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America remembers 9/11 attacks

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Americans commemorated 9/11 with solemn ceremonies and vows on September 11 to “never forget” 18 years after the deadliest terror attacks on American soil. A crowd of victims’ relatives assembled at ground ...

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President elevates prayer as central part of September 11 remembrance

As the memories of the fateful day of September 11, 2001 fade, President Donald Trump has signaled he is determined to make sure prayer plays a  role in its remembrance. The President ...

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How one Christian birthed the nation’s WWI memorial

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Have you ever been to Longview Farm? Or visited the Kansas City Museum or the nation’s official WWI monument and museum, Liberty Memorial? Kansas City enjoys all these landmarks thanks to the generosity ...

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Memorial to fallen police removed for mentioning God

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A memorial marker honoring fallen police officers in Tega Cay, SC recently stirred a huge controversy because it mentioned God – then God was removed, kicking off another fight. The memorial stone ...

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Bipartisan group organizes tour of Holocaust Memorial in DC

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A bipartisan group has organized a private, after-hours tour of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., for members of Congress on July 16. An invitation was released on Thursday by ...

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Public cross gets favorable ruling from Supreme Court

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In what is becoming a string of victories for free speech rights involving a public cross, the U.S. Supreme Court issued yet another ruling in favor of a cross memorial. The ruling ...

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Holocaust survivors rebuke Congresswomen over concentration camp remarks

Is the United States operating concentration camps for illegal aliens? It is if you listen to Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.). The two extreme-left Democrats are boldly comparing detention ...

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We’re home–now what? WWI Museum looks at veterans from the Great War

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Americans are familiar with the treatment of Vietnam War veterans returning from the front lines. It was a divisive time in our nation’s history and, sadly, veterans often felt the wrath of ...

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Will the Supreme Court protect this 40-foot veteran’s cross?

The Supreme Court seemed poised Wednesday to protect a 40-foot memorial cross on public land in Bladensburg, Maryland, from a lawsuit that argues it violates the Constitution. Though the bottom-line outcome was ...

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Full transcript of the often funny eulogy given by George W Bush

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The eulogy was filled with humor, emotion and personal observations about his family. If you were not able to watch the funeral of former President George H. W. Bush, here is the ...

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Bible saved WWI soldier in more ways than one

A Bible marked with bullet holes from a German machine gun saved the life of a British World War I soldier, his daughter has explained. The Bible belonged to Private Leslie Friston, ...

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Memorial to Jewish victims brings communities together but includes politics

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The Jewish community was joined by a contingent of Christians Monday night at a memorial service for the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue attack. The vigil, held at Kihilath Israel Synagogue in ...

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Remarks of President Trump on anniversary of 9-11

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Remarks of President Trump on the anniversary of 9-11 given at the Pennsylvania crash sight of Flight 93. In our continuing effort to offer you unfiltered news and information, please see the ...

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Bob Dole’s final mission: Greet each WWII vet who visits memorial he helped build

After a lifetime of serving his country, Bob Dole, a former U.S. senator and presidential candidate, has a final mission: continue to serve his country. At 94, his service looks a little ...

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