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1942 Redux: Are Muslim-Americans the New Japanese-Americans?

On December 22, 1941, two weeks after Pearl Harbor, LIFE Magazine, one of the most respectable, indeed iconic, publications in American history, offered its readers an article entitled "How to Tell Japs From the Chinese." In it the editors expressed their concern: In the first discharge off emotions touched off by the Japanese on their nation, U.S. Show More Summary

Google and Facebook push the president’s cybersecurity commission for transparency

Poisoned trust. Yearnings for transparency. The cyber Pearl Harbor. Executives from Google, Facebook, Dropbox, and other major tech companies met with the president’s Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity at UC Berkeley yesterday. Show More Summary

The Best Brands on Twitter Don’t Tweet Like Brands

Summary: Does anyone care what SpahgettiOs thinks about Pearl Harbor? Or how Totino’s feels about the newest X-Men movie? What about when Kenneth Cole joked that violent protests in Egypt were a result of the clothing line’s...Show More Summary

What Bernie Sanders Has Already Done for Hillary Clinton

Bernie Sanders, who was born in 1941 before the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the official American entry into World War II, is the oldest presidential candidate (still) in a race dominated by senior citizens, yet he’s made his mark as the youth candidate. Show More Summary

Terrorism and Lunacy Are Not the Same Thing

What a depressing day. I can't say I really felt like writing anything. But I will say one thing: there is a big difference between an attack coordinated and carried out by a foe (Pearl Harbor, Pan Am 103, 9/11, Paris, etc.) and an attack by a lunatic who was inspired by something or other (fame, hatred of blacks, Islamist ideology, etc.). Show More Summary

DVD Review: Neither Warren Beatty nor Chris Rock could improve upon Here Comes Mr. Jordan

Originally released at a time of national anxiety—four months before Pearl Harbor—the comic fantasy Here Comes Mr. Jordan positively radiates reassurement, in the form of a beatific and perpetually amused Claude Rains. Best known at the time for playing villains like Prince John in The Adventures Of Robin Hood and Senator Paine in Mr. Show More Summary

Park Service tears down historic Navy home at Pearl Harbor

HONOLULU (AP) — The National Park Service says it demolished a historic home at Pearl Harbor without consulting historic preservation authorities as required. Superintendent Jacqueline Ashwell said in an interview Thursday the Park Service failed to provide appropriate oversight for the project, which began in November. She says a building similar in style to the […]

Navy's Secret Code-breakers Honored for Pivotal WWII Role

The more than 100 U.S. Navy intelligence code-breakers who played a key role in the World War II victory against Japan were honored in ceremonies at Pearl Harbor on Monday.

Remains of New York sailor killed at Pearl Harbor identified

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — The remains of a central New York sailor killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor nearly 75 years ago have been identified and will be buried in his hometown The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency says Machinist’s Mate 1st Class Alfred Wells of Syracuse was aboard the battleship USS Oklahoma when the […]

More MIAs Return

DPAA has identified and accounted for the following formerly-missing US military personnel. From World War II • MM1 Harold F. Carney, US Navy, assigned to the crew of the USS Oklahoma, was lost at Pearl Harbor, HI, on 7 December 1941.  He was accounted-for on 21 April 2016. • Seaman 2nd Class Vernon N. Grow, US […]

Pearl Harbor’ Director Michael Bay Clarifies Comments About Kate Beckinsale

While visiting The Graham Norton Show, Kate Beckinsale reflected on her experiences working with friend and director Michael Bay on 2001’s Pearl Harbor, commenting that Bay had assigned a trainer to the actress. Kate, who had just given birth to a daughter, Lily, now 17 years old, says she had conflicted feelings about having to... Show More Summary

Camp Atterbury Prisoner of War Chapel in Franklin, Indiana

Camp Atterbury, today an active National Guard base in southern Indiana, was built as an army training facility shortly after Pearl Harbor, and soon became the unlikely destination for about 15,000 POWs from Benito Mussolini and Adolf...Show More Summary

Michael Bay says he and Kate Beckinsale are chill, at least during Christmas and birthdays.

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

After Kate Beckinsale chatted with Graham Norton about how Michael Bay somehow didn't think she was a drop-dead gorgeous human specimen upon casting her for Pearl Harbor, Michael Bay has let it be known that there's no animosity between that ugly chick and himself. Show More Summary

Michael Bay Is Sorry-Not-Sorry About His Rude Kate Beckinsale Comments

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Michael Bay — the Fellini of explosions and robots and boobs — would like you to know that Kate Beckinsale is very much not mad about the time he asked her to lose weight for Pearl Harbor. And she’s definitely not mad about the time he said he cast her ... More »

Michael Bay Clears Up Thoughts on Kate Beckinsale: 'I Truly Respect Her'

Michael Bay is responding to Kate Beckinsale‘s story about when he cast her for Pearl Harbor back in 2001. The 51-year-old director took to his website to explain that things got misconstrued in the press, and that he respects her a lot. Kate had told a story on The Graham Norton Show about how he [...]

Working On A Michael Bay Film Was Kate Beckinsale's Sexist Crucible

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Being a woman in a Michael Bay film sounds like some yet-to-be-discovered circle of hell (@Megan Fox, telephone for help). Just ask Kate Beckinsale. The actress starred in Bay's 2001 war epic "Pearl Harbor" as a nurse caught in an epic...Show More Summary

Michael Bay: The Donald Trump of Movies

3 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

The brash Transformers director has come under fire for sexist comments he made to Kate Beckinsale on Pearl Harbor. You aint heard nothin yet.

Cool dude Michael Bay body-shamed Kate Beckinsale while making 'Pearl Harbor'

Can a movie about a tragedy really be great without huge boobs? That is an actual quandary allegedly faced by director and explosion enthusiast Michael Bay back when he cast Kate Beckinsale in Pearl Harbor. You know, one of those movies...Show More Summary

Kate Beckinsale: 'Pearl Harbor' Director Michael Bay Body-Shamed Me!

Director Michael Bay is kind of a jerk, and everybody knows it. While promoting her new movie, Love & Friendship on The Graham Norton Show in the UK on May 27th, Kate Beckinsale brought up the fact that her Pearl Harbor director, Michael...Show More Summary

Why Michael Bay Was Impossible To Work With On Pearl Harbor, According To Kate Beckinsale

Michael Bay has a reputation for being difficult on set. Some view his behavior as that of a tyrant. Others appreciate how economical, and all-encompassing, Bay's style might be. I mean, Transformers starlet Megan Fox once compared Bay to Hitler, and there's really no way to spin that as positive. Show More Summary

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