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Los Angeles this week began a process that could end up protecting Verdugo Hills Golf Course from controversial plans to build hundreds of homes after the City Council voted unanimously to review the site of a former internment camp for possible status as...
Historians have said that losing the Philippines in the early stages of World War II was a defining event in the career of Gen. Douglas MacArthur. The same could be said of Edwin Ramsey. But Ramsey couldn't admit defeat. After MacArthur's retreat in...
WASHINGTON (AP) — This is what "Forward" looks like. Fast forward, even. President Barack Obama's campaign slogan is springing to life in a surge of executive directives and agency rule-making that touch many of the affairs of government. They are...
The Hartford CourantJohn Brennan, newly confirmed director of the CIA, assured Americans in a speech last year on targeted killing that there is "absolutely nothing casual" about the process of targeted killing, including that of American citizens. He included in this the...
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) delivered a nearly 13-hour filibuster Wednesday of John Brennan’s nomination to lead the CIA. Paul used his time on the floor to question the legality of the White House's policies on drone use, beginning at 11:47 a.m. EST and...
It is no surprise that our country is deeply divided. We are constantly bombarded with political rhetoric from the right, the left, and everywhere in between. It seems the political class can agree on nothing from complex world issues to the simpler...
Keehn Landis died quietly at his home on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013. Keehn was born on June 17, 1922, and grew up in Glencoe, Ill. He enlisted in the Air Force right after the Japanese invasion of Pearl Harbor. As he waited to be called up, he was able to...
Colonial Players offers a gem in historical and dramatic substance in its current production of Joanna McClelland Glass' "Trying," continuing through March 2 in Annapolis. This two-person "memory play" is set in 1967 and finds Judge Francis Biddle, 81,...
The Hartford CourantBaselio Zorzanello was a quiet hero of World War II, one of thousands of American troops who survived months in prisoner of war camps during World War II. Like many veterans, he spoke of his experiences rarely and briefly. He dwelt mostly on the few...
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George Aratani, a Los Angeles businessman who donated millions of dollars to Japanese American causes, and with his wife endowed the nation’s first academic chair to study the World War II internment of people of Japanese descent and their efforts...
Tags: Human Interest, Armed Forces, Arts and Culture, Japan, China
By all accounts, Elias Manchester Boddy was a self-made man. Boddy's early years were difficult. Born in a log cabin in Washington, gassed in Europe in World War I, Boddy worked his way through college with a variety of odd jobs, ranging from janitor...
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