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Latest Flag Day Items
The Democratic National Committee sent a breezy Twitter message to followers, wishing them well on the recent Flag Day, but the flag pictured in the accompanying photograph was the wrong one.
The nearly 200-year-old, majestic 30-by-34-foot Star-Spangled Banner is on display in the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., and what better day than Saturday — Flag Day — to visit what is arguably the country's most famous flag?
Each year, Flag Day takes place on June 14, the day in 1777 when the Continental Congress officially issued the U.S. flag.
On Labor Day weekend 2003, the scene along Santa Rosa and Escambia beaches was one of pandemonium.
It was inevitable. There's talk that Rep. Anthony D. Weiner's constantly mutating photo scandal could provide ample fodder for a big fat Hollywood movie.