early 20th century the occassion has been extended to recognize all Americans who have sacrificed their life during military conflict.
The notion that the truth about combat cannot be described in a book goes back to the American Civil War, at least.
The militant group vows to increase its involvement in support of Syria's government forces as its civil war continues
The original name of the holiday we celebrate today was Decoration Day, and it was dedicated to the dead of the Civil War. In 1971, the name was changed to Memorial Day, and it was extended to include the fallen of all wars. Most of...Show More Summary