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Obama Remembers Fallen Heroes on Memorial Day
The president laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Mainland EU Wants Britain to Stay _ but Not at Any Cost
Next week's referendum whether Britain should stay in the European Union is followed with bated breath on the continent too
President Obama Calls for True Remembrance of Nation's Fallen Through Actions
President Obama today honored the nation’s fallen service members by calling for true remembrance of their sacrifices – through actions and deeds – in a Memorial Day address at Arlington Cemetery. “The Americans who rest here and their families, the best of us, those from whom we asked everything
Honoring the Fallen: Soldiers Adorn Cemetery with American Flags in Time-Honored Tradition
More than 1,000 soldiers walked the rows of Arlington National Cemetery Thursday with a special task: honor each grave marker with an American flag. The tradition, called Flags In, has taken place before Memorial Day weekend for more than 60 years. The soldiers of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment,
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: President Reagan Holds Funeral for Unknown Soldier of Vietnam War
May 28, 1984: President Reagan honors Vietnam War soldier at Arlington National Cemetery.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Seen But Not Noticed: Arlington National Cemetery's 'Old Guard'
May 29, 2006: A closer look at "The Old Guard" of Arlington National Cemetery.
At Tomb of the Unknowns , Sentinels Brave the Snow
At the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers in Arlington National Cemetery, the Old Guard honors the fallen even in harsh winds and snow.
5 Stories You May Have Missed This Weekend
1. Trump Calls Out Protester Wearing a Turban: 'He Wasn't Wearing One of Those Hats, Was He?' A protester wearing a turban interrupted Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a rare Sunday appearance and the GOP front-runner called out the man as he was escorted away by security.
Images From the Blizzard of 2016
People across the East Coast dealt with the winter weather in more ways than one.