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  • 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.......
  • 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...
  • '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....
  • Don't forget Anton Refregier's murals in San Francisco

    Golden thoughts of San Francisco Regarding Chris Reynolds' "San Francisco Treasure Hunt" [March 8]. I'm surprised he didn't include the Anton Refregier murals in what used to be the Rincon Annex Post Office, now a redeveloped complex. The building is...
  • Australia (B)

    Directed by Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge!, Strictly Ballroom)   Written by Stuart Beattie, Baz Lurmann, Ronald Harwood, & Richard Flanagan (Moulin Rouge et al)   Starring: NICOLE KIDMAN (Moulin Rouge, The Hours) HUGH JACKMAN (X-Men, Kate...
  • SoCal T.V.'s 'Chucko the Birthday Clown' Dies

    Charles M. Runyon, who as Chucko the Birthday Clown was a popular Los Angeles children's TV show host in the 1950s and '60s, has died. He was 86. Runyon died Saturday of respiratory failure in an assisted-living facility in Grants Pass, Ore., said his...
  • 68th Pearl Harbor Anniversary Observance Held in Harrisburg

    68th Pearl Harbor Anniversary Observance Held in Harrisburg
    Remember the attack on Pearl Harbor? There will be a ceremony held in the East Rotunda of the State Capital. This will start at 12:55PM and last 45 minutes. Please read the full article here for more information: PennLive.com
  • Lancaster County Veterans Honored at Pearl Harbor Day Ceremony

    Lancaster County Veterans Honored at Pearl Harbor Day Ceremony
    As we approach the 68th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor, dozens gathered to honor two local veterans. The American flag flying over the Strasburg Veterans Memorial in the town's square was exchanged for a new one during an hour-long Sunday...