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The Fallen Served for our Freedom

Memorial Day is all about celebrating the lives of the men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. The United States is made great because of their heroism. Their lives are remembered, honored, and celebrated...Show More Summary

Bangladesh Islamic State suspect worked for Coca-Cola unit: sources

DHAKA (Reuters) - One of two men arrested in Bangladesh as a suspected member of Islamic State was an IT manager at a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Co, police and company sources told Reuters on Monday.

In observance of Memorial Day

It's Memorial Day, which means we're taking a moment to remember the brave women and men who have served - or sadly, fallen - in order to keep the United States the Land of the Free. But it also marks the unofficial start of summer, and we're taking a day off to relax and celebrate. Show More Summary

Remembering The Fallen On Memorial Day

Today we remember those men and women who served, and who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Many of us will celebrate this holiday with family, friends, and food, the way we’ve been taught to honor those who have gone before us. Show More Summary

Why Memorial Day Has Special Significance for African Americans

Memorial Day is a sacred occasion when we pay tribute to all the military men and women who have died in service to the United States. It is also an observance that owes its creation to blacks. This tradition began when newly freed slaves decorated the grave sites of Civil War soldiers as a way to honor those who had fought for their freedom. Show More Summary

Japanese brand men love to shop

Men love it, their stores are super simple to shop at, and with 40 stores in the United States, don’t be shocked when they expand during the next few years to a shopping mall near you. Their expansion is coming and it will be huge, with Men who are the majority shoppers. They are the […]

USMNT Watch: Davies Scores Another, Brooks Avoids Drop, Gatt Hurt Again

With the majority of the European seasons coming to a close this weekend, the focus of United States men's national team fans turned squarely to Major League Soccer and the Scandinavian leagues. On home soil, Charlie Davies continued...Show More Summary

U.S. Celebrates National Maritime Day!

Each year on May 22nd, the United States celebrates National Maritime Day, an observance of the contributions of the men and women of the U.S. merchant marine, as well as the U.S. maritime industry and the benefits it brings to the country in terms of transportation, jobs, goods, recreation and national security. Show More Summary

Dunwoody Memorial Day Ceremony - Monday 10 am at Brook Run Veterans Memorial

Video - a rockin little ditty. JOIN US ON MONDAY, MAY 25 AS WE HONOR THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES WHO GAVE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE FOR THEIR COUNTRY. Brook Run Park 4770 North Peachtree Road Dunwoody, Georgia 10:00 am - 11:00 am Veterans Memorial Seating is limited. Show More Summary

AntiCancer Living: The Mix of Six

Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D. and Alison Jefferies, MEd Cancer is a leading cause of death in the world. In the United States one in two men and one in three women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. Yet there is irrefutable evidence that the majority of cancer and the suffering that follows can be prevented through appropriate lifestyle choices. Show More Summary

6 Chinese Men Indicted in Theft of Code From U.S. Tech Companies

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The suspects studied in the United States and took jobs at the semiconductor companies Avago Technologies and Skyworks Solutions.

Jozy Altidore out for upcoming USMNT matches

The Toronto FC striker is expected to miss at least a month. Toronto FC announced on Tuesday that Jozy Altidore will miss 4-5 weeks with a hamstring injury, which means he'll be out for both of the United States men's national team's upcoming June friendly matches. Show More Summary

US slams Gambia’s president for threatening to slit the throats of gay men

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The United States slammed Gambian President Yahya Jammeh on Saturday for “unconscionable” remarks, after the West African leader reportedly threatened to slit the throats of gay men in his country. In a public speech this month, Jammeh said he would slit the throats of men who wanted to...

Presiding at Same-Sex Wedding, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Emphasizes a Key Word

With a sly look and special emphasis on the word “Constitution,” Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she was pronouncing two men married by the powers vested in her by the Constitution of the United States.

New screening method for prostate cancer recurrence

The American Cancer Society estimated that 220,800 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed in the United States in 2015. Approximately 27,540 men will die of the disease, accounting for 5 percent of all cancer deaths. read mo...

State Sanctioned Murder: The Opinion of a Good Man

Shawn Henfling explores the archaic and barbaric practice of capital punishment in the United States. The post State Sanctioned Murder: The Opinion of a Good Man appeared first on The Good Men Project.

USMNT Watch: Jozy Leaves TFC Match with Injury, Transfer Rumors Start to Swirl

Fans of the United States men's national team held their collective breath on Saturday night when one of the USMNT's top players pulled up with a hamstring injury. Top forward Jozy Altidore exited Toronto FC's 1-1 draw with the New England...Show More Summary

Q&A: ‘Mad Men’ creator Matthew Weiner talks ‘other-ness’ and Jewish identity on eve of finale

This weekend, America will say goodbye to the cultural phenomenon that is “Mad Men.” Over seven seasons, the series — which airs its last episode Sunday on AMC — traces the United States’ transition from the staid, tradition-bound Eisenhower years to the freewheeling exuberance and social upheaval of the 1960s. It’s about the rise of […]

U.S. 4x100m Men’s Relay Team Stripped of 2012 Olympic Silver

In 2012 the United States finished second behind Jamaica in the 4x100m race in the London Olympics. Following the Olymipics, U.S. sprinter Tyson Gay came under fire for alleged doping. Gay returned his silver medal to the IOC last year and accepted a 1-year suspension for using a banned substance during the Olympics. But that’s […]

Lolo Jones reacts to report of U.S. sprint team being stripped of Olympic medals

The United States men’s 4×100 sprint relay team was stripped of its silver medals from the 2012 Olympics Wednesday, one (...)

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