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Nov 21 2023
Amid a potentially nation-annihilating war that threatened to tear America to shreds, President Abraham Lincoln faced a truly excruciating catastrophe. And while he could have buckled under the seemingly insuperable weight of uncertainty or allowed the fiery coals of rage to consume him, America’s 16th president chose another path: thanksgiving.
Just months after the July 1863 BattleWashington Times
Oct 21 2012
Aug 05 2022
Abraham Lincoln endured a steady stream of failure and defeat before becoming President of the United States.
The unsourced “Abraham Lincoln Didn’t Quit” list reproduced below is a ubiquitous piece of American historical glurge that has been printed in countless magazines and newspaper columns over the decades, including an appearance in a 1967 Reader’sSnopes
Oct 10 2023
THE RECENT EXPLOSION of violence in and around the Gaza Strip, triggered by a Hamas assault that killed hundreds of Israelis, including scores of civilians, has drawn the U.S. back into a region from which the Biden administration has spent years trying to pivot away from. The U.S. has reportedly begun to move naval assets into the Mediterranean to provide support for Israel’s militaryThe Intercept
Nov 05 2023
LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - The Lincoln Police Department is investigating a deadly motorcycle crash that happened in southeast Lincoln Saturday night. LPD said officers were called to the area of S. 82nd and ‘A’ Streets for a two-motorcycle crash at 5:14 p.m. Investigators said each of the male riders were thrown from their motorcycles during the crash. When officers arrived they found bothKOLN
Apr 19 2022
An article from American Web Media claims that a San Francisco school district is removing Abraham Lincoln’s name from a high school because “black lives did not matter to him.” American Web Media is a website with a history of misrepresentingnews and publishing articles that are now outdated.
This piece is no different: The AWM article provides quotes from a San Francisco debate overThe Dispatch Fact Check
Nov 21 2023
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Lincoln Fire & Rescue responded to a crash in southeast Lincoln on Tuesday.
The crash happened just before 5:20 p.m. at the intersection of 56th Street and Union Hill Road.
At least two vehicles were involved, according to a Channel 8 reporter at the scene.
There were two ambulances and two firetrucks on the scene.
This is a developingABC 8 KLKN
Nov 21 2023
The Lincoln Police Department on Tuesday identified the victim from Monday's fatal crash in south Lincoln as a 32-year-old Lincoln man. Ryley Costello, who was driving a sedan, was one of two people involved in the crash that happened at about 2 p.m. near South 20th Street and Nebraska Parkway. The other driver, a 38-year-old Crete man, was in a pickup truck and was treated at the hospital forLincoln Journal Star
Nov 07 2023
This is a developing story. Check back for updates. Iowa City voters chose three incumbents and one new candidate with similar goals to fill the four vacant spots on the Iowa City Community School District school board Tuesday. Molly Abraham garnered 12,468 votes, Mitchell Lingo garnered 11,154 votes, Charlie Eastham took 11,137 votes, and Lisa Williams took 12,135 votes, according toThe Daily Iowan
Jun 30 2022
A bust of President Abraham Lincoln and a plaque of the Gettysburg Address have been removed from a Cornell University library.
“Someone complained, and it was gone,” Cornell biology professor Randy Wayne told the College Fix of the matter.
The bust of Lincoln and the bronzed plaque of the president’s historic 1863 address had been in the Kroch Library, where the university’sNew York Post (News)