Like most people my first thought was that maybe the Patriots balls got deflated because Aaron Hernandez shot them all.
Anti-gun activists, athletes, veterans and teachers are among guests who members of Congress will host at the State of the Union address.
The two old sailors sat side by side in a living room in Bedford-Stuyvesant on Saturday afternoon.
So often, brands on Twitter make mistakes. They stick their metaphorical feet into their metaphorical mouths and have to spend the next four Pearl Harbor anniversaries being reminded that This Was Not The Time To Speak of Spaghetti-O’s, Great Heavens, No, You Utter Moron. They make an ill-timed joke, or they misread the mood. They […]
Former ambassador to China says Sony shouldn't have pulled The Interview.
by Dish Staff Frank Rich feels that that Sony’s hand was forced: We are witnessing, in Alan Dershowitz’s phrase, the “Pearl Harbor of the First Amendment.” But this story is far bigger than the threat to the First Amendment. And the vituperation being aimed at Sony for canceling the film’s release — coming from both […]
Alan Dershowitz used some particularly strong language on CNN tonight to talk about the Sony hacking, believed to have originated in North Korea, calling it "Pearl Harbor on the First Amendment."
Bill of Rights Day was established on December 15, 1941 to mark the document‘s 150th anniversary. A few weeks earlier the media probably assumed this would be a typical history/anniversary story, but everything changed after the attack...Show More Summary
The three elderly men walked slowly to the front of the American Legion hall and settled into a row of chairs by the podium. They wore Hawaiian shirts, and white pants and shoes, and the words emblazoned on each of their caps noted their place in history: Pearl Harbor Survivor.
Two civilian contractors were killed Wednesday after being hit by a falling five-ton buoy at Pearl Harbor's Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility. The post Two U.S. Navy Contractors Killed by Falling Buoy at Pearl Harbor Facility appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Franklin Roosevelt crafted his rousing "Day of Infamy" speech. Looking at the first draft, you can see the few annotations and edits he made to it, including some vital alterations that made all the difference. Read more...
I’m not saying that we shouldn’t honor Pearl Harbor or the people that died, but to combat anti-Chinese sentiment and dispel racist attitudes that crop up this time of year.
Gamergate announced a big new op yesterday because it was the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, and they have an over-inflated sense of self-importance. Their plan? Convince indie developers that the Independent Games Festival and IndieCade are colluding with corrupt developers. Because Ethics In Games Journalism. Sadly for Gamergate, it's not going over so well.
It may come as a surprise that the idea to truncate California into multiples states has been around for over 160 years. What may be more surprising is that the bombing of Pearl Harbor, which Sunday marked its 73 rd anniversary, has a role in why the far-fetched idea has never come to fruition. Show More Summary
From the ashes of the war, the United States and Japan have forged an unlikely alliance that has weathered many storms. Today it is more important than ever before.
President Franklin Roosevelt began writing his December 8th “Infamy” speech on December 7th, 1941. On Sunday, December 8th, millions of radio listeners first heard the news about Pearl Harbor. In his speech, FDR asked Congress for aShow More Summary
National Is this the end for Southern Democrats? Maybe that’s why the President got indigestion. Mismanagement at Pearl Harbor Protests over police killings turn violent. Rolling Stone can’t make up its mind on who’s to blame in the UVA assault story. Show More Summary
Of the nine remaining survivors of the USS Arizona, four gathered at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii Sunday to mark 73 years since the attack. #460111232 / gettyimages.com All of the men are in their 90s, and each one agreed that this wouldn't be their last reunion. Show More Summary
After gathering information about the background of the attack on Pearl Harbor and Japan’s expansionist actions in the late 1930s, students are tasked with being advisors to President Franklin Roosevelt to help him fashion a response and best course of action to address the shock of the destruction at Pearl Harbor.