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Latest Memorial Day Items
Americans are about to fire up their barbecues for the start of the summer cookout season, and one thing has become painfully apparent: It's going to cost a lot more than it did last year to roast a burger, or just about any other barbecue favorite, on the grill.
NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street ended a week of big losses with more selling yesterday as rising oil prices again raised worries that strained consumers will cut back spending and hurt the overall economy. The Dow Jones industrials fell nearly 150 points in the final session before the three-day holiday weekend.
When the Flying Thunder crew flew out of Murrieta, Calif., last Monday, they had one mission in mind — earning respect for Vietnam-era veterans that they say is long overdue.
As Americans kick off Memorial Day weekend, Sen. John McCain today will release 400 pages of his medical records to a handpicked group of reporters who can neither walk out with the documents nor photocopy them, illustrating the campaign's sensitivity about the 71-year-old candidate's age and health.
Members of the Gold Star Wives of America, women who have lost their husbands in military service, came to the District this Memorial Day weekend to be honored on Capitol Hill and to share their message of faith and determination.
But wagering worries the game's traditionalists.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress enacted a massive farm bill today with new and bigger subsidies for farmers, plus more food stamps for the poor.
The presidential campaign of Sen. John McCain says it's purely coincidental, but three of the guests scheduled to drop by the senator's Arizona home over the Memorial Day weekend happen to be on the shortlist of vice presidential contenders.
Hours after voting to approve just the second veto override of President Bush's tenure on the massive farm bill, a colossal blunder means the House will have to have a do-over and repass the entire bill anew.