Monday Jul 28
10 things you never knew about the FBI
The Federal Bureau of Investigation turns 106 this July. In honor of the anniversary of this American institution, whose mission statement is to "help protect you, your children, your communities, and your businesses from the most dangerous threats facing our nation," we have compiled a list of ten little-known facts about the FBI.
Jewish Schindler rescues Iranian Christians, Syrians and Iraqis
The Canadian-Jewish philanthropist Yank Barry, dubbed the Jewish Schindler, moved closer to his goal of rescuing 1,200 refugees from the war-torn Middle East, the same number of Jews that Oskar Schindler saved during the Holocaust.
Heading for a 'Cruise Night'
About 50,000 people attended Glendale's 21st annual Cruise Night, an increase of roughly 10,000 attendees.
Jack Dillard: Red River Research Station is a good investment for state's agriculture
Red River Research Station, located south of Bossier City, is a working Agricultural Experiment Station with many reasons to be.
Lone Star Ball
7/11/2014 OT: The Kingsmen
The Kingsmen's edition was the subject of an FBI investigation about the supposed but non-existent obscenity of the lyrics, an investigation that ended without prosecution.