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The process of photography, developed in 1839 by Louis Daguerre, allowed trained individuals to capture the lifelike images of people, activities and places for the... [Read More]
Iran's president on Sunday lashed out at criticism of authorities' lagging response to the worst coronavirus outbreak in the Middle East, saying the government has... [Read More]
"A civil war really broke out between the military veterans of Vietnam over this design," said Jan Scruggs, founder of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund. [Read More]
The historic site figures prominently in "America's Buried History: Landmines in the Civil War" by Kenneth Rutherford, coming out May 15... [Read More]
John C. Calhoun, arguably South Carolina's most famous politician, died this week (March 31) in 1850. If there was ever a man whose desire for... [Read More]
Gov. Andrew Cuomo ripped the idea as "a Civil War kind of discussion." [Read More]
Locals loved the restaurant so much they would drive by and honk at Phillip and Hussein in traffic, thus making the pair "famous" in their... [Read More]
It would be 'a civil war kind of discussion'... [Read More]
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ripped Trump's proposal to quarantine New York. [Read More]
Bath players are on the brink of civil war with the club over an alleged decision to impose a 25 per cent pay cut on... [Read More]
This isn't a civil war, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. New York's governor on Saturday ripped suggestions by President Donald Trump that he might institute... [Read More]
'If you start walling off areas all across the country it would just be totally bizarre, counter-productive, anti-American, anti-social,' said Cuomo in an interview with... [Read More]
"History reminds us that at every moment of economic upheaval and transformation, this nation has responded with bold action and big ideas.  In the midst... [Read More]
Gov. Andrew Cuomo tore into the suggestion, saying it would be something not seen since the Civil War to restrict movement across states. [Read More]
Saudi Arabia is suing for peace in Yemen after a humiliating defeat for its allied forces in the north of the country, five years after... [Read More]
You can deal with militias and armies, the owners of Beirut's famous Barbar restaurant say, but you can't make friends with the coronavirus. [Read More]
John Bross' Chicago ties stretched from ancestors involved in the early days of the Chicago Tribune in the 1850s, to a Civil War officer who... [Read More]
On Jan. 30, I had the opportunity to interview Aaron Kepley, executive director of the Rowan Museum. I first made contact with him through the... [Read More]
Through 15 years of civil war and various bouts of violence since, Lebanon's Barbar eatery never closed its doors, serving up sandwiches to customers even... [Read More]
Epidemiologist Gregg Gonsalves on pandemic debates and Civil War historian David Blight on what history can teach us about living through catastrophe. [Read More]
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