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Nov 21 2023
Americans may know the story behind Thanksgiving, but there are more historical facts about how this day became a national holiday that you may not know.
You may be excited about getting into the Christmas spirit, but Thanksgiving always comes first.
The holiday is associated with a traditional turkey dinner, paired with plenty of sides and sweet desserts, along with theFox News (Online News)
Oct 03 2023
Shortly after Florida GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz formally introduced a resolution to throw open the speakership of the House of Representatives, he returned to his seat and began to make counting gestures. That was arguably the most eloquent thing Gaetz has done in his frontal assault on House Speaker Kevin McCarthy: even after the math in Tuesday’s vote on his motion worked to Gaetz’s advantage,The Nation
Nov 13 2023
The Browns made history by beating the Ravens the way they did Nov. 12, and it could not have happened at a better time for them. The Ravens built a 31-17 lead on a touchdown pass from Lamar Jackson to Odell Beckham with 11:34 remaining. The Browns fought back with a 10-yard touchdown pass from Deshaun Watson to Elijah Moore with 8:57 to play and then, on Baltimore’s second play after theThe News-Herald
Dec 04 2023
Nov 25 2023
Kentucky extended its winning streak over Louisville in the Governor’s Cup to five games, ending any chance No. 9 Louisville had for the College Football Playoff. Star running back Ray Davis was huge for the Wildcats, gaining 76 yards and one touchdown on 14 carries, in their 38-31 victory Saturday at L&N Stadium. Davis was also big in the passing game, with four receptions for 51 yardsThe Courier-Journal
Mar 30 2023
Former President Donald Trump was indicted on Thursday night following an investigation by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office into alleged hush money payments made to former adult film star Stormy Daniels. While speaking with the Associated Press, Trump's lawyer, Joe Tacopina confirmed that the former president was indicted by a Manhattan Grand Jury, however exact charges were notNewsweek
Nov 08 2023
It was an historic night in Philadelphia Tuesday: Voters elected the city’s 100th mayor and first woman, Cherelle Parker, and voters also remade City Council to look more like Philadelphia. When Rue Landau and Nina Ahmad are sworn in come January, Landau will become the first openly LGBTQ+ member of City Council, and Ahmad will become the first South Asian member and the first immigrant inPhiladelphia Gay News
Oct 11 2023
In 1947, with Jewish immigration growing after the end of World War II and Britain’s influence in the region waning, the United Nations moved to create a Jewish state and separate Palestinian state with an international zone surrounding Jerusalem. As partition approached, violence worsened. After the Israeli state was established a year later, Arab nations tried to invade but were pushed backWall Street Journal (News)
Nov 16 2023
WILL BE TUESDAY, JANUARY 23RD. THE STATE RUNS THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, WHILE THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE HAS BEEN TRYING TO SUPPLANT NEW HAMPSHIRE STATUSES. FIRST, STATE OFFICIALS MADE CLEAR OUR STATE’S PRIMARY WILL BE THE FIRST SUCH CONTEST IN THE COUNTRY. THE PROCESS WILL VARY SLIGHTLY BASED ON HOW YOU’RE REGISTERED. IF YOU’RE REGISTERED DEMOCRAT, THERE WILL BE 21ABC 9 WMUR
Oct 10 2023
MONTPELIER, Vt. (WCAX) - The Vermont History Museum in Montpelier is back open after nearly three months of repairing from flood damage. California residents Adele Lim and Tony Camerino stopped by Montpelier this week to see the fall foliage and made a stop at the newly reopened Vermont History Museum. “We just love the vibe of this city and the museum -- it’s incredibly welcoming,” Lim said.WCAX 3