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Members of the Legislature's transportation study committee submitted their recommendations to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles Tuesday afternoon.
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This week in 1862, President Abraham Lincoln shared with his Cabinet a draft of what became the Emancipation Proclamation, which declared that 3 million slaves would "thenceforward, and forever, be free."
11 hrs ago | Washington Times
South Bend's historic Lincoln carriage will roll out of town next year to spend two months on display at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. The vehicle, which is on permanent display at Studebaker National Museum, is the carriage that President Abraham Lincoln and his wife rode to Ford's Theatre on ... (more)
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In this week's Republican Address, Rep. Steve Scalise, R-Louisiana, discussed the importance of bipartisan jobs bills, blaming Congressional Democrats for blocking "bill after bill."
By the time the next film from Steven Spielberg hits theaters, it will have been nearly three years since Lincoln hit theaters.
Abraham Lincoln's visit to Exeter in 1860 was an important chapter in the town's history and is now commemorated on a marker in front of the old Town Hall.
With six books and countless appearances to her name, Doris Kearns Goodwin is usually not at a loss for words.
In our politics today we often turn our disagreement into Manichean struggles, as if one side has all the arguments in its favor while the other has none.
Baltimore is featured tomorrow night on Comedy Central's "Drunk History" with Lutherville native Derek Waters and company re-enacting stories from the lives of Edgar Allan Poe, Francis Scott Key and Abraham Lincoln.
"I consider it a tragedy that the party of Abraham Lincoln let go of its historic ties to the African American community," Bush said.
As re-enactors of from the Army of the Shenandoah marched in formation across a shade-dappled Mentor field, a man dressed as Major General James A. Garfield bristled.
Jump in the car and head east on Route 20 this weekend -- and don't stop until you see a statue of Abraham Lincoln and little Grace Bedell, which is located in the heart of Westfield, N.Y. Taking the scenic route to Westfield is incredibly relaxing, and it will make it easier to stop at a winery or distillery on the way.
In a column, titled, "Why they won't let us talk to the illegal kids," talk radio pioneer Barry Farber suggested that, "the reason we in media are not allowed to talk to the children is that the conversation in every honest interview will get around to, 'What made you all risk so much to get here?' The answer will be, 'Oh! Mama and Papa heard it ... (more)
Carl Sandburg's poetry impressed me when I was a student at Johnson County High School.
An unknown photographer caught Al Stone, portraying General Robert E. Lee, with a tear in his eye.
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