Over the long weekend, headstones at the Chesed Shel Emeth Society cemetery outside of St. Louis were vandalized—just another part of the quiet wave of anti-Semitism sweeping the nation, emboldened by the Trump administration. Now, two American Muslim activists have started a fundraising campaign to pay for the damage. Read more...
Donald Trump has picked Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster to be his new national security adviser. Authorities are investigating the vandalism of a historic Jewish cemetery in St. Louis. The British government is defending its decision to invite...Show More Summary
On the eve of Inauguration Day, President-elect Donald Trump, along with his family and Vice President-elect Mike Pence, visited the Tomb of the Unknowns. Continue reading ? The post WATCH: Trump lays wreath at Arlington National Cemetery appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
For her first inaugural weekend appearance Thursday afternoon, Melania dressed with respect in joining the president-elect for a wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. Wearing a Narisol Ferrari military-inspired knee-length coat and coordinating sheath dress, the incoming first...
The solemn ceremony pays honor to those who have fallen serving the country in the armed forces.
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On Friday, president-elect Donald Trump will be inaugurated into office. The day will begin with a wreath-laying ceremony at the Arlington National Cemetery followed by several celebrations, including galas and inaugural balls, throughout...Show More Summary
The three days of events will kick off with a wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.
A decade after his plane was shot down over Iraq, Air Force Major Troy Gilbert has been laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery—for the...
Tens of thousands of volunteers gathered at Arlington National Cemetery and more than a thousand other locations on Saturday, December 17th to lay wreaths on the headstones of fallen soldiers. The "Wreaths Across America" event is an annual tradition at the cemetery. Show More Summary
Next month’s official inaugural festivities will kick off with Donald Trump laying a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery Jan. 19 and end with a national prayer service Jan. 21. In … Click to Continue »
Air Force Major Troy Gilbert was laid to rest, finally and completely, at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday. He’d already been buried twice, in bits and pieces, in 2006 and 2013. Monday’s interment made him the only person known to Arlington ever to be buried in the nation’s most hallowed ground three times. Once again,…
Former astronaut, U.S. Marine, and U.S. senator John Glenn will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery, according to Fox News.His storied...
Representatives of Reiyukai Buddhist movement from Japan visited L.A. National Cemetery on Veterans Day. We spoke with them about what their society teaches of the Empire of Japan's march to control Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Oceanians. Show More Summary
The Body Bearers cherish the ritual and honor of carrying fallen Marines to their graves at Arlington National Cemetery.
The National Cemetery Parking Lot is nearing completion. The parking lot has been significantly reduced[...] The post National Cemetery Parking Lot Nears Completion appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.
President Barack Obama shakes the hand of Donald E. Larson, National President of the Fleet Reserve Association, after delivering remarks during a Veterans Day ceremony at the Memorial Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, Nov. Show More Summary
Campaigners launched legal action Monday to exhume the body of former Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos, just three days after his burial in a national heroes' cemetery triggered street protests. He was finally laid to rest Friday...Show More Summary
From honoring our veterans at the Arlington National Cemetery, to the President's final trip abroad, it’s been a busy week. Watch behind the scenes footage and highlights from his tour of Greece, Germany and Peru by watching this week's...Show More Summary
On November 19, 1863, famed orator and former Secretary of State Edward Everett delivered a two-hour speech at the Gettysburg National Cemetery — but most people only remember the two-minute speech given by President Abraham Lincoln. Arguably, Everett's words that day deserve just as much attention and praise as Lincoln's. Show More Summary