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Attack on Pearl Harbor (1941)

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  • Monday, Dec. 7: A Pearl Harbor day round-up

     
    Pearl Harbor mini-submarine mystery solved? Researchers think they have found the remains of a Japanese mini-submarine that probably fired on U.S. battleships on Dec. 7, 1941 (Los Angeles Times) Worst anti-health care ad so far: Being a racist means never...
  • Pearl Harbor Day: Infamy and war

     
    by Mark Silva This is "a date which will live in infamy,'' as President Franklin Roosevelt told the Congress the day after Japan unleashed a devastating surprise attack on American naval and air forces at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec.......
  • How Pearl Harbor changed the U.S. 68 years ago today and what the president told a shocked nation

     
    Historic videos recall the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 68 years ago this morning and the president's rousing war speech the next day....
  • Ticket Replay: How low will he go? Obama's wow bow to Japan's Emperor Akihito

     
    As the holiday season arrives, our thoughts on The Ticket turn to working not quite so hard for a few days. So we are re-publishing some of our favorite or most-read items from 2009. This item originally appeared on Nov.......
  • Air Force Senior Airman Nicholas Eischen, 24, Clovis

    They were up in the high country, floating across the lake in a houseboat. Nicholas Eischen wanted to know what his family thought he should do with his life. He had worked at a pool service and at a few other short-term jobs. "All of them were things...
  • New Pearl Harbor museum scheduled for 2010

    A $33 million contract has been awarded for the construction of a new visitors center at the USS Arizona Memorial, which is getting nearly twice as many tourists as its facilities were designed to handle. The Navy on Wednesday announced that Watts...
  • Paul V. Coates – Confidential File, Feb. 1, 1960

     
    New-Found Evidence Favors Tokyo Rose Two months ago, On the 18th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, I printed what I thought was the first interview by a newsman with a woman known to the world as Tokyo Rose. Her real name was Iva Toguri D'Aquino. A graduate of...
  • At Manzanar, fishing was the great escape

    At Manzanar, fishing was the great escape
    Sets Tomita pauses at Manzanar's southwest boundary and scans the high desert wistfully. It's his first visit to this precise location since the World War II- era detention facility for Japanese Americans closed in 1945. The guard tower is gone, but...
  • 'The Pacific's' Tom Hanks: The right wing's new boogeyman

     
    Poor Tom Hanks. He was purring along, sounding like a younger version of Hal Holbrook in Douglas Brinkley's positively reverent Time magazine cover story--the one where Brinkley calls Hanks "American history's highest-profile professor"--until the...
  • Art review: Oakland Museum of California

     
    OAKLAND --When the Oakland Museum of California unveiled its sprawling and distinctive new building for art, history and natural sciences 41 years ago -- a terraced, walled-garden structure that became an instant national landmark -- a review in The...
  • Wednesday’s TV Highlights: 'Criminal Minds' on CBS

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 16 - 22 in PDF format This week's TV Movies FAMILY MAN: The team hunts a serial killer (Tim Curry) in Los Angeles who targets families in the season......
  • An altered line of succession to President Obama: A new No. 3

     
    Another Hawaiian, Daniel Inouye, now enters the line of presidential succession....