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Stephen L. Carter, a professor of law at Yale University, is the author of "The Violence of Peace: America's Wars in the Age of Obama" and the novel "The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln."
Chelsea Handler, Jon Lovitz, Richard Lewis - if you have an ass, then there is a high probability that you will laugh it off this week if you attend any of these comedy shows.
But when it comes to local elections, Tooele County Republicans have the Lincoln Day Dinner to indicate potential front runners.
Students in all grade levels traveled into the past for this year's Heritage Day event at Trinity Christian School.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall was back in the legislature Monday after a trip to Washington last week and facing questions about his future.
This past weekend, March 9th, the comedy " Splash " turned 30 years old. For someone like me who grew up in the 80's it seems like only yesterday that Darryl Hannah seemed naked, Tom Hanks became the best friend we wished he had and we found yet another reason to worship John Candy .
This 1868 cartoon from Harper's Weekly shows Gen. Ulysses Grant and ousted Secretary of War Edwin Stanton near a cannon labeled "Congress," aimed at temporary Secretary of War Lorenzo Thomas and President Johnson.
A performance artist hosted a so-called "Cake Sit" at a Gowanus art gallery on Friday, where participants arrived with pastries in tow and promptly flattened them with their backsides.
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Hello, friends and residents of Naperville. We've turned the page on February, which is always a special month to remember those in your lives that are near and dear to you.
Test your knowledge of current sports events of the past week: Why was Bryan Holaday wearing that swimsuit? A) He wanted to impress Kate Upton.
A suburban Chicago man is building a replica of the train that transported the body of Abraham Lincoln from Washington to his final resting place in Springfield, Illinois so that another generation can experience its historic journey.
Tom Hanks recently amazed audiences in the Academy Award-nominated Captain Phillips , and it was 30 years ago that the actor's first major movie set sail.
In this photo made on Thursday, March 6, 2014, Tammy Myers, who runs the American Civil War Wax Museum for FutureStake Inc., stands beside shelves of heads of characters from the museum in Gettysburg, Pa.
A life-sized Abraham Lincoln is about to go on the auction block alongside other historical figures and scenes at the American Civil War Wax Museum in Gettysburg.