Florida police department invites public to homeless veteran’s funeral

A Florida police department is making sure that a homeless veteran who served during the Vietnam War and was described as “a unique soul” will be buried Friday with the honors he deserved.

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Steve Gleason, ex-New Orleans Saints safety and ALS advocate, receives Congressional Gold Medal

Former New Orleans Saints safety Steve Gleason, who become a leading advocate for people struggling with Lou Gehrig’s disease after he was diagnosed with the paralyzing illness, was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal during a ceremony Wednesday.

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Navy SEAL, doctor becomes astronaut: ‘A true privilege and honor’

Dr. Jonny Kim, son of poor South Korean immigrants who arrived in Los Angeles in the early 1980s, is the American Dream.

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Bruce Springsteen watches son’s swearing-in as Jersey City firefighter

Bruce Springsteen’s son was sworn in Tuesday as a firefighter with the Jersey City Fire Department, along with 15 others.

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Reps. Gomez & Woodall: Korean American Day – Let’s skip the politics. Congress needs to take these actions

Korean American Day is an opportunity for all of us to recognize the countless contributions the Korean American community has made to American life.

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Paul Batura: Online shopping has lots of pluses – But one big minus

I grieve the fading of the brick-and-mortar store for reasons great and small.

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Cal Thomas: 2020 is incredibly different from 1920s, but THIS remains unchanged

It can be useful and instructive to observe the turning of a decade by looking back on what life was like in America a mere 100 years ago.

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In a first, space station astronaut’s blood clot treated by doctors on Earth

Scientists have described how, for the first time, a space station astronaut’s blood clot was successfully treated by doctors more than 200 miles away on Earth.

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Army veteran recycles Christmas trees into canes

A U.S. Army veteran from Copperas Cove, Texas, is continuing to serve his country even without the uniform.

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Ohio boy, 3, all smiles after trooper finds his lost toy on turnpike

A state trooper saved the day for a 3-year-old boy whose favorite toy “booboo” flew out of his hands on the Ohio Turnpike, leaving him in tears.

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New Jersey police dog, Army vet partner accept donated patriotic doghouse

A New Jersey police dog has a new patriotic doghouse thanks to a local woodworker who built it.

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Wisconsin waitress gets $1,300 tip after valiant cancer fight alongside her sister

A group of women in Wisconsin surprised a waitress, a cancer survivor who had lost her sister to the disease in October, with a $1,300 tip for Christmas.

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Navy SEAL who survived 37 surgeries tells tale of redemption and shares how he overcame adversity

Navy SEAL Jason Redman’s motto is “Lead always and overcome all.” Those words became a way of life for the soldier turned author, after he battled back from 37 surgeries and years of recovery, to become one of America’s most inspirational figures. 

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Pictures: Christmas in FOX Square brings holiday cheer

Christmas festivities in Fox Square on 6th Avenue in New York City.

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Newt Gingrich: George Washington experienced America’s first Christmas miracle – And it changed our history

The Battle of Trenton should have been a complete failure, and likely the beginning of the end of America’s independence.

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Carnival’s newest cruise ship has a military-themed bar honoring America’s veterans, service members

Cheers to the Heroes.

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Alamo discovery: 3 bodies found beneath monks’ burial room and church

Archaeologists have discovered three burials at the historic Alamo site.

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Walter Borneman: Battle of the Bulge — waged on victory’s doorstep — proved WWII wasn’t over yet

What came to be called the Battle of the Bulge was the bloodiest single battle fought by U.S. troops during World War II.

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The Battle of the Bulge: German deception and advanced weapons couldn’t turn the tide of the war

The last major German offensive campaign on the Western Front has become known as the “Battle of the Bulge” for the thrust into the Allied lines. For the Americans, this was to be the largest and bloodiest single engagement of the Second World War, and…

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Discovery of mini weapons shows how ancient Native American children learned survival skills

The discovery of child-sized weapons at a site in Oregon is shedding new light on ancient Native American childhood.

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