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Oldest Living WWII Veteran Celebrates 111th Birthday

The nation’s oldest living veteran of World War II turned 111 on Saturday. Louisiana resident Lawrence Brooks, born Sept. 12, ...
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Ancient earthquake may have caused destruction of Canaanite palace at Tel Kabri

(George Washington University) A team of Israeli and American researchers has uncovered new evidence that an earthquake may have caused ...
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To recreate ancient recipes, check out the vestiges of clay pots

UC Berkeley archaeologists have discovered that unglazed ceramic cookware can retain the residue of not just the last supper cooked, ...
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Soccer Is More Than Just a Game in This World War II Film

Allied POWs use an unlikely weapon to defy the Nazis in John Huston's "Victory." ...
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In Remembrance of 9/11

The 19th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks are being altered owing to coronavirus concerns. The September 11 memorial ...
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Sgt. Reckless: The Four Legged Hero of the Korean War

“Horses are flight animals, but Reckless ran toward the danger because she knew the guys needed her,” wrote Robin Hutton, ...
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Tel Aviv University study confirms widespread literacy in biblical-period kingdom of Judah

(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) Researchers at Tel Aviv University (TAU) have analyzed 18 ancient texts dating back to ...
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Coming up for air: Extinct sea scorpions could breathe out of water, fossil detective unveils

(West Virginia University) Through computed tomography (CT) imaging, West Virginia University geologist James Lamsdell led a team that found evidence ...
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Helicopters of the Vietnam War

Images of 11 helicopters that played a vital role in the Vietnam War ...
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Arlington National Cemetery Announces Limited Reopening for Public

Arlington National Cemetery is reopening in a limited capacity to the public, after being largely shuttered due to the COVID-19 pandemic ...
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