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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Bill Johnson
On Sunday, the sanctuary at Freedom Biker Church was a sea of black leather and beards.
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Donna Jane Watts was on routine patrol early one morning when a Miami police car whizzed past at speeds that would eventually top 120 mph. Even with her blue lights flashing and siren blaring, it took Watts more than seven minutes to pull the speeder over.
At the Lauberhorn race on Saturday, a potential 10-strong United States team includes three men who have World Cup victories in Alpine skiing's glamor downhill discipline.
An Environmental Protection Agency push to regulate fire hydrants and require that all new ones be built without lead fell flat this week, as the Senate voted to override a House bill containing the measure.
The nation's largest public utility voted Thursday to close six coal-powered units in Alabama and replace two more in Kentucky with a new natural gas plant.
Dear Sgt. Shaft: I attended ROTC boot camp in the summer of 1958 at Corps of Engineers, Fort Belvoir, Va. I sustained tinnitus and hearing injury at the M1 rifle range. I reported that to the VA at the time and they turned down my claim because my training "... is not considered as service in the armed forces."
A novel from Poland and a collection of Japanese poetry have received prizes for best translations.
Dear Sgt Shaft: I married my veteran husband after he had retired from the service. Would I retain my military ID and privileges following his death?
Even 24,471 days later, D-Day remains a strong presence in the American mindset. Monday is the 67th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944, and will be marked by a dozen U.S. lawmakers and 40 World War II veterans who gather at Cricqueville-en-Bessin, France, to rededicate the Pointe du Hoc Ranger Monument.
The New York Giants have only one draft choice left to sign.
He noted that the $2,500 penalty per violation can add up quickly.
Bill Johnson, executive director of the National Association of Police Agencies, said law enforcement officials are concerned that lawyers are using the law to target individual officers who access the information.