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Michaele Salahi is ready to move on. She's sure the president is, too, because he's joked about her and her husband's infamous gatecrashing episode. And so she thinks the judicial system should be ready to move on, as well.
Almost every reader will recall the exciting voyage to the moon by Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins in 1969. Not so well known was the recovery of those astronauts and the moon rocks they brought back from the middle of the Pacific Ocean four days later.
Previously secret FBI records released Monday show there were death threats against then-Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, even five years after his failed 1980 White House bid.
A man with a bomb strapped to his chest has taken staffers in Sen. Hillary Clinton's New Hampshire campaign office hostage, a federal government official has confirmed. Mrs. Clinton was in not in the Rochester area but in Washington, D.C., when the incident occurred around 1 p.m., the official said. "Right now it is a state and local police effort," the official said. However, federal bomb experts could be called to the scene.
George Washington was one of America's greatest citizens, but today he will be bestowed with arguably his most prestigious honor: immortality via bobblehead.
A D.C. Superior Court magistrate judge found Marion Barry not guilty yesterdayof driving while under the influence of alcohol and three associated charges.
A breath test indicated that D.C. Council member Marion Barry was not intoxicated, but Secret Service officers testified yesterday that he smelled like he was and appeared to be intoxicated.