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What is the foremost legacy of President George H.W. Bush?

WASHINGTON – During President George H.W. Bush’s four years in office (1989-93), the geopolitical structure of the world changed dramatically. Eastern bloc nations gained independence, the Berlin Wall came down, the Soviet Union collapsed and the U.S. led an international coalition […]

What is the foremost legacy of President George H.W. Bush?

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WASHINGTON – During President George H.W. Bush’s four years in office (1989-93), the geopolitical structure of the world changed dramatically. Eastern bloc nations gained independence, the Berlin Wall came down, the Soviet Union collapsed and the U.S. led an international coalition […]

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Columbia ranked safest city in America

With fears of falling victim to cybercrime, identity theft and home burglaries topping the list of crime worries among Americans, according to the most recent Gallup polls, the personal-finance

Congressional leaders pay tribute to former President George H.W. Bush

WASHINGTON – Congressional leaders Saturday morning paid tribute to former President George H.W. Bush. “George H.W. Bush was a man for all seasons. He was great in his impact, making the

During Mississippi Senate debate, Hyde-Smith tries to quell outrage over ‘public hanging’ comments

WASHINGTON — During the Mississippi Senate debate on Tuesday night, Republican incumbent Cindy Hyde-Smith tried to quell outrage over comments she made this month that many consider racially insensitive. “For anyone that

Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott says Republican incumbent will win the Mississippi Senate race

WASHINGTON —  Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-Miss.) predicted that Republican incumbent Cindy Hyde-Smith will win the Mississippi Senate race. “I think that Cindy Hyde-Smith, our sitting senator, will get

Armistice Day Nov. 11, 2018 at Baltimore National Cemetery (Anthony C. Hayes)

Hope For Peace caps ecumenical Armistice Day service at Washington National Cathedral

Washington, D.C.: One hundred years ago, on November 11, 1918, the horrific guns of August were finally silenced at precisely 11:00 AM Paris time with the implementation of a

Armistice Day memorial wreaths from all 50 states, the territores and D.C. at Pershing Park as part of the commemoration of the World War I Centennial

Wreath laying ceremony opens weekend of events honoring WWI veterans, Armistice Day

Wreaths representing the United States and its territories were placed near the General John J. Pershing statue in Pershing Park in Washington, D.C. as part of the Centennial Commemoration

Midterms see near-record number of women and minorities elected to office

WASHINGTON – Tuesday’s midterm elections saw a near-record number of women and minorities elected to state and federal offices. Below is a snapshot of some of those races: Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.)

Stacey Abrams refuses to concede to Brian Kemp in bitter Georgia governor’s race

In a tweet Tuesday night, Democrat Stacey Abrams urged her supporters to "STAY IN LINE until your vote is cast." Three polls stayed open late after some voting machines

Yes, the midterms are a referendum on Trump, political analyst says

MARTINSBURG, W.V. — President Donald Trump’s contention that today’s midterm elections are a referendum on his first two years in office is accurate, one Mountain State political analyst told TMN. “I think

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