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Why They Want to Move: "I was medically discharged from the Navy last year, and now work as a communications coordinator in the health care industry. I live with my boyfriend, Edward, who is also retired from the Navy and seeking work as a corporate or university recruiter. Comment?
American Express Travel recently released its list of the top 10 most popular cities to visit this summer in the United States. To make this list, the travel company looked at the top destinations that its customers have booked trips to this year and compared the results to last year's findings. Comment?
It will be 150 years since President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C. on April 14, 1865. Lincoln was attending the play "Our American Cousin" in a much-needed attempt to calm his nerves after the stresses of the Civil War. Comment?
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring speaks at a press conference following the state's decision to overturn its gay marriage ban after the Bostic v Rainey court case on February 14, 2014 in Richmond, Virginia. A lawsuit to keep the imploding Sweet Briar College open may have been dealt a massive blow, days before a judge is set to hear the case. Comment?
After more than four years of exceedingly brutal warfare, Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union troops 150 years ago today. After retreating from the Confederate capital of Richmond, Virginia on April 2nd, 1865, Lee cut west in an attempt to join with the North Carolina Confederate. Comment?
The report said that Lumber Liquidators is selling laminate flooring made in China with levels of formaldehyde higher than currently allowed under California law. Formaldehyde is a known carcinogen that "60 Minutes" says can cause myeloid leukemia and nasopharyngeal cancer at high levels, and respiratory issues as well as eye nose and throat irritation at low levels. Comment?
Satellite Tracking Station circa 1950's has a model of the Earth and a Morse code key. The toy is part of the Treasure Island Museum Collection which is part of the Navy"s historical collection. Comment?
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