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JFK: Facts and How His Death Impacted a Nation

JFK: Facts and How His Death Impacted a Nation

JFK, the commonly known nickname for President John F. Kennedy, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on Nov. 22, 1963, which is a day that has continued to resonant in American history as the 51st anniversary of the slaying of one of the nation’s most beloved leaders is recognized. The day is acknowledged not only for the […]

Bear Attack Foiled by Daisy the Dachshund

Bear Attack Foiled by Daisy the Dachshund

A Eustis, Florida woman and her 6-year-old son who had a bear enter their yard and come at them in their garage saw the potential attack foiled by an unlikely rescuer, their dachshund Daisy. The diminutive protector heard the woman, Krystal Long, scream as she saw the bear approaching and leapt immediately to her defense. […]

Police Say New Jersey Mother Who Shot Her Three Children Has Died

Police Say New Jersey Mother Who Shot Her Three Children Has Died

New Jersey State Police have announced the death of the New Jersey mother who is alleged to have shot her three children. Jeaninne LePage, 44, of Tabernacle, died on Sunday morning after a failed murder-suicide attempt on Thursday. According to investigators, on Thursday morning, inside of her brother’s Holly Park Drive home, LePage shot all three […]

Police Say Child Porn Suspect, 17, Enrolled in Sixth Grade to Find Victims

Police Say Child Porn Suspect, 17, Enrolled in Sixth Grade to Find Victims

Police in the Texas town of Hurst have taken two men into custody for possessing child pornography. An affidavit filed in the case indicates that one of the men arrested is a 17-year-old who, pretending to be a sixth grader, enrolled at Hurst Hills Elementary School in order to find possible victims. After receiving a tip from […]

Jamestown Settlement Prepares Colonial Thanksgiving Feast

Jamestown Settlement Prepares Colonial Thanksgiving Feast

Beginning on Thanksgiving Day, the Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center in Virginia will demonstrate food preparation in colonial times, from everyday fare to a Thanksgiving feast. Foods & Feasts of Colonial Virginia is a three-day museum program, Nov. 27-29, 2014, designed to show what the early colonists had to do to get a meal […]

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