Alfred Newman served from 1943 to 1945, transmitting codes in his native tongue which prevented the Japanese from gleaning U.S. intelligence during World War II. NPR - Published Also reported by •azcentral.com
Watch VideoPresident Trump has leveled plenty of criticism against NATO during his time in office. Although he eventually backtracked on his criticism, a new report that the president.. Newsy - Published
Battlefield V's second free DLC expansion is here. Developer DICE has rolled out the first wave of Chapter 2: Lightning Strikes on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, bringing new modes, weapons, and other content..
According to Reuters, the United States has warned German companies involved in the Russian-led Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that they could face sanctions if they stick with the project. U.S. President..
According to Reuters, the U.S. ambassador to Germany has warned companies involved in the construction of the Russian-led Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that they could face sanctions if they stick to the..
According to Reuters, Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell said that a Spanish citizen has died following a gas explosion in central Paris on Saturday, bringing the death toll to three. On Twitter,..
New Legislation Protects Girls’ Access to Education in Vulnerable Settings
WASHINGTON (PRWEB) January 15, 2019
Girl Up today welcomed the passage and signing of the Protecting Girls’ Access.. PRWeb - Published
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — A Colorado Springs woman who was among the first women to fly for the U.S. military during World War II has died at age 96.Bill Young told The Gazette that his mother.. New Zealand Herald - Published Also reported by •Denver Post •Seattle Times
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — A Navajo Code Talker who used his native language to outsmart the Japanese in World War II has died in New Mexico at age 94.Navajo Nation officials say Alfred K. Newman died.. New Zealand Herald - Published
The future of the U.K.'s March 29 exit from the EU is deeply uncertain as parliament is likely to vote down May's deal, opening up outcomes ranging from a disorderly divorce to reversing Brexit.. Haaretz - Published Also reported by •Reuters •Reuters India
George Kolber and Charles Kolber announce publication of ‘Thrown upon the World’
LOCUST, N.J. (PRWEB) January 15, 2019
A Jewish family fled the Nazis, while at the same time a Chinese family.. PRWeb - Published
In international Politics there are no permanent friends or enemies, but only permanent interests (John Henry Temple). Nation-states adopt any sort of tricks to safeguard and enlarge their national.. Eurasia Review - Published
Support is growing in the United States for a Green New Deal. Though there are competing visions for what that looks like, essentially, a Green New Deal includes a rapid transition to a clean energy.. Eurasia Review - Published
By Bruno Husquinet*
Churches think in centuries and are not bound to short-term political mandates. On January 5, 2018 the Patriarch of Constantinople implemented his decision to grant independence.. Eurasia Review - Published
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: The Dig For Victory drive was a triumph of British resilience, ingenuity and self-sufficiency in the face of great adversity. Now, though, there’s a danger of it being forgotten. MailOnline - Published
A 96-year-old World War II veteran from California will be spending plenty of time with family going through a mountain of birthday cards, after a request from his daughter on Facebook went viral. FOXNews.com - Published
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The Polish port city of Gdansk, whose mayor died after being stabbed while on stage during a charity fundraiser, is among Poland’s most famous cities due to the key role it.. Seattle Times - Published
In 1938, just before World War II broke out, the city of London (population 9 million) only had eight pints of blood in storage ready for transfusion. For context, consider that the human body contains.. The Verge - Published
Greece told German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday it had grounds to pursue a legal claim for billions of euros in reparations for the Nazi occupation of the country in World War Two. Reuters India - Published
James Scott tells the story of Gen. Douglas MacArthur and the 29-day battle of Manila in his latest book, "Rampage," which unfolds in a chilling narrative of some of the fiercest urban fighting of.. Seattle Times - Published