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Latest Andrew Jackson Items
Mary Harriet Moore scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help the Bishop England girls beat Andrew Jackson 59-26 on Saturday for the Class 2A state championship.
U.S. Sen. Bob Corker will be the keynote speaker at a celebration of President Andrew Jackson's 247th birthday.
Restoration work at The Hermitage in Nashville is on track to be completed in time for former President Andrew Jackson's 246th birthday on March 15.
Historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham is being hosted by Lipscomb University Thursday for the school's conversational series Now that You Ask.
Persistent researchers at Wall Street 24/7 girded their loins and tallied up the assets of all American presidents past and present to assemble a list of the Top 10 wealthiest occupants of the Oval Office — based on land holdings; inheritance; income before, during and after; plus adjustments for money values then and now, among many factors. Some presidents went broke, some never had any money, some made lots of it.
A group of Freemasons is trying to restore a Masonic Temple in Franklin that they say was the first three-story building constructed in Tennessee.
Commentator Charles Krauthammer produced a wickedly provocative piece recently given the headline "Stop the bailout — now.'' He was talking about the looming bailout for the big insurance companies that are looking more and more like saps in their support of President Obama's health care law.
Gravitas and serious-minded strategies at the White House appear to be giving way to entertainment as the State of the Union approaches. Though the American public is eager for straight answers on many topics, behind-the-scenes creative folk on President Obama's staff have crafted jaunty promotions for the annual primetime speech on Tuesday night.
South Carolina's only federally recognized tribe argued before the state's Supreme Court Wednesday that current law allows them to have a reservation casino - even though video gambling is banned elsewhere within the state's borders.