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Former North Dakota senator disputes accuracy of poll showing Heitkamp losing by double digits

WASHINGTON – Former Democratic Sen. Byron Dorgan of North Dakota disputed the contents of a recent poll that showed incumbent Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D) trailing her Republican opponent, Rep. Kevin Cramer, by double digits. “Heidi is likely down a few points, […]

Former North Dakota senator disputes accuracy of poll showing Heitkamp losing by double digits

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WASHINGTON – Former Democratic Sen. Byron Dorgan of North Dakota disputed the contents of a recent poll that showed incumbent Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D) trailing her Republican opponent, Rep. Kevin Cramer, by double digits. “Heidi is likely down a few points, […]

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A group of decorated soldiers from the famed "Harlem Hellfighters" proudly display the French Croix de guerre. Questions have long been raised as to why minority servicemen were denied the Medal of Honor. (Public Domain)

World War I Medal of Honor review urged for minority servicemen

A group of decorated soldiers from the famed 369th "Harlem Hellfighters" proudly display the French Croix de guerre. Questions have long been raised as to why minority servicemen of

Actor David Shuey appeared as General Pershing at the Great Gatsby Presidential Inaugural Ball. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Dave Shuey was unforgettable as ‘General Pershing’

Living history actor David Shuey appeared as General Pershing at the Great Gatsby Presidential Inaugural Ball. (Anthony C. Hayes) To meet David Shuey for the first time, I had to

Senate confirms Kavanaugh

WASHINGTON – The Senate late-Saturday afternoon confirmed Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court. The nomination was approved 50-48. Alaska GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski voted “present” so that Sen.

Crew members in early 17th century garb secure the main sail on the historic ship Godspeed. Godspeed is in Baltimore for the 2018 edition of Maryland Fleet Week. (Michael Jordan / BPE)

Godspeed pays visit to Baltimore for 2018 Maryland Fleet Week

BALTIMORE: An ocean-born education was probably the last thing on the minds of the colonists who boarded three small boats bound from England to the New World in December

Senate Judiciary Committee approves Kavanaugh

WASHINGTON – The Senate Judiciary Committee on Friday afternoon approved the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. The committee voted 11-10 to send the nomination to the floor. All Republicans voted

Kavanaugh to Senate panel: ‘This confirmation process has become a national disgrace’

WASHINGTON – Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh told a Senate panel Thursday that allegations of sexual misconduct leveled against him over the past three weeks have made a

Kavanaugh accuser tells Senate panel she is ‘100 percent’ sure he was the man who assaulted her

WASHINGTON – California psychology professor Christine Blasey Ford told a Senate panel Thursday that she is “one hundred percent” sure that Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her

WWI-era music on display at Camp Doughboy. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Camp Doughboy brings World War I history alive on Governors Island

Sheet music from a bygone era at Camp Doughboy World War I Weekend on Governors Island. (Anthony C. Hayes) New York: It’s a sunny Sunday afternoon on beautiful Governors Island.

Senate approves $855 billion spending bill that funds most of the government

WASHINGTON – The Senate Tuesday afternoon approved an $855 billion spending package that funds most of the government through Sep. 30, 2019. The measure passed 93-7. The legislation is expected to be

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