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"It's like the flag is speaking to you in a sense," says a Fort McHenry park ranger. The sound doesn't change over time, making it the same flapping noise American soldiers heard in 1814 when the British navy sailed up the Patapsco River to bomb Baltimore.
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 Monday, two new cast members were added to the upcoming Star Wars movies. And they both show something about the changing face of the franchise.
Authorities said Saturday that they have wrapped up their search of the home where a missing Maple Grove girl once lived, but the investigation into Amy Pagnac's disappearance continues.
Gregg Jarrett, a weekend co-anchor on the FOX News Channel, was arrested and briefly jailed for a bar-related incident at Minneapolis-St.Paul Airport.
Sallie Pease had a choice: Be healthier or sit at home and do nothing. She chose to ride a bike.
Minneapolis police plan joint patrols with other law enforcement agencies to crack down on gun violence on the city's north side over the summer, officials said Friday.
Five people were indicted - including a former Hennepin County corrections officer and a cook at a Minneapolis high school - in what authorities are calling a conspiracy to equip gang members with guns, according to court documents unsealed Thursday.