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Beijing's creeping aggression signals a challenge to U.S. presence in the Asian Pacific
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Topic - Blue Bell
I am deeply saddened by Sunday's tragic events at the Sikh temple in Wisconsin ("Police: 7 dead, including suspect, at Sikh temple," Web, Sunday). The temple is a place of worship with the purpose to develop people into better human beings.
Dear Sgt Shaft: As we approach Memorial Day, please remind your readers of the VetSignia group, a small group of retired veterans who make 36 special metalized film window stickers and magnetic vehicle plaques that provide a neat, attractive way for all U.S. veterans to show their service.
Hilary Waller remembers begging her mother to let her fast on Yom Kippur. At 10 years old, she was a bit too young, but embracing the rigid discipline seemed desperately important.
Hilary Waller remembers begging her mother to let her fast on Yom Kippur. At 10 years old she was a bit too young, but embracing the rigid discipline seemed desperately important.