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Mark Takai, Congressman from Hawaii, Dies at 49

Mr. Takai was elected to Congress in 2014, representing the district of Aiea/Pearl City, near Pearl Harbor. The cause of death was pancreatic cancer.

Well Played, Jennifer Garner in Victoria Beckham

I have a lot of thoughts about Jennifer Garner. I miss Alias, for one thing. I have questions for her about what it was like to film Pearl Harbor. I really want to befriend her and have a lot of discussions with her about Ben and his back tattoo and their divorce and that Bill Simmons thing Read More...

The Phantom Barber of Pascagoula, Mississippi

In 1942 the United States was in a state of social upheaval. The bombing of Pearl Harbor sent many young men off to fight against the German and Japanese forces,

Ship Photos of the Day – Pearl Harbor During RIMPAC 2016, the World’s Largest Maritime Exercise

Dozens of Navy ships from all over the world have descended on Pearl Harbor as part for Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2016, the world’s largest international maritime exercise. Participating in this year’s event, lasting from June 30 to...Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: George Takei takes a sobering tour of a Japanese internment camp

It is one of the ugliest chapters of American history in the 20th century, one that may be difficult to fathom from a modern perspective. Two months after imperial Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941, President Franklin D. Show More Summary

Great Moments in Journalism

From an Associated Press report on December 8, 1941: "IMPERIAL HEADQUARTERS AT TOKYO declared war late today against both the United States and Britain after Japanese bombers had attacked the great Pearl Harbor naval base at Honolulu,...Show More Summary

Years after His Death in Pearl Harbor, Sailor Honored

Paul Andrews Nash is finally coming home, nearly 75 years after paying the ultimate sacrifice at Pearl Harbor.

Inside the First Terrorist Attack Against America

3 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

A version of this story first appeared on Medium Just eight weeks after Pearl Harbor, John McCloy, then the assistant Secretary of War, sat in the Oval Office with his boss, Secretary of War Henry Stimson, and the president, Franklin Roosevelt. Show More Summary

Radio Host Likens Same-Sex Marriage Ruling To 9/11, Pearl Harbor

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Conservative radio host Bryan Fischer marked the one-year anniversary of marriage equality in the U.S. as only Bryan Fischer could, offering an outrageous, homophobic analogy on both his radio show and Twitter. The former director of...Show More Summary

Four teams to play in event in Hawai’i on 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Cal, Seton Hall, Princeton and Hawai'i will take part in the Pearl Harbor Basketball Invitational.

Hawaii to play in Pearl Harbor basketball invitational

The University of Hawaii men's basketball team will play in the Fox Sports Pearl Harbor Invitational in December, part of the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor        

CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield Angrily Demands to Know the Point of Benghazi Investigation

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

First, she pointed out that the investigation into Benghazi has gone on longer than those associated with the murder of John F. Kennedy, the 9/11 attacks, Hurricane Katrina and the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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 […]

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