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Topic - Abraham Lincoln
When fighting war, especially against terrorists, one should listen to Shakespeare, Lincoln and Truman, and not the American Civil Liberties Union.
Knowing my children learn more from my example than from anything I say, I’ve been moved to serious reflection about what I’m teaching them about the Internet. The Internet is both amazing and terrible. It is both an equalizer and a tranquiliz
Hillary Clinton's book launch is off to a shaky start after she sparked a Twitter firestorm on Monday suggesting that she and former President Bill Clinton were "dead broke" when they left the White House in 2000.
President Obama said Tuesday he had an obligation to secure the release of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, regardless of the circumstances surrounding Sgt. Bergdahl's capture by the Taliban five years ago and despite claims he's a "deserter" who walked away from his unit.
This Week in The Civil War, for week of Sunday, July 20: Fighting near Atlanta.
A historic central Illinois home that was once an inn for circuit-riding lawyers such as Abraham Lincoln was gutted by a weekend fire.
A group of middle school students has given the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum a 150-year-old book that may change a perceived fact about the nation's 16th president.
Duke University's longtime basketball coach has received Illinois' highest state honor.
How often do you gripe about high taxes, stupid laws and bad politicians? It is incredibly easy to become discouraged about the direction our country is heading. When you are discouraged, it's even easier to start blaming and complaining.
An Illinois House committee backed a $100 million plan Wednesday to lure Barack Obama's presidential library to his home state, despite objections from Republicans who welcome the attraction but want no part of taxpayer financing.
A railroad depot in Springfield where Abraham Lincoln gave a speech before heading to Washington, D.C., for his first inauguration has failed to make it on the National Register of Historic Places for decades. But a new effort is trying to change that.
Digital reproductions of documents related to Abraham Lincoln's funeral are being given to a group planning a re-enactment for next year's 150th anniversary of the president's funeral.
Illinois' Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site is planning a presentation about poetry in Abraham Lincoln's life.
The world's largest covered wagon has been fixed after workers spent a month repairing wind damage from a winter storm.
Abraham Lincoln, but noted that the Obamas enjoy a night at the show.
The voters yearn for a leader Mr. Rove once promised — someone to restore our faith in government, to, as Abraham Lincoln once said, "bind up the nation's wounds" and bring us back together.