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"She will not be missed" is a brutal phrase to read in an obituary, but leads to the question: how have obits changed in recent... [Read More]
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Here are some key moments in the history of the Los Angeles Times. Feb. 4, 1881 The Mirror Printing Office and Book... [Read More]
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Around A.D. 49, the Roman emperor Claudius expelled the Jews from the city of Rome. Historians argue about the exact date and the reasons, but... [Read More]
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essentially vulva toupÃ... [Read More]
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Today is Flag Day, commemorating the adoption of the first flag of the United States, which happened on this date in 1777 by the Second... [Read More]
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The science behind one of the most extreme-weather locations on the planet. [Read More]
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Self-driving won't mean the end to road traffic accidents. Crashes can happen for reasons of both human and technical error. Here are the most significant... [Read More]
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For decades, Omaha figuratively turned its back to the riverfront, and why not? It was gritty and not very pretty, an industrial zone with railroad... [Read More]
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The brief history of Lake McCoy loaned by Terry Hillman was written by Ida "Ify" Hurst. I asked Terry if Ida and husband Dave were... [Read More]
Here's a brief history of grand slams at the College World Series. [Read More]
The neighborhood's story is inextricably intertwined with the city's. [Read More]
When the news broke that open-carry activists in Santa Fe, Texas, were planning a pro-gun rally at a park less than five minutes from Santa... [Read More]
Here's a brief history of the 24 (and counting) days we've known Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson were a thing. [Read More]
John Podhoretz, editor of Commentary, columnist at The New York Post and contributing editor of The Weekly Standard, joins the show for this installment of... [Read More]
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