Canada PM Trudeau visits Juno Beach, site of D -Day landings
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has visited Juno Beach in Normandy, one of Canada's most important World War II sites
Canada commemorates centenary of pivotal Vimy WWI battle
More than 20,000 people, most of them Canadians, attended a solemn ceremony Sunday to commemorate a World War I battle in northern France that remains indelibly etched on Canada's national identity 100 years after it happened
'Enthusiasm Unknown to Mankind' shows Harbaugh, Michigan in different light
No one outside of Jim Harbaugh's family and coaching staff had more face time with the Michigan head coach during his first year on the job than Pulitzer-winning photographer David Turnley. Turnley's nearly four decades as a professional photographer have sent him all over the world. He has heard
92-Year-Old World War II Veteran Attempting to Run Across America
A 92-year-old World War II Navy veteran who wants to be the oldest man to run across America is nearing the finish line after more than two years and 1,900 miles of running. The former sailor, Ernest Andrus, is currently in Opelousas, Louisiana, on the last leg of his cross-country run that started
‘Negro’ D -Day Hero Overlooked for Medal of Honor, Lawmaker Says
The faded, type-written piece of paper was buried in a box of 70-year-old documents at a presidential archive, but after it was recently unearthed, the fragile paper shined a spotlight on what a history detective called an injustice that lingers on from the Second World War – that of some black
Prince William Makes First Ever Visit to Washington
Prince William has made his first ever visit to the Oval Office. President Obama and the Duke of Cambridge met this morning to discuss the illegal wildlife trade, a cause William is promoting on his brief trip to the U.S., and which will be the subject of his address to the World Bank later in the
Hillary Talks Benghazi, Health, Wealth And 2016
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES HILLARY DEFENDS HIGH-DOLLAR SPEAKING FEES: Hillary Clinton defended the millions of dollars she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, have earned giving paid speeches since leaving public office in an exclusive interview with ABC’s DIANE ...
British WWII Veteran Returns Home After Sneaking Off to D -Day Remembrance
British World War II veteran Bernard Jordan returned to his nursing home to applause on Saturday after sneaking away unannounced to attend the D-Day commemorations in Normandy, France . After he didn’t return from a walk on Thursday, Jordan’s disappearance was reported to the police by the home,
Your Family D -Day Stories: You Told Us About Bravery of Your Loved Ones: Our Persons of the Week
Family members honor the bravery, determination and sacrifice of the men who stormed Normandy 70 years ago.
D -Day Remembered: President Obama Honors the Heroes of Normandy
70 years later soldiers now in their 90s return and recall that bloody day.